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Anyone else having problems uploading pictures in the Gallery? I've been trying but no luck! :(

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I just tried Joe..It's working fine for me.. :zdunno:



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I double checked it Matt, and it's a .jpg, I'm trying upload from the computer. :confused:

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I'm using FireFox, so I tried it with Internet Explorer and still get nothing! :( Must be the pictures.

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Fox here to Joe, Gallery update worked for a new pic as well .
 

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I tried loading up just any picture and still nothing, so it's not the pictures.

In the picture upload box, there's Select a Photo File: then the Browse button. Next to that No File selected. Does everyone else have this?

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The file size was too big.

The file size is 3 MB which is HUGE!

The dimensions are 4288 x 2864 pixels which is 59.5” x 39.78” in size! HUGE!

I re-sized it and upload it for Joe. Color corrected and lighting adjusted with Lightroom 4 – No charge. LOL

In the future just resize to 1024 x 684 pixels or so and it’ll upload.
 

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Thanks Ron!

When I had XP I was able to resize pictures no problem, anything you know of for Windows 7? I didn’t even think of the picture size! :eek:

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You're welcome.

You can use Paint to re-size.

Start - All programs - Accessories - paint

Once the photo is open in paint:

From the file menu in paint you can drop down the menu and select properties of the photo and the properties will tell you what the current size is.

There's a re-size tool on the tool bar.
 

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Yea, I figured there was another app out there for that but I didn't know what to recommend.

I use Lightroom or Photoshop to re-size mine.
 

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Thanks for the suggestions! :)

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Well, I did a Goggle search and found out I can resize pictures with Windows Live Photo Gallery in Windows 7. Going by Ron's suggestion, I've been resizing them Medium 1024 X 684.

I think I have a lot of work to do! :(

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