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    Default Barn Find 1963 R8 - RESTORATION

    Just letting you know that I have posted a bit of an update in the RESTORATION Folder.

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    I'm having hell's job trying to put the photos up, just can't get them to load!! Are there limits to what size you can post?? Even a 1.87JPG wont go !!! Frustrating.

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    Hi Phil, you'd be best using an image sharing service if you are having problems uploading to Aussiefrogs.
    Yes there are limits.

    something like https://imgbb.com/ will let you paste the image links in a post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R8philSA View Post
    Just letting you know that I have posted a bit of an update in the RESTORATION Folder.

    I'm having hell's job trying to put the photos up, just can't get them to load!! Are there limits to what size you can post?? Even a 1.87JPG wont go !!! Frustrating.
    Cheers Phil.
    Hi Phil
    Be interested to see the pics. I will tell you what I do to post pics. Not very scientific or advanced tech, is me There certainly is a low limit on the size AF will take !!
    Get your pictures in your editing program, I just have Windows standard supplied in the computer. Go to the top and it has a resize option, Click your pic and press resize, just select the smallest option. This reduces the number of bits and bites it uses. It will save the pic as it goes. Rename it or just note the name it was given.
    Then use that picture(s) to upload. If I can do it then you surely can too
    Jaahn

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    Image sharing service Photobucket lets you put any size picture into A/F.

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    Thanks everybody, I'll see how I go. Might be a day or so, just busy at the moment.

    Thanks again to all.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaahn View Post
    Hi Phil
    Be interested to see the pics. I will tell you what I do to post pics. Not very scientific or advanced tech, is me There certainly is a low limit on the size AF will take !!
    Get your pictures in your editing program, I just have Windows standard supplied in the computer. Go to the top and it has a resize option, Click your pic and press resize, just select the smallest option. This reduces the number of bits and bites it uses. It will save the pic as it goes. Rename it or just note the name it was given.
    Then use that picture(s) to upload. If I can do it then you surely can too
    Jaahn

    Thanks Jaahn
    OK, I'll give it a try. Here goes:

    Barn Find 1963 R8 - RESTORATION-dscn1224-small.jpg

    Yeh baby, it works for me. Very basic but easy.
    Thanks again
    Phil
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