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Seriously, I Mean It.

Posted by DeeVee , Jul 25 2007 · 40 views

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RESIZE YOUR PICTURES! THERE IS NO NEED FOR A 2000x2000px PICTURE!

RESIZE! GRAH!

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AMEN! I've been seeing so many outrageous-sized pictures in the BBC of late!

It's not that hard to open Paint, go to Image>Stretch/Skew, and shrink the thing. And they can rotate them, too, from the Image dropdown! IN PAINT!

*sigh*

~Tesser
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*Agrees viciously*

-Seran
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thumbs-up.gif to you, DV.

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THE BENELUX TORTOISE
Jul 25 2007 07:24 AM
I find using Microsoft Office Picture Manager better then going to have to resize it in paint seeing while you are resizing it you can do tons of more stuff that paint can't do.Paint still has some usefull stuff but nothing really springs to mind for pictures of MOCs.
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QUOTE(~KDT~ @ Jul 25 2007, 05:24 AM)
I find using Microsoft Office Picture Manager better then going to have to resize it in paint seeing while you are resizing it you can do tons of more stuff that paint can't do.Paint still has some usefull stuff but nothing really springs to mind for pictures of MOCs.

Aye, all I'm saying is that a person doesn't have to have anything special. A program that comes with -every- Windows computer has the ability to resize MOC pictures and whatnot.

It's great if you have something to do other things to the pictures with - personally, I use Photoshop 5.0 when I want to mess with pictures.

Of course, I don't know what Macs have, but I'd be surprised to find out they don't have anything for modifying pictures. In fact, I could see them coming with something better for it. Macs tend to have good, simple programs.

~Tesser
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