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Took 35 seconds to stop trying to load 1 MB and pop up message about 500 kb limit. Took 20ish seconds to upload a 300 kb image. However, once I inserted it, I right clicked it, got Properties, linked the Width and Height, then resized it to 1800 w and it accepted it. It seems to be staying within the confines of the post, no matter how large it looks in the Properties (If you go into Edit, you'll see what I did and what it looks like). Is there any way to get the corner resizing option back, rather than changing the size numerically? I don't know ahead of time what number is the size I want, and the image doesn't drag around easily like it used to. Are you still working on this feature?
I did this little test because members are posting really large pix that seem to run to the limit, and it's just not as good for viewing as the older ways were. (The method just before this past fix, that had the corners to pull only, was great. Also, there was a resize button to get there I think.) Thanks.
OK, Easiest way to reduce a pic for an upload is to open it in or copy and paste it to Microsoft Paint. (in the accessories) then go to resize and keep cutting down the percentage until its 600x 400 or smaller, save the pic but make sure its in JPG format.Also once your pic is uploaded you can click and reduce by pulling the corners with your curser.
If you go in and edit then click on the pic go all the way over to the right (probably click on the pick then) and push it in.
I'll nip in and edit the other pic and resize it.