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Old March 23, 2014   #76
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Just look up Photo resizer on your phone at the play store, and down load it.
It is free an has a little ad banner on the bottom when you use it.
but it is fast and easy to use.
The government doesn't give a hoot about your phone and photos.

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Old March 23, 2014   #77
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This is not an emergency. .if it were an actual emergency. .my prayers to you and your friends and relatives
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Old March 23, 2014   #78
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Old March 23, 2014   #79
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Old March 23, 2014   #80
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The choices for resizing file sizes are many and I have no idea which is best.. another this is some dont work here either. . Try another size
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Old April 15, 2014   #81
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Every time I try to upload a pic it says the size is wrong. When I resize it it says Your file of 5.00 MB bytes exceeds the forum's limit of 2.86 MB for this filetype. Then when I fix that it says something about not being a valid IP address...I give up.
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Old April 15, 2014   #82
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Every time I try to upload a pic it says the size is wrong. When I resize it it says Your file of 5.00 MB bytes exceeds the forum's limit of 2.86 MB for this filetype. Then when I fix that it says something about not being a valid IP address...I give up.
5MB is absolutely massive. Can you reduce it?
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Old April 15, 2014   #83
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Every time I try to upload a pic it says the size is wrong. When I resize it it says Your file of 5.00 MB bytes exceeds the forum's limit of 2.86 MB for this filetype. Then when I fix that it says something about not being a valid IP address...I give up.
I suspect after trying to find an easy solution to the new problem you are experiencing here too , that this is some kind of interception of privacy on the part of the patriot act program. . I also read that dropbox and those file sharing apps are not safe or trustworthy third party companies/applications knowing they must be in agreement with the terms set forth in Obama's spy patriot act program which allows coordinated eaves dropping and data mining for their surveys, investigations, and God help us all.. their homemade dropbox security spy incrimination evidence. I do not like spying of any kind on any network.. it seems when agreeing to accept their terms of service even with these latest resizing apps. for file sharing storage etc. , you are agreeing to allow special privileged government organizations to collect and retain all of your private ip address online activities transactions websites banking stock symbols .. all your holdings and data records/history etc.. jmho
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Old April 15, 2014   #84
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5MB is absolutely massive. Can you reduce it?
I enjoyed the website and photos.. So when you reduce the photos on a smartphone,, i need to first use a photo resizing app from a trusted site? But there are so many and not sure which is best or for that matter how to choose the best option for pixel resizing.. it is too complicated for most folks new to camera phones and I still do not understand why it should be more difficult than it was to post photos last year here on tomatoville.. I guess there is a reason why but have yet to find out why.
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I enjoyed the website and photos.. So when you reduce the photos on a smartphone,, i need to first use a photo resizing app from a trusted site? But there are so many and not sure which is best or for that matter how to choose the best option for pixel resizing.. it is too complicated for most folks new to camera phones and I still do not understand why it should be more difficult than it was to post photos last year here on tomatoville.
Last year you weren't uploading from a smartphone.
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I guess there is a reason why but have yet to find out why.
Yes, you're uploading from a smartphone.

Also, just going to say that someone having trouble with attachments here has nothing to do with spy agencies. Seriously people need to get a grip.
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Last year you weren't uploading from a smartphone.

Yes, you're uploading from a smartphone.

Also, just going to say that someone having trouble with attachments here has nothing to do with spy agencies. Seriously people need to get a grip.
Morgan you rarely do it but you made me laugh out loud..
They can spy and look all they want as far as I'm concerned.

All they are going to find on my computer is some of Europe's----well never mind.
They have some nice federal lodgings right down the road from me.
The way my life is going right now they can have me and feed me, put a roof over my head and pay my doctor bills.
Is about time I got back my tax money.
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hahaha .. i been reading too much misinformation online,, i do apologize And I won't use the N word anymorethere is no such thing as a Nazi regime
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Old April 18, 2014   #88
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there is no such thing as a Nazi regime
There was. 60 years ago. Not sure the point of mentioning it in all of your posts recently other than coming across like a Chicken Little.
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Jeezo wheezo,I thought this was a gardening site.When did it become a government bashing forum?Stick to the subject please!Thanks Feldon I thought I might be the only one who has some qualms about the subject matter.
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Trying this. OK my file was too big!. Thank you
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