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Discussion in 'Site Issues' started by lorraine, Nov 1, 2007.

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  1. I am trying to load an avatar (the one of me in my candy pink bikini sprawled across the bonnet of a Lotus Elite) but it keeps saying the file is too big ~ any suggestions ?
  2. Use photo-shop or some other photto editing software to reduce the size to something that RR thinks is small enough. Eeeeesy peeeesy.
  3. Err you can send it to [email protected], and I will edit it for ya...[​IMG]
  4. Actually it is really Basil Brush dressed up as Johnny depp from The pirates movies, but thought the "candy pink bikini" may get a bigger response lol

    I still cannot upload it though (or anything else I try) ?
  5. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    You could lose weight and take the pic again :thumright:

    Seriously google pixresizer and use that to reduce the size of the pic
  6. OK Janner, will give that a try ~ thanx
  7. i have a jpeg resizer,PM me of you want me to E mail it to you/
  8. Hey Lorraine,

    I usually just email the pic to myself and when attaching it asks if I want to make my pictures smaller. You could try that.

  9. Hey janner ~ done it

    Thanx a million everyone x
  10. chieftiff

    chieftiff War Hero Moderator

    Lorraine, I can't see what's in your avatar! It's too small :dwarf:
  11. nooooooooooooooooo, noooooooooooooooooooo. don't say that ! ^_^;
  12. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

    L it needs to be a bit bigger, use pix again to take it to the max allowed, mind you I'd rather have the bikini shot
  13. I have just read through this help page so I can load an avatar and guess what? nothing is working! I have tried to re-size my photo but the site keeps telling me the pic is to big even after i have reduced it minuscule size can any one please help me,

    Many Thanks

    Scouse B
  14. Need to make sure it falls within the KB size and the pixel size

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