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    Posted: 01-March-2010 at 3:04PM
Glad to see other Torino enthusiasts. I drive a '72 light blue GTS. Tried to upload pictures but don't seem to know how to make them fit into parameter (max of 500kb). The images are too large, how do you adjust so they can be uploaded?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-March-2010 at 3:24PM
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Use Photobucket. Easy easy easy!!!


Edited by iangj - 01-March-2010 at 3:24PM
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01-March-2010 at 6:45PM
you can either resize them on your computer with a photo software program,I use either my Kodak program from my camara or HP Image zone from my HP printer,then you have to save the resized photos or just use photobucket and you can choose the size to upload them and host the pics from there which I use to put photos in my forum posts.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03-March-2010 at 3:21PM
Thanks for the input. I will try photobucket.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04-March-2010 at 1:33AM
Just about every photo viewing program has a resizing feature in it. Most XP computers have Microsoft Photo Editor installed on them or a similar free program. Just open a picture and either click help and search resizing or run thru the menus yourself.
When you're in there making the change, if there's an option to change measurements, switch from inches to pixels and resize to something like 4oo x 6oo. I usually make my longer dimension 500 pixels. Doesn't have to be exactly that...just in that ball park.
I think it's interesting how many people on these forums work on these old cars and either can't load pictures or don't understand how to resize them...It's just like the cars, Gotta Monkey with it a bit! LOL
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