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Old Sep 4, 2014, 7:54 PM   #11
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Yeah, I just posted a .jpg extension with the [ IMG ] URL [ IMG / ] with spaces removed.
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Old Sep 4, 2014, 8:51 PM   #12
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It is a Flickr image which is linked to with a url. This allows larger photos than you can upload to Steve's.
If you use Firefox, you can just right-click and choose 'view image info'
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Yeah, I just posted a .jpg extension with the [ IMG ] URL [ IMG / ] with spaces removed.
Thanks guys. I hope you all have big monitors. Just Kidding.
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Old Sep 4, 2014, 10:28 PM   #13
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Yeah, I just posted a .jpg extension with the [ IMG ] URL [ IMG / ] with spaces removed.
Yeah I use the share option on flickr and grab the BBCode and set it to 1024 x (whatever depending on crop) which is not the original size. I do this mostly because people's monitors are 1024 wide.

My laptop is 1366 x 768 so when the rest of Steve's site is around the image this seems to prevent scrolling for the most part.

On the other hand my nexus 10 tablet which is 25601600 (over 300 dpi) no scrolling occurs on your image.

I really need to invest in a better monitor for post, but I get a work laptop that's swapped out every two years so it's kinda pointless to spend my own money when I can just use the work laptop...
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Old Sep 5, 2014, 1:34 PM   #14
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That is a really nice landscape shot. Thanks for posting that.


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How do people do that? My attachments are restricted to 1024. The system doesn't seem to allow simply pasting an image inline. At least not that I've discovered. I think I understand imbedding a link to a photo on a service may do it but this image doesn't seem to link back to a service.

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It is a Flickr image which is linked to with a url. This allows larger photos than you can upload to Steve's.
If you use Firefox, you can just right-click and choose 'view image info'
Yes, I also post by using a link from Smugmug, there is no size restrictions that way. At Smugmug, I choose the size I want to link, then just open the picture icon here at Steve's and past the link into it. Easy as 1-2-3.
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I usually pick about the largest "medium" link or maybe a large from my flickr account. I often wonder whether people would rather see a full image, or get more details with the larger options.
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If you use Firefox, you can just right-click and select 'view image', which will show you an automatically resized image in a blank window. Clicking on the pic will give you the full size shot.
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I'm still using Picasa Web cuz that's what I started with. I'm sure there are better and I was thinking about changing when Google was pushing everyone to G+. Now that they've backed off that, I don't feel the urgency anymore.
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A very nice shot and sure to be a relaxing place to stay.
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Wow. Beautiful. What a wonderful scene.
Ditto - what Greg said!
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update from the same place on the dock:



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