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hark

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These are all resized to 1024 pixels on the long side. I think the forum limitations have more to do with the overall file size rather than how wide/tall an image is on the long side.

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hark

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I edited my post above, and now I see a tiny camera icon in the upper left corner of each pic. And when I click on the icon, it brings up the EXIF with my Chrome EXIF viewer. Just curious if anyone else who has the Chrome EXIF viewer can see the icon.
 

Bikerbrent

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I don't have a tiny camera icon in the upper left corner. But I am not using Chrome, I am using Firefox. Also I noticed that if I click anywhere on the picture, in the top right corner it displays 7 icons. They are Zoom, New Window, Full Screen, Start Slide Show, Down Load, Thumbnails, and Close. Hope this helps you.
 

Needa

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These are all resized to 1024 pixels on the long side. I think the forum limitations have more to do with the overall file size rather than how wide/tall an image is on the long side.
I believe this is accurate. Accidentally formatted a picture to 900 on the short side and it posted fine, too big but with no problem.
 

hark

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I don't have a tiny camera icon in the upper left corner. But I am not using Chrome, I am using Firefox. Also I noticed that if I click anywhere on the picture, in the top right corner it displays 7 icons. They are Zoom, New Window, Full Screen, Start Slide Show, Down Load, Thumbnails, and Close. Hope this helps you.
Thanks, Brent. It only seems to show up for me here in Chrome.
I believe this is accurate. Accidentally formatted a picture to 900 on the short side and it posted fine, too big but with no problem.
Thanks, Jeff. Guess I will play around with the length/width to see if I can determine the overall file size limit.
 
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