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Old 02-19-2007, 10:34 AM
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Image resizer

Hey everyone

I found this image resizer that comes in handy to resize my pics so they are small enough to post here. It is a windows XP program from Microsoft. After installing you just have to right click on a pic and you have a choice to resize it. You do not have to open up a program to do it. It is rally cool and works real easy.

On the web page scroll down till you see the image resizer in the blue box on the right.

Anyway I thought this might help.
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Old 02-19-2007, 11:13 AM
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That is pretty cool....

I am going to move it to the Site Suggestion-Help forum, as we get this question a lot.

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Old 02-19-2007, 01:03 PM
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Great tip Gator. I downloaded and installed it but haven't tried it out yet. It's an annoying problem to open up a major program (like photoshop) just to resize one pic. This will be VERY welcome.
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Old 02-19-2007, 08:11 PM
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Yea...I ran across it today...tried it out then knew where to post it..just not the right area...but that is what the mods are here for...Thanks guys
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Check out ImageMagick: http://imagemagick.org
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Thanks for the tip. It just simplified posting pics here and also not having to keep resetting my camera.

Here's a test shot I wanted to try, to see if it works and that I got it right.
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Hey everyone

I found this image resizer that comes in handy to resize my pics so they are small enough to post here. It is a windows XP program from Microsoft. After installing you just have to right click on a pic and you have a choice to resize it. You do not have to open up a program to do it. It is rally cool and works real easy.

On the web page scroll down till you see the image resizer in the blue box on the right.

Anyway I thought this might help.
James

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/d...powertoys.mspx
just what i needed to know,thanks
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I use PixResizer myself, you can do a whole folder at once as well.
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hold on guys,i just got my first pics on thank you for your help.i just learned to e mail two months ago this is major stuff for an old fart ive got a long way to go but i gota admit this is as much fun as building cars give me a minute to let my brain cool down still got smoke coming outa my ears not to mention my poor little finger.
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Welcome to the world of Digital Photography!!!

Don't forget you have a Photo Journal & a Photo Gallery.

When all the smoke clears & you are ready to learn some more read this.

http://www.crankshaftcoalition.com/w...res_on_a_forum

Also any time you have a Question you can always ask Google




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Old 02-26-2009, 09:24 PM
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i managed to get some in my gallie i think,ok whats a google?do you meen googles ive heard them called many things personaly i like TATAS .id be afraid to touch those they look like thier about to explode.only playin i do google searches all the time this computer stuff is fastinating though
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Here's a nice image Uh, Uglifier.
http://www.uglifier.com/index2.html

Pulled a good one on a buddy. Snapped a few Pics & uploaded to the site to uglify. Told him his face broke my camera, I've got the Pics to prove it.
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Thanks Gator 412. Now I can post some pics.
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yeah gator windows xp so ez any idiot like me can do it....once my ten year old grandson set it up that is....never knew what that left click button was for.
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