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im back once more, but unsure about uploading things
About this creation
hello there, im back... again for the 9000th time.


I finally got my new laptop, and a new set up to take pictures! down to updates.



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.almost all my mocs have been updated.

. i dont know about uploading things yet, cuz just uploading the main pic took FOREVER, cuz of the thing you upload pics with wouldnt load (I DID HAVE THE PLUG IN IT REQUIRES!!!!!!!)

.Ventum now has a V4

.Im done with updates



Comments

 I made it 
  August 6, 2012
k, ill see what i can do!
  August 6, 2012
I know you were talking about java. If that is all you believe to be missing, get java!! I want to see what you been building recently.
 I made it 
  August 6, 2012
Quoting Gale Winthrope The set up is nice, but I think I know the problem with the uploader, besides not having the right plugin thing it wants XD most pictures you take with a camera are, file size wise anyway, huge. Lots and lots of uploaded on the internet have a set limit of file size they can handle, and if it tries to upload the humongous file, it takes forever. The thing to do is resize the photo. It is not a hard thing to do. What you want to do is open the photo in an editing software or in paint. Then hit resize, (not to be confused with crop. We aren't trying to cut out any MOCs faces lol) if it has a selection of what measurement to choose pick pixels, if it doesn't, ignore what I said. Then make the width 800 pixels. If the program doesn't automatically resize the length to proper length, you will have to do it manually. This is very simple. If you took the photo with the camera in the normal camera holding position, make the length 600 pixels. If you took it with the camera flipped on the side, make the length a little over 1000. This will shrink the file size of your photos and it will still be the same. If this does not work, you can tell me I was wrong, but so far this has worked for several people with problems with the uploader. Tell me how it goes :)
what im talking about is the thing will say java, and the loading bar wont budge at all. Trust me when i say, i have never to resize my pics, or had this problem before i got my lap top.
  August 6, 2012
The set up is nice, but I think I know the problem with the uploader, besides not having the right plugin thing it wants XD most pictures you take with a camera are, file size wise anyway, huge. Lots and lots of uploaded on the internet have a set limit of file size they can handle, and if it tries to upload the humongous file, it takes forever. The thing to do is resize the photo. It is not a hard thing to do. What you want to do is open the photo in an editing software or in paint. Then hit resize, (not to be confused with crop. We aren't trying to cut out any MOCs faces lol) if it has a selection of what measurement to choose pick pixels, if it doesn't, ignore what I said. Then make the width 800 pixels. If the program doesn't automatically resize the length to proper length, you will have to do it manually. This is very simple. If you took the photo with the camera in the normal camera holding position, make the length 600 pixels. If you took it with the camera flipped on the side, make the length a little over 1000. This will shrink the file size of your photos and it will still be the same. If this does not work, you can tell me I was wrong, but so far this has worked for several people with problems with the uploader. Tell me how it goes :)
 
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