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On photobucket, go to picture, on the right side will be different formats. click on img it will be copied then past to blazer forum
 
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Alright, where do I paste it in my "garage"?
 
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If your uploads are failing, it is quite possible that the image file size is to blame. You should try resizing your photos before uploading them to reduce their file size. A few options have been posted in this thread to perform that task.
 
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so is there a solution to make our avatars have motion?
 
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Originally Posted by george154302 View Post
so is there a solution to make our avatars have motion?
The fact that animated gifs are not allowed for avatars is not a problem in my opinion. Signatures can be turned off if they are found to be too annoying. Avatars cannot and IMO should be static.
 
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Thanks Swartlkk appreciate it
 
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I know very well indeed this is an extremely old string, however I figured I'd toss some of my tech learning up here for individuals needing a free application that can do pretty much anything photograph shop does and will take a shot at NY PC, regardless of the working framework (ie Apple OS X, Microsoft Windows, And Linux/Unix)
In the event that you don't know anything of picture altering there are gatherings devoted to help long range router
The name of the program is GIMP
simply do a google hunt and it'll bring it straight up
I've utilized it for quite a long time, I like it way better then photoshop, Ilustrator
As Paladin pointed out, getting the signal strength boosted FROM the Best wifi router for long range is only half the picture, even if you can do it. Will your wireless device(s) - phone, tablet, laptop, desktop - be able to push their own signal back TO the router? They are not passive devices; they also have RF power sources, and RF signals to push through any interfering/attenuating materials. (The return path.) Granted, the router may have more sensitive receiving and decoding circuits than the other devices, but you still have to get a signal back to it.
 

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