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last updated by  Kirk Keyes 7 months ago
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  • #3444
    Joe.Choi
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    helpful comments on bugs or issues encountered on the beta site

    #3445
    Joe.Choi
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    I uploaded 1 picture to a gallery and I’ve already hit my max quota. I’m not able to load any pictures on my wall, it errors when it tries to create the apply it. fyi

    • This reply was modified 7 months, 1 week ago by  Joe.Choi.
    #3498
    Kirk Keyes
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    Thanks, Joe. I’ll make sure Aaron sees this!
    PS Good to see you here!

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    OsirisRA
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    ditto

    #3532
    Joe.Choi
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    thanks Kirk

    #3666
    John Harrison
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    I am having an issue with a http error when I upload certain photos. At the moment I have 4 jpgs that won’t upload

    #3667
    Joe.Choi
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    i think there is still a bug when posting images to your wall

    #3837
    Kirk Keyes
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    Hi all, I’ll take a look at the upload process. I’ve not tried it yet… I know Aaron has been tweeking it in the last couple days. Make sure your images aren’t huge. Try having a max dimensions on 1024 pixels, make them jpgs, and give them 80 to 90 quality.

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