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I do not know if this has been mentioned but the format of the image also makes a big difference. PNG formats have much larger files than a jpg. Reason is PNG are for editing so things are not merged together. jpg is merged into a single layer so they are smaller. I have a recipe program that I failed to notice the default setting was PNG so every recipe took twice the memory on my computer. Once converted to jpg everything was lightning fast for loading. You can keep your original as PNG but save another copy a jpg and it will speed things up.
I hear ya.... the elusive 1/4 seam still evades me too!
Mother yourself just as you would your own children, you will be surprised how much better you feel...Debbie Marie
Resizing is very important. I have a slow wi-fi connection at home and if the pic is not resized....i dont wait for the slow download to complete. I miss a lot of great pics.
Janome 9900 / Janome 9700 / Janome Decor 3050 / Janome 1100D serger
Singer Centennial model (inherited from my late, fav aunt!)
computer illerate. I cant do it.
Any other tips on how to resize a picture? I took a full size picture of a quilt , it wouldn't upload. But the close up one did. I do not have a Mac. And I can't figure out how to resize on my camera.
What kind of camera are you using?