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    DefaultSerious question

    OK. So when I am at work the pictures I posted of Boudreaux and my boys are all a very nice compact size, but when I look at them on my home computer they are HUGE!

    Do my pictures show up OK for you guys or are they insanely large?

    I may need help....and not just the mental kind.

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    DefaultRe: Serious question

    Page.. Images will appear larger or smaller on different computer monitors depending on what the viewer's monitor resolution is set to. Without getting too technical.. an image that is 640 pixels wide will appear large on a monitor that has resolution set to 800x600, but will appear very small on a monitor who's resolution is set to 1680x1050 pixels..

    I typically post all my pictures at 640 pixels wide as it seems to work well for most people (not too big .. not too small)..

    Does the application you use to scale images allow you to specify a pixel width?


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    DefaultRe: Serious question

    Most of your picture seem a normal size to me. Although, the first picture you posted of Boudreaux is a little large.


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    DefaultRe: Serious question

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmine Dream


    Does the application you use to scale images allow you to specify a pixel width?

    Yes. The application I use lets me specify pixels but I never knew which ones would apprear large enough without being too large.


    Thanks for the replies guys.


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