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#1 Jove

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 09:32 AM

Can anyone tell me why the underlying distortions come through in the image post after I upload the screen shot, even after I post it on a web site and it is perfectly O.K., both on the web site and in the image host upload, . . . then latter the distortions, (little graphic edits that are suppose not to show, and actually don't when it is first completed.

Again, the they appear, What takes place how can I correct this ?

Jove

PS, I have just checked back and now the image is restored and the deterioration is gone?

I might ad that this image was first produced using a TIFF Image, (File Type), then
pasted to a, "Paint program", as a Bitmap Image, before uploading to the Image Host, as a,
JPEG Image

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A reply has reached me from, PB from River of the Administration;

Hi there,

Are you uploading the image to Photobucket as a bmp file or as a jpg? I need to clarify that. Try uploading the image under the 1MB (2MB for Pro) option to see if that makes a difference as well.

Make sure that you clear your cache. Sometimes it is simply a matter of your browser holding onto a cached image when in reality, the file in your Photobucket account is the updated version.
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Posted 07 June 2007 - 02:27 PM

try www.imageshack.us and upload it the image size may be to big so messes with the image making it look bad try to make it a little smaller if its a full screen shot. once again try imageshack.us and see what you can get

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Posted 07 June 2007 - 03:52 PM

Yoa ! daffsbro !

Thanks, . .

I will look into this and hope to get back to you .

Thanks again

Jove

P.S. I modified (edit) previous post with some info.

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