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Re: Re:Unknown Rebloomer

sdkeller wrote:

> Patrick, It's very lovely, but you should try to resize your images to
> more manegable demensions befor sending them to the list. At this
> size, they take a long time to download and require scrollng to see
> the entire image.Sally Keller
> Sally,
> Good point for others as well. 300 X400 pixels or 4" X 5.5" is a good
> approximate size. Use medium to high JPEG compression as well when you
> save the file to keep the file size down. Remember, virtually all
> monitors display at 72 or 75 DPI (Dots Per Inch) so saving a picture
> at 300 DPI is a big waste of space if all youare going to do is look
> at it on the computer screen. All that does is make the picture
> giant-size on your screen.
> John

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