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New user and i need help uploading stuff

Show your creations, everybody can have his own thread here.

Forum rules

Usually you are allowed to create one thread for your SP-Studio pictures here. But if you have a whole collection to show you can create more than one thread. Just avoid spamming please.
Post Thu Nov 13, 2014 10:58 pm

Posts: 2
Country: Grenada (gd)
Okay so i created something for my profile pic but whenever i try uploading it always say it's too big or something. Oh and i also need help with how do i create my own galleries please :pc:
CoolSPCreator


Posts: 26
Images: 10
Country: Philippines (ph)
Have you tried saving the picture from the SWF itself? When saving them, it is downloaded as a JPG image with a size of 385x385 and yeah, your profile picture must be 120x120 in size, so you'll have to edit it in Photoshop or GIMP or any image editor available.

However, you can make galleries in a form of your thread. And be sure to read this rule...

Forum rules
Usually you are allowed to create one thread for your SP-Studio pictures here. But if you have a whole collection to show you can create more than one thread. Just avoid spamming please.

If you want a User Gallery, which is different, you must join the ongoing contests here. The winner will get his/her own User Gallery.
Don't Mess with Fourze0018SP!


Posts: 17
Images: 20
Country: United States (us)
I always upload my photos by using imgur


Posts: 335
Images: 195
Country: Spain (es)
The size of the avatar for the profiles is restricted (120x120 pix).

To get your own gallery you have to participate in the contest and get into the top-five places. There is also a choice if your work doesn't reach the top five but the Administration thinks it is worth of it.

To post your own images you can upload them in any of the websites that allows it to you (Flickr, Photobucket, Imageshack, Instagram,... etc.) and then insert the url of the image using the buttom 'Img' over the writing window of the message. Remember to reduce the size of the image (about 700-800 pixels wide) before posting because big size images can be slow to upload and been seen.
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Posts: 18
Images: 2
Country: Australia (au)
I used Photobucket on the advice of those here. It's free and simple to start up so Im happy with it.


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