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You should put it in the links section. In this part of the board no-one will see it in 90 days from now. Or put a link in the photo upload section ....



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As some of you may not have the right software to resize photos before uploading them to Thai360.com, I thought this site might come in handy:






It allows you to upload a photo and modify it on the fly (resizing, rotating, changing contrast ratio, etc.)





KS, haven't tried yet uploading any images, one question:


Is it a policy that images should be uploaded to the site or links for other sources are acceptable?

I mean, my own site that stores them. No junk from elsewhere, only pics I did myself.


Resized to ~150KB or less but the size should not bother you, only a link.

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