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    Just wondering . . . why is it when you're posting an attachment to a message it will accept a 640 x 480 but not a 480 x 640?
    I posted this a few days ago within another thread but didn't get an answer. I'll try in its own thread.

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    I think it is just the way the software checks the data.
    If the width is over 480 pixels it is just spit out.
    They have the same number of pixels 307200 but what would happen if someone was being a wise acre and posted a picture 1 pixel wide. It would fill your screen countless times. Ok maybe not countless but 307200 pixels long is a big screen.
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      Millwab,

      It was a pleasure meeting you during the Open House. I've increased the width to accomodate the same size image whether it be vertical or horizontal.

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