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Hi all. I have downloaded a photo resizer app off the internet for android devices. It has the resize options of pixels, cms and inches. Which do I use for this site and details please? I am going to try and get my head around uploading photos to this forum via my tablet or smartphone rather than via computer. TIA and help appreciated. 

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You don't need to use anything, just at the bottom of the post your typing it says "Drag files here to attach, or choose files" I just choose a file from my laptop and it does the rest. 

example below is a 2.8mb file size on the laptop and this forum site does the rest, hope this helps.

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It's all scaled, also if you upload it and you're not happy with the size it's displaying on the forum post just double click on the picture while you're editing the post and you can resize it directly on the forum.  Easier than messing around on your phone trying to do it.

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reduced to tiny by the forum with the double click and editing the size

 

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Thanks so much guys. Prefer detecting to photography though! Once again thanks and topic can be closed now.

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