Resizing photos to fit the forum size limits has always caused some trouble for members who did not have image editing software. Now, OrchidTalk has a built in photo editor. This image editor can download your image from your computer or from a URL (you can even create images from scratch.) Once you have your image in the frame, you can edit its size easily.

Here is how it looks:
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Here are some step by step instructions:
1. Upload your image (any size) to the OrchidTalk Photo Editor
2. On the top left of the editor, click on the link: Image
3. A drop-down list will appear. Click on the Image Size in the drop-down menu.
4. A pop-up window will appear with with the current size of your image. Here you will need to adjust your image size to fit the forum requirements.

Here is the Attachment Key for our community:
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I recommend setting your image size to a maximum of 600 for its largest measurement. So, for example, if your image measured 890 w x 740 H, change the 890 measurement to 600 and your image will now easily fit in the forum.

For those of you who have never used an image editor like this one, I will create a video demo soon.

You can access the new OrchidTalk Photo Editor by following this link.