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my second life profile feed snapshots used to be large, now they are too small even if taken large


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I was uploading snapshots to my profile feed, then downloading them later to disc.  This worked well because the snapshot images were quite large when they reached my profile so I ended up with a large image to work with.   Now all of a sudden since the inworld camera was updated, i can no longer upload large images to my profile.... even though i am choosing large dimensions with the camera and uploading to profile.  the image uploads to profile feed, but it is only 500 x 295 pixels even if i uploaded a much larger size according to the inworld camera.   what am i missing?  can i fix this to be able to resume uploading larger images to profile feed?

 

 

5/21/16 - Yes thanks everyone for responding - yes i do know how to get large images onto disc.... i was only using the profile feed to save time, save the image to feed, then to disc, thus not having to take the picure twice if i wanted to post it to the feed.   oh well.  i suppose you are right, they probably just cut off that capability to prevent large images being put in the feed *D

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Not surprised they closed this loophole, to be fair. There's no reason my.secondlife.com should be hosting huge pics. There's probably no fix, 500x295 is all you're likely to get.

A more successful way to do this would be to download straight to disk. You can set custom image dimensions using this method, too.

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