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One of the issues we had with the forums-past is the size of the forum backup being HUGE ... so behind the scenes here I have an attachment browser that lets me see images that were uploaded today, who uploaded them and how big they are. The largest is over 800KB which is nearly 1MB ... so I've decreased the FILE size of images to 512KB max.
The forums-past had a max image size of 1000 pixels in either direction. This one has options where I can set that, however, it appears that I do not need to ... the images are all fitting within the thread window and I can click on them to see them larger.
The Qilin is the physical manifestation of magic and is depicted as a hooved chimerical creature known in Chinese and other East Asian cultures. It is said to appear as a harbinger revealing the identity or the imminent arrival or passing of a sage, seer, mystic, or illustrious ruler.
It is a good omen thought to have magical wards of protection, prosperity, serenity, long life, and good luck. =)
I usually try and up load at around 1000, but find that 800 or so tends to go faster and the size is still fairly large. NO, worries! We will get it figured out. Perchance a tutorial on the subject in the future might be helpful. Hopefully, the previous tutorials would be able to be used with a few modifications.
Well, back to work for me!! Thanks, the forum is looking great keep up the excellent work and dedication! I appreciate all your efforts!!
09-25-20 What will YOU render?
We added the final batch of free and low cost items to the Render Challenge Store Category yesterday, meaning you now have access to 42 items. You have 5 days left to use 3 of them along with other items in your library to show what “We are all in this together.” means to you.