I don't remember which one from earlier today, but it happened to Grizzly Bear's Shields (I posted like half hour ago probably).
It's entirely possible I'm just dumb and doing something wrong, but I went back and looked and it said 591x591.
I checked where you got the picture and it's from an https encrypted site. Those can sometimes screw up images or not appear at all, so it may be the site you draw from vice the board. Just my thought since I've also had that problem on the old board.
When I go to that link it shows me an image with these dimensions: 224x224
Where were you getting that image from?
Just went to Google Image search for the album cover and it was one of the first ones; it came from Pretty Much Amazing. When I put the cursor over it said 591x591 but now that you mentioned it I saw the 224x224. No biggie, I'll just have to pay more attention.
Btw thanks for looking into all this stuff from this thread so quickly. You're an animal, dude.
Am I the only person having this issue with the formatting? I can't really see the page properly
I'm pretty sure it's cuz you're on a netbook and may have small resolution. Like I said, it happens if I take Chrome and minimize it I can get a similar thing. I'm trying to figure out a solution for ya.
Post by Dave Maynar on Feb 11, 2013 16:49:03 GMT -5
@pmo125, like twitter and facebook, put an @ before their name. It gets tricky though because it has to be their account name which is not always the same as their display name. For example, yours has to be pmo125. pmo by itself doesn't work.
If you know their user account name just type it after the "@" symbol like on twitter.
If you don't, there's an easy way to do it on the Reply screen. Click this and search who you want to tag:
If you just type it, it has to be exact like Dave mentioned. But if you are using the button on the reply screen you can just search for their display name (so searching for "PMO" and clicking the name would work