I've tried changing these settings, but both didn't work
Please help me. Thanks.
P/S: Sorry, I'm not good at English.
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Thank you so much. I promise I will not make above mistake again. Thank you.
No problem I will attempt to find a tech or member who knows Picasa for you.
I use Picasa a lot. They have a limit to the number of pictures you can upload (without paying for the service). Once you hit the limit it still accepts files but shrinks them down quite a bit. Expect that is what he is seeing tho he claims he can upload single files and they don't get shrunk.
Yeah, I get that impression also after reading a bit about their service. I just can't find the specific rules about upload limits. This user seems to be a heavy user so it's kinda hard to believe they wouldn't know about restrictions, unless it's a recent change. This user is VERY eager to resolve the issue ; I always suspect professional use when this happens, though I can't confirm it.
I also read about being loggued into your Google+ while using the service, for optimal results. But since Google does offer better service for a price, that seems like the best avenue for this case. Just like SkyDrive limits, yuck...
Mine tells me you have to have Google Drive to use full resolution for up to 15 GB of pictures. Otherwise you are limited to a lower resolution of 2048 PX which they call tablet resolution. This is a change from earlier so it appears they are pushing you to Google Drive.
Edited by BraveVN, 29 September 2013 - 04:12 AM.
Edited by BraveVN, 16 December 2013 - 07:53 PM.
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