Uploading a pic for ProZ profile
Thread poster: Bertha S. Deffenbaugh

Bertha S. Deffenbaugh  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 20:22
English to Spanish
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Jan 4, 2002

I have never been able to upload a picture to my ProZ profile and I have had to ask ProZ guys to do it for me. [Browser incompatibility ?].

Days ago I succeded in deleting the picture I had in my profile and so I thought this time I would be able to upload a new one. Failed again!

I feel terribly guilty to have to ask ProZ staff to do it for me. Do you have any ideas?



Thanks!


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John Kinory
Local time: 03:22
English to Hebrew
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What format is your pic in? Jan 4, 2002

If it\'s .jpg or .gif, i don\'t think it can be your browser per se. Netscape and IE can handle these just fine.
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Timothy Takemoto
Local time: 12:22
Japanese to English
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correct file type, no spaces in file name Jan 5, 2002

1) Make sure that graphic file is a standard one, preferably ending in \".jpg\" or \".gif\"



In order to see the endings of files, the \"file extension\" that comes after the dot, you may have to change the settings of your computer. If you are using Windows there is setting in Explorer\'s \"Tools,\" \"Folder options\" \"display\" windown which tells the computer to display these endings or otherwise.



If the file is not in .jpg or gif format, open the file with \"paint\" or something and resave it, changing the format.



2) Make sure there are no spaces in the name of your file. Preferably the filename should be in just lowercase letters.









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