Discussion in 'Navigation, Security Systems, & Electrical' started by wanga, Sep 25, 2011.
My contribution for the military crowd
sorry about slacking. My gf needed to borrow my laptop
Not a problem man! It is better to teach a man to fish rather than give him a fish.
Can somebody help me out here, I can't seem to be able to upload an image to my iMID. I get file too large (on a 200kb file) and 'unable to upload image' every time
I have my usb flash drive set to FAT32 and the file is a jpeg
This is the exact file I wanted to put on there
also want to put this one on there:
is it the file??? usb drive? It shows the files, but it just goes to uploading forever then says unable to upload or image file size too big - but the file i tried was only 200kb!
from my research it says that it should work fine.
I saw there is some page with other wallpapers and they are all PNG files and a specific size - is that the problem? Can somebody help me out and resize it so it works?
Just go here and format your picture. http://imidwallpapers.com/
I'd do it for you but I'm on an iPad.
That site works like a dream!
Here's mine. Just need my flux capacitor lol. Tried the knight rider ones they never worked.
These are small, so upload quickly. I assume 'fair use' applies, but if not, let me know.
Just 3 I'm trying out. I'd like a I-VTEC Wallpaper. Any1 know if theirs one or how do I change the size of a pic so it fits perfect.
Ya, just go this site and load any photo you want.
I did and it only lets you crop a section not resize. Unless I'm missing something.
You will not have to resize. It is cropping the photos so they fit the Imid screen. You shouldn't have to resize them.
Yeah but I can't fit the whole pic in the cop box area. It won't let me shrink it to the box size.
Click and drag the little square handles at each corner of the crop box to resize it.
Windows users can resize an entire image using the built-in Paint application by right-clicking on a particular image, select OPEN WITH...PAINT, and click the RESIZE button on the toolbar inside the Paint application. Uncheck (turn off) "MAINTAIN ASPECT RATIO," choose PIXELS as the unit of measure, and set optimal size 480 x 270. Note that the image might get squished a little. Eliminating 'squish' is a matter of cropping and can be fiddly. If you have trouble, post the image here and ask for help from a Honda elf. Rgds
Thanks I'll give it a go
Can U get a sedan one maybe in blue to match the interior color.
Haven't seen a sedan one, unfortunately
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