New 2016 owner

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  1. Digga493

    Digga493 New Member

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    Evening all, just picked up my 2016 today, 1st time owing a Fireblade and switched from my KTM RC8.

    looking forward to many miles of easy motoring, based in birmingham uk
     
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  2. Boothman

    Boothman Elite Member

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    Hi and welcome to the forum from a fellow 2016 owner. Post some pics :)
     
  3. Digga493

    Digga493 New Member

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    i just tried said the file size was to big, so need to reduce the size and submit
     
  4. Selmer50mark

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    Hello and welcome
     
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  6. CharlieR85

    CharlieR85 Elite Member

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    Quickest way round that is to take a screenshot of the picture and upload the screenshot.
     
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  7. bradt

    bradt Elite Member

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    Welcome
     
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    Welvome to the forum!

    Always liked the RC8, whats it like to own??

    Yep, upload a screenshot, it reduces the resolution of the pic!
     
  9. BlackDevil

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    Hi and welcome!
     
  10. BlackDevil

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    There are several free software options available for resizing pictures. Here are a few:

    1. GIMP (GNU Image Manipulation Program): GIMP is a powerful open-source image editing software that offers resizing capabilities along with a wide range of other features similar to Adobe Photoshop.

    2. IrfanView: IrfanView is a lightweight and versatile image viewer for Windows that also includes basic editing features, including resizing.

    3. Paint.NET: Paint.NET is another free image editing software for Windows that offers resizing tools along with various other editing capabilities.

    4. Pixlr X: Pixlr X is a free online photo editor that allows you to resize images directly from your web browser without the need for downloading any software.

    5. Preview (Mac): If you're using a Mac, the built-in Preview application offers basic image editing features, including resizing.

    6. Photos (Windows 10): If you're using Windows 10, the built-in Photos app also includes basic editing features, including resizing.
     
  11. bazzashadow

    bazzashadow Elite Member

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    Email them to yourself is another way
     

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