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# 208481 13-Feb-2017 21:22
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Evening all.

I'm having trouble uploading photos to my gallery for the purposes of selling items on the Offers and Wanted forum.

When I select a file to upload from my photo library (iOS 10.2 on iPhone 6s Plus) the uploadfile.asp page loads but only displays the text "uploading... No files uploaded"

I'd happily include a screenshot but... y'know...

I've tried deleting existing pics from my gallery, thinking (not really but...) that it might have reached capacity but no joy.


Can anyone please advise?

TIA!

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  # 1719719 13-Feb-2017 21:33
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I only get that if the file is too big.


 
 
 
 




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  # 1719726 13-Feb-2017 21:53
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freitasm:

Are you using Safari? It probably doesn't support the upload - tried Chrome?



Yes it is via safari but I've used it successfully heaps of times prior with no issues. I'll download the chrome app and try that. Don't want to do it from my laptop as it's easier to access the pics on my phone photo roll directly rather than emailing the pics or using the iCloud interface on my lappy.




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  # 1719727 13-Feb-2017 21:54
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blakamin:

I only get that if the file is too big.



Have never had it happen before and nothing's different in terms of photo resolution so dunno why it suddenly doesn't work.

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  # 1719731 13-Feb-2017 22:06
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blakamin:

 

I only get that if the file is too big.

 

 

Ditto. I use this  http://picresize.com/batch.php to resize them. hit tools and select single file if you only want to do one at a time


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  # 1719732 13-Feb-2017 22:11
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JEDENZED:
blakamin:

 

I only get that if the file is too big.

 



Have never had it happen before and nothing's different in terms of photo resolution so dunno why it suddenly doesn't work.

 

 

 

My photos range in size even at the same resolution. From 1.5MB to 7MB, depending on what the photo is of.




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  # 1719734 13-Feb-2017 22:15
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blakamin:


I only get that if the file is too big.



Ditto. I use this  http://picresize.com/batch.php to resize them. hit tools and select single file if you only want to do one at a time



Nailed it. Tried this and it worked fine after resizing. Thanks a mil!

Still not sure why my pics are suddenly too large but at least I know a work around!

 
 
 
 


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  # 1719777 14-Feb-2017 03:28
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Lol I resize images on MS Paint. tongue-out





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