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"File too large" message

Occasionally I export images from LR to Snapheal for sharpening and NR as I prefer it in some cases. I then export back to LR for final resizing but if I then try to upload the image to this Forum's Gallery I often get the message the the file is too large even though it is only 800mpx long side and just 200kb. It will always upload OK to DPnow gallery though.

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Re: "File too large" message

Not sure how this thread became "Solved" but if it is could someone enlighten me?

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Re: "File too large" message

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Re: "File too large" message

This sounds like a technical one for Ian.
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Re: "File too large" message

Try saving as a .jpg for web option and see if that cures the problem.
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