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 Posted: 08-01-2015 03:16 pm
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The 102kB limit is the size of the file on the disk, not the number of pixels. Formats like JPG do a good job of compressing the data, so picture sizes of around 700 x 700 pixels should be under the limit. This varies depending on the picture. More complex and detailed pictures usually do not compress down quite as well as simple ones. Reducing the number of colors also reduces the file size, sometimes by a large factor. You can check the file size using Windows explorer. Some image viewing and editing software will also show the file size.