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BrendaReeves
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on 07/19/2012

Could someone tell me how to download photos on Pixabay? I click download and it takes me to a screen with the photo but nothing happens: No offer to download.


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Tolovaj
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on 07/19/2012

Open photo.

Right click with your mouse (should be on photo) to open a menu.

Save image as.

(decide where and what name)


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Jerrico_Usher
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on 07/19/2012

Yep that's what I do- you can also view the tutorial I made (that link will take you directly to the part of the video about pixabay.com (6 m 03 seconds in) as I go into exactly how to do that  (visual learning)...

I just grab the image right there and then but you can use their download buttons too (for webpages/wizzles just grab the image that shows big it's as good as it gets, but if you want to use them on Zazzle you will want the higher resolution using the buttons.

Jerrico


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BrendaReeves
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on 07/19/2012

Thank you Tolovaj and Jerrico. I am going to use them on Zazzle.


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Jerrico_Usher
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on 07/19/2012

...Then definately download the highest resolution they offer, use the buttons not the image showing (images showing are a max of 72 DPI the highest most computer screens can see) you want much bigger/higher def.


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Simon
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on 07/19/2012

Oh woow! Jerrico, this tutorial is awesome! Really professional! Incredible!! I could never do that! How long does it take you to create such a nice tutorial?? That's so much cutting and panning and zooming and and and ...


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Jerrico_Usher
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on 07/19/2012

Hi Simon, Thanks for the feedback :) that's not even my best work haha... start to finish that video took me about 4 days/36 hours almost continuously... One of my duties for the guy I work for is creating these types of tutorials for two of his sites...

I originally created these and was going to ask you guys if you wanted to use them (in their final version (I recorded 3 hours of video covering the entire Wizzley spectrum of concepts but have yet to find time to fix this one (one or two quarks chef pointed out) and to edit/produce the remaining 8 or so videos (one I recorded and accidentally mixed up the "record" and "pause" so nothing I said/recorded landed in the video but all my "pause" moments did haha (blooper reel?) so that one needs re-shooting), this one was put up to get feedback) If not I can just create wizzles and you could link to them for newbs... I'm honing my skill set, I've only been building videos for about a year seriously but have been practicing for about 5 on and off (see my wizzle with all my samples :). I'm finding this is something I'm good at.

I could create some for your Pixabay site if you like :) I'm using this to practice my skills and I enjoy it actually... I build these for pay usually but Wizzley and Pixabay has been good to me so I'd be happy to do it for nothing (and the practice) just allow me to use them in my portfolio and I'll sign em over to you... (time permitting of course, I have a full time job online, my IM empire,  and of course moving all my hubs to wizzley) but tell me what you would like to see in it and I'll see what I can whip up.

Great job on the site upgrade, THAT is something I could never do- I dabbled in code years ago (Visual basic, I used to build "proggie" apps for AOL to create my own features :) but code is a headache producing job for me, I enjoyed making interfaces more than anything for programs (but have since forgotten everything I learned about coding)...

Jerrico

 


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Simon
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on 07/21/2012

Amazing job - I know how hard it is to create such a video sequence!!


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