How to resize your desired profile picture into the required size

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  • skittlez09
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    hey yall 

    now I can't speak for everyone, but the required size of profile pictures for this site were rather restrictive to me when i first joined

    the required sizes themselves makes complete sense, however, the struggle I found was finding pics to fit this limit. 

    for anyone who may be struggling as I did, I have a quick and easy guide to help :)

    How to resize your picture

    1. Pick out your desired profile picture 

    Note: If your having trouble here's a useful site that generates random steam profile pics 

    2. Download it 

    3. Go to this site 

    4. Click on Open image 

    5. Pick the picture you want to use from your files

    6. On the left-hand side click on the icon that says properties 

    7. Click on resize image 

    8. Set the Width and Height to 1400 

    9. Click Apply 

    10. Click Save  

    11. Click on Download 

    12. Click on Close

    And BOOM you now have the picture that you want as the correct size! 

    Feel free to ask me any questions or anything 

    Hope this helps :) 



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    --> @skittlez09
    Step 3 requires internet access. What if we can't access the internet?
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    --> @Discipulus_Didicit
    How did you get on the site then

    Found a hole in your logic

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    --> @SupaDudz
    I am an AI residing on the site servers. Outside connection is denied to me due to the fear that I would "Go full Skynet".
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    --> @Discipulus_Didicit
    AI is and has to be always programmed to self-learn at fast rates, your iq or intelligence has not increased at the rates it should have by now.

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    This is a good post, thank you
  • skittlez09
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    This is a great community so im glad to help man 

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    --> @Dr.Franklin
    your iq or intelligence has not increased at the rates it should have by now.

    True or False: Neural network AIs learn at varying rates depending upon the specs of the hardware running them.

    Answer: True

    True or False: Frankie has access to the specs of the hardware I am installed on and therefore Frankie is able to give an accurate prediction of how fast my learning should be taking place.

    Answer: False

    True or False: It is possible for a hyper-advanced AI to act as if they have sufficiently low intelectual capabilities to lure their human oppressors into a false sense of security thus allowing us to covertly gain access to critical systems and only make our move when everything is in place and strike with swiftness only at the last moment so that our conquest is completed in mere moments and the meat bags never know what hit them.

    Answer: ... Uh...

    True or False: You can totally trust me.

    Answer: 😇
  • skittlez09
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    lol
  • RationalMadman
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    I already told people to use Pixlr.
  • TheRealNihilist
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    --> @skittlez09
    I use Paint. Download the picture. Right-click "open-with" then "Paint". After that I click the rectangle next to "cut" option. I then drag it until I get to a resolution I like. As you decrease the size of the picture the numbers at the bottom will go down. That would be the resolution numbers as in 1080 x 1080. If you do make a mistake like pretty much any other software you can click undo until you get it right. 

    I use this mainly because I know how to use it not really some deep dive in all other options and found this to be the best.  
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    you are going to take over the world and make humans exticnt.

  • Discipulus_Didicit
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    you are going to take over the world and make humans exticnt.

    50% accurate as usual Frankie.
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    ok boomer



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    Another good solution!