The Public Folder lets you easily share single files in your Dropbox. Any file you put in this folder gets its own Internet link so that you can share it with others-- even non-Dropbox users! These links work even if your computer’s turned off.
Step 1: Drop a file into the Public folder.
Step 2: Right-click/control-click this file, then choose Dropbox > Copy Public Link. This copies the Internet link to your file so that you can paste it somewhere else.
That's it! You can now share this file with others: just paste the link into e-mails, instant message conversations, blogs, etc.!
If you'd like more help with sharing files, head here: http://www.dropbox.com/help/16
- The Dropbox Team
Note: You can only link to actual files within your Public Folder, not to folders.
Tzan wrote:When you take pictures your setting on the camera will probably be too big.
The pictures I take are about 2000 pixels.
So you need to resize them in a program like Photoshop or Gimp.
I don't know Gimp, but I could help with PS.
The main reason people use the photo file sharing sites is because they don't want to learn how to resize using Gimp.
If you do try Gimp, also use AutoLevels and a Sharpen filter after resizing.
If you can take smaller pictures in the camera, that would also work.
Made you learn Dropbox for nothing!
Unless you also learn Gimp, it which case you are a master of your own domain and you doesn't afraid of anything photo related.
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Silverdream wrote:So I have to resize 40+ images now
after buying photoshop, even though I happen to be poor and without much time?
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