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There are 2 image areas for upload, one is your Profile Image which is on your profile page, status updates and some other areas, and the other is your Forum Avatar which shows up in topics. They are easily accessible in your account settings by dropping the arrow by your username when logged in to open the mini menu options.

To upload a Forum Avatar, you can also go to this link directly: http://www.utvboard....ers&area=avatar

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There are 2 image areas for upload, one is your Profile Image which is on your profile page, status updates and some other areas, and the other is your Forum Avatar which shows up in topics. They are easily accessible in your account settings by dropping the arrow by your username when logged in to open the mini menu options.

To upload a Forum Avatar, you can also go to this link directly: http://www.utvboard....ers&area=avatar

I guess I'm doing something wrong it tells me this. The file you uploaded is too large but right under it it said this (This will scale the image down for you if it's too big in pixel size) so what's up. I'm trying to upload my Personal Photo Thanks

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I guess I'm doing something wrong it tells me this. The file you uploaded is too large but right under it it said this (This will scale the image down for you if it's too big in pixel size) so what's up. I'm trying to upload my Personal Photo Thanks

The image may still be too large. The system will scale it down to fit within the site 150px X150px, but we still do not allow overzised images on upload. Please try it again as I have just increased the settings to @ 2 MB per image allowable. Just make sure the image is under 2MB in size.

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