Thank you! I'll try it.
OK! I see the folders in FZ. Are they now in my computer? How do I copy them to the desktop?
Thank you, Jeremy. Can I send you a picture of what I'm seeing since I don't see local files on the left?
I did a print screen, but I don't know how to get it to you. I can paste it into a graphics program and create a file, but I still don't know how to attach it here.
Once you save the file in the graphics program come back here and click the paper clip icon to browse for the image and upload it here :)
You can also upload it to
Send me the download url on wikisend when uploaded :)
I'm getting a message "access denied" when I try to send the reply with pasted image.
Hi Jeremy, I'm getting an error has occurred message when using Wiki. Tried it 4-5 times. Any other options?
I tried uploading to Photobucket. If it doesn't open, I'll use your link, OK?
Thanks, Jeremy. I think I'm getting there. Just trying to save the files to a new folder which I created in the My Documents folder, called Bliss FTP New Website, but I'm not seeing it on the list (although I see it in My Documents).
One moment, I think I disconnected from the server, and I do see the folder.
OK, thanks again. It's still transferring the Baby file, the first one, so I guess it will take a while. Will the files be saved as images which will open to my default graphics program?
Great! I guess it's going to take a long time, so I'll just leave you the best feedback now, and if I run into problems, I hope to be able to call on you again.
Jeremy, one last question: I'll need to send these in the form of a zip file over the internet. How would I be able to do that? If this is a separate question, and you can answer it, I'll repost so you will receive payment for it.
Or you can send it in your email. Usually when you have a blank new email message to write to someone, most email programs / online email accounts have an attach button that usually resembles a paperclip.
Click the paperclip, navigate to the folder where the zip is saved (which should be where the files are) and double click the zip to attach.
If you chose to use Wikisend simply email or tell the recepient the download Url the wikisend gives you.
If you get stuck on anything I am still here to help in any way I can Joan
OK! When it compresses the files to a zip, does it also keep the unzipped photos intact? And since I use AOL, would I have to worry that the zip file is too big to send?
OK. I have no idea what the file size zipped would be.
I found this link. Is this something like what you have in mind if the zip size is to big?
It looks like this file is going to be around 575 MB unzipped. I don't know what if it will zip to under 25 MB. I'll wait and see when it's finished downloading. Thanks, again.
Jeremy, if you're still there, I finished downloading 580 MB file. I'm at the step where I need to compress the files, and following your instructions, would I have to open each folder or can I select all the folders and do it all at once? It doesn't let me open more than one folder at a time, so I wasn't able to follow your instructions exactly. Would it work if I just highlighted all the folders and zipped them at the same time?
Done! Thanks! I now have to look into Dropbox, as you suggested, since the file is 512 MB (before it was 580 MB, so I don't know why it is showing smaller size now).
Done! I downloaded Dropbox. I don't know if I am doing this right, but I'm extracting the files into Dropbox. Is that right?
Jeremy, I'm seeing a different interface on Dropbox. It seems I successfully copied the file to Dropbox as I am seeing it in the path: joan - dropbox - photos. Nothing happens when I hover over it, but I see a share with link for "specific people" which I tried by typing in my own email address, but it says "windows was unable to find [email protected].
There is a copy option but I think it is just part of windows and not the program. Nothing happens when I click it.
OK, sorry I took so long. I deleted everything in Dropbox and started over. I sent the zip filer there and see it. Now I need to send it to an email address.
I'm not see my last message to you, so I'm resending it. It looks like I may be viewing not Dropbox but a folder in my computer since I see nothing that looks like the image you attached. Do you think you can take control of my computer and see for yourself?
Thanks. In the meanwhile, I used the email link to Dropbox and tried that way, and it said "File too Large". It is 512 MB.
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Files uploaded to Dropbox via the desktop application or mobile apps have no file size limit.
Files uploaded through the website (by pressing the upload button) have a 300 MB cap. In other words, each file you upload through the website must be 300 MB or less.
All files uploaded to your Dropbox must be smaller than the size of your Dropbox account's storage quota. For example, if your account has a storage quota of 2 GB, you can upload one 2 GB file or many files that all add up to 2 GB. If you are over your storage quota, Dropbox will stop syncing until you are below your limit.
Thanks for all your help. I don't see you here, so I'll ask the continue by asking the related question you were so kind to help me with on justanswer.com. I've already sent excellent feedback.