Please remember to add a license. It will be cause for a banning should you fail to do so again. Could you also ensure that images you upload are of a decent quality. Thank you, and please continue contributing.----Skittles the hog--Talk 19:32, April 17, 2011 (UTC)
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Hiya :) I think somehow you may have missed the deletion rationales for some of your images that have been deleted recently. Please consult T:ICC and T:GTI before attempting to upload more pictures to our database. In general, your errors have been completely understandable ones, but they also indicate that you've not read either of these documents. Try, whenever possible, to upload an image that is at least 300px in width. Pictures that are less than 250px in width will be summarily deleted. Also, please note that the .png format is disallowed for screenshots — use .jpg only for those, please. Jpegs generally offer lower file sizes, which is better for our mobile users. Also, they are of slightly, though usually imperceptibly, lower quality, which means we're not giving users downstream super-high-res images to play with. This shows that we're trying to comply with fair use guidelines.
I have read the policies and uploaded a new image. If it is not acceptable I apologize, I will be more aware in future. - RoseTylerJackie
- I know Czechout already told you this, but I'd like to reiterate it. PNG images are not allowed for screenshots. Also try to keep images in a widescreen format. Most paint programs let you save pictures as one type or another, so try changing your PNG images to JPGs in future. Memnarc talk to me 06:34, June 21, 2012 (UTC)
Your recently uploaded images still do not comply with our T:ICC and will shortly be deleted. In future please make sure you upload images in JPG format as CzechOut and Memnarc have suggested. This can be as simple as opening the image in an image editing program (or even Preview or similar program) and then selecting "save as" saving the file as a JPG. --Tangerineduel / talk 15:02, March 11, 2013 (UTC)