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yoda97yoda
04-09-2011, 03:27 PM
Ever got a cool picture of LBP you uploaded to LBP.me and wanted to put it in here, but it was too small to see the details?
Don't worry anymore! Help is coming!
There is a little trick that makes it able to change the size of pic.

Hey, that's awesome! Show me how you mean!
So, you got a pic from LBP.me and you want to put it on here. But, when you preview your post, you see that it's too small. You can't see the details in the picture so you decide not to post it here.
I will explain you how to make your pic better. Here is a little example:
So, you have your pic and post it here, but it is too small like this one:
http://i2.lbp.me/img/fs/e92aa902e40f5737714b7d93cedcb392dcedce72.jpg
Noes! It's too small! :boo:

By changing one letter in the url of the pic, you can get it like this:
http://i2.lbp.me/img/fl/e92aa902e40f5737714b7d93cedcb392dcedce72.jpg
Hey, that's a nice size!:love:

How do you do it? How do you do it? Tell me, please!
Ok, ok, you little pupil, I will tell you how to do it.

First of all, get the url of your LBP.me pic and copy the url.
Paste it here between two image tags. (These are image tags: Picture url Here!

Let's say this is an url of a picture of LBP.me: http://i2.lbp.me/img/fl/e92aa902e40f5737714b7d93cedcb392dcedce72.jpg
You see the little bolted part in there. It says 'fl'
That means your picture is at large size. By changing that little part into one of these parts, you can change the size of your pic.
fs = small
fm = medium
ft = high quality pic of medium size
fl = large
fh = huge
These are the codes to get some other sizes.

Thank you so much yoda97yoda! Now I can finally edit the size of my LBP.me pics! <3
No problem, my little pupil. Let's hope you can bring up some awesome pictures in a nice size now. :)

Aya042
04-09-2011, 05:34 PM
Actually there's a bit more to it than that. The general form seems to be...

http://[host].lbp.me/img/[type][size]/[id].[extension]

...where...

"host" can be any of: i0, i1, i2, i3, i4, i5, i6, i7, i8, i9, ia, ib, ic, id, ie, if - doesn't matter which
"type" can be any of: a, b, f - for (a)uthor photo, level (b)adge, and (f)ull image
"size" can be any of: t, s, m, l, h - for (t)iny, (s)mall, (m)edium, (l)arge, (h)uge
"id" is the 40-character hex string which identifies the photo you want
"extension" can be either of: jpg, png - where png gives better quality

...the only exception for the type/size combo seems to be "ft" which, I believe, shows the image in its original size.

Here's the same image with all the different type/size codes...


http://i6.lbp.me/img/at/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
at

http://i6.lbp.me/img/as/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
as

http://i6.lbp.me/img/am/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
am

http://i6.lbp.me/img/al/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
al

http://i6.lbp.me/img/ah/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
ah


http://i6.lbp.me/img/bt/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
bt

http://i6.lbp.me/img/bs/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
bs

http://i6.lbp.me/img/bm/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
bm

http://i6.lbp.me/img/bl/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
bl

http://i6.lbp.me/img/bh/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
bh


http://i6.lbp.me/img/ft/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
ft

http://i6.lbp.me/img/fs/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
fs

http://i6.lbp.me/img/fm/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
fm

http://i6.lbp.me/img/fl/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
fl

http://i6.lbp.me/img/fh/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png
fh


And here's a JPG to PNG comparison, with JPG on the left, PNG on the right. The difference is particularly noticable around the edge of the red spaceship...

http://i6.lbp.me/img/ft/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.jpg http://i6.lbp.me/img/ft/e26f1c9a7cd1167bf0da9de2d9b65c65ba940de5.png

midnight_heist
04-09-2011, 06:29 PM
I just find the image on LBP.me then right click > open in new tab, and copy that url.

Nice to know the size options though. :)