User talk:Puterboy2

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Thanks about your trial to upgrade Pearl Harbor; I think your screenshots are well uploaded but as the site faces problems with the resizing/downsizing of pictures, some of them (most of them) are unable to be displayed at 500 pixels. The picture can be seen at full size if people clic the symbol in the bottom right field of the picture; otherwise, for a straight display on the movie's page, you must upload a file really at 500 pixels to avoid hasardous displaying. If uploading at 1920x800 was a good idea, it's sad that the problem can't be fix to allow of the benefit of your work ! LVCDC 18:45, 28 February 2014 (MST)

Thank you for my efforts, High definition is always a perfect standard for sights like these even if they have their flaws. Puterboy2 28 February 2014