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Why is picture upload rejected

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When are they rejected? We don't actively remove content. Notable exceptions are copyright or trademark infringements, but that isn't detected automatically. What I think you're saying is that the images are rejected without human intervention, right?

Could it be the file type? Are you dropping them in the Pictures section?

 

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It are png pictures exported from openscad. Some get reject as soon as try to upload them, without human intervention, actually they are nerver uploaded. I can understand there is a file size limit but similar size picture from older design got accepted. Please let me know what these kind of limitations are like:

Size

Resolution

etc.

 

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