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Sorry for making another question thread, I'd just like to say that whenever I want to save my work then upload it, it says "Upload Failed! Uploaded 0 of 1. Invalid format (jpg|bmp|gif|pcx|png|psd|tif)" on tinypic.

I always save it as a Unitled.Png and it always worked.

Photobucket, tinypic, Imagechack Everything doesn't work!

The best is Tinypic.

It's been happening these past 2 days.

Please help!

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It should work if you're saving it as a PNG. Are you sure you are saving it in a valid format?

If you try to save a layered image with Paint.NET it will assume you want to save it as PdN because it will stay layered. Make sure you flatten your image completely so that you can save it as a valid format.

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Are you adding the file extension (.PNG, .JPG, etc) manually, or allowing the program to do it for you from the drop-down box?

Never do it manually. The Windows panel that Paint.NET uses is horrible with that sort of thing.


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