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The hardware has an SD reader, but the software support (media browser/file manager) is not yet ready. You can enable a very basic one if you go into the settings (I think), but it's not very pretty.
> how will she resize them (let alone rotate or crop) before uploading them to facebook?
Mugtug Darkroom? Aviary? Picnik?
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Posted Jan 18, 2011 10:42 UTC (Tue) by Velmont (guest, #46433)
It is very easy to crop and resize the images on the client side before you upload them. You can easily do it in Canvas. I did all processing on the client side, make a normal sized picture, and a thumbnail, then upload both of those two with a nice progress bar.
HTML5 really fixes very much of those problems :-)))
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