To make it clear, images are fine, like the ones he posted, our image server network bandwidth is huge, so that's not so much an issue as it once was, but the issue was too large of an inline image, stretching the tables out a bit too much. Rule of thumb is to keep all images smaller than 600 pixels horizontal and 500 pixels vertical. Make sure all images are hosted on your own webspace. We do not approve of bandwidth leeching and forcing other people to pay for your images. Exceptions are sites designed for it, or governmental sites.
Another option is to use the file attachment feature on the board here.
If it's too big, or not on your site, link it, please. Or resize it, if possible. Otherwise, anything illustrating where the system is or what may be happening is welcome!
Ernesto seems to be getting somewhat back together, though. I'll try to update again later tonight.
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