Photo Editing Help
If you're having troubles opening or editing a photo, the easiest thing to do first is to try PicMonkey in Google's fantastic browser, Chrome. Install it free here: http://chrome.google.co...
Photo Saving Tips and Tricks
How to save? Don't you just click the green "Save photo" button and call it a day? Well, yes, you can do that -- but there are some super-cool, sneaky ways to save that might come in handy ...
Photos are Resized
The Monkey can actually edit and save photos up to 16 megapixels. To keep PicMonkey moving super fast, we resize larger images to about 2800 pixels on the longest side. You can change the...
Editing Multiple Photos
When you open a photo to edit in PicMonkey, you aren't uploading your photo to the site. All the editing takes place locally on your computer. So if you have lots of photos to edit, you can...
Where Photo are Found After Saving
The Monkey's not hiding it! We promise. You hit the Save button, and typed in your File name. When you pressed the green Save to my computer button at the bottom of the save page, a new b...
Photo Saving Problem
You've spent some time editing a photo, and when you try to save it, something goes wrong. Frustrating! Most problems can be solved by making sure you have the latest version of Flash. Get...
Framed Edges of My Photo are Gone
Problem: When you add a non-square frame to the edge of a photo, it changes the aspect ratio of the photo. So when you print it, the edges of the image get cut off and you get all sad and ...
Using PicMonkey with Windows 8
You absolutely can use PicMonkey with Windows 8. We've found that for some, Flash isn't properly installed so if PicMonkey's not working try downloading Flash. You can get the most recent v...
Missing Save Button
The "Save" button should be located just above the photo your're editing. If you can't find it and you're using Google Chrome, you may have an extension installed on your browser that is ...
Can't Upload a Photo
If you are unable to open a photo in PicMonkey, please check out the following troubleshooting tips according to browser. Chrome: Click-to-play: There is a clever feature in Chrome that...
Trouble Opening Images in Collage
If you run into troubles opening photos in Collage you may need to clear your Flash cookies. These are different than normal browser cookies. Flash calls them "shared objects". To clear ...
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