When travelling I post to my blog, with lots of pictures, using Windows Live Writer. I have two issues with that I would like help with:
1. sometimes one or two of my pictures have become distorted somehow during the posting process, usually becoming very vertically elongated. But if you click on the picture you are taken to the original version of the photo which is not distorted; only its appearance on the blog page is distorted. Look, for example, at a posting dated Feb. 29, 2012 titled "Cabedelo & Joao Pessoa". A little ways up from the bottom of the posting is a picture of a yellow window with a brown shutter inside, which is obviously a lot taller than the one beside it & looks stretched. If you click on it you will see what that picture really looks like (and how it looked in WLW before I pressed the publish button). That's the only picture in the posting that was distorted, & I don't think I did anything different to it. Is there any way to avoid this?
2. As I mentioned, in the postings I made last year you can click on the pictures & be taken to a view of the original, which is sometimes much larger than the view on the blog posting. But in the postings I have done in the last month clicking on the picture doesn't do anything. I am now using the 2012 update of WLW, so maybe that has changed this, but if there is any setting I can change, or something I can do differently, to make the click view work again I would appreciate your telling me about it.
The blog I need help with is baderjournal.wordpress.com.