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I hear ya. I would use Google Translate with my smartphone camera to try to decode the Japanese, far enough to get to a language menu, where you can select English as the language.

Clarion Memory... | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

I would turn off all the elec in your place and see if the meter still moves .

Computers &... | Answered 2 hours ago

Only you would know that.

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It appears your website is made using "Wordpress", a popular management system for website creation.

When adding photos to your site, their are Three main things to keep in mind.

1. Physical dimensions of the photo (If you are taking very high resolution photos, you may be exceeding the width and height limitation of the template you are using. This can be fixed by opening the image in something like "GIMP" or "Photoshop" and "resizing it" to the appropriate size.
For example it looks like your main page photos are
width: 944px; height: 708px;
So as long as you ensure all images are resized to these dimensions, they will look good on your main page.

2. File size: This is generally only an issue with very high resolution images. Some hosting companies set a limit of 2MB or so per image being uploaded, This keeps attackers from trying to upload larger files disguised as an image to your site.
You can check a files size by opening the folder the pictures are in, right click one of the images you wish to use, then from the menu that pops up choose "Properties"
In this box you should see where it says "Size" 10.1MB (It will differ from the example)
If the "Size" is larger than your website allows (This information can be obtained from the company your website is hosted with)

3. File type: The most common files that are used online are JPEG, GIF (animated image), and PNG.
JPEG (jpg used as actual extension) and png should upload with no problem as long as they meet the first two requirements.
RAW, TIF, and other formats can be viewed on your computer, but may not appear properly on your website.

If you are unsure of any of the above, your hosting company should be able to provide all the image details you need in order to upload photos properly.
I hope this helps out some, feel free to ask questions as needed.

Computers &... | Answered 4 hours ago

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