I suspect Dan is saying that memory per object needs to be bigger
than the biggest picture you've got in there.
For future reference, it's not a good idea to store big binary data,
or, imnvho, any binary data, in database tables, certainly not in the
hsqldb tables that LO uses as "internal". Store names of files not
the files themselves. You can get trouser pockets big enough for
beach balls, but it's not a great idea.
One small step for mankind...
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