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Question. How do I post photos directions please. "LittleOldMan"
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post #3 of 9 Old 10-16-2009, 07:23 PM
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Click "Post Reply"
I always click "Manage attachments" first before I type a long reply, because sometimes it locks up and boots you off.
You will see the green earth when it goes through, in the bottom tool bar, if not, it hangs up.
When the attachment window opens it's half screen size and you need to go full screen. Click the small box on the upper right.
There will be 4 boxes that say "browse"
Click on the top one and it will send you into your computer where you can find an image in "My pictues" or in your photo software, in my case "Kodak pictures" .
Click on the picture you wish to attach or others in addition maximum of 4. Then you must "Upload Photos" by clicking on the upload button. Wait until the header says "Close this window"
Then "X" out and close the window.
You will see the attachments in the attachment box in your reply.
Now type your reply and title it then click "submit reply" and that's the way I do it and it's pretty fool proof, I should know being an old fool! bill

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The easiest way is to host them and copy the link.
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post #5 of 9 Old 10-17-2009, 03:20 PM
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Is this what you are referring to?

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Before You Post Pictures . . . .
New members - welcome to our forum! Please read the thread about how to upload pictures to the forum directly. This is it. Please do not upload your images to Photobucket etc and then simply provide a link.

It does not take much more effort to upload your image to your gallery and then it will be visible for all to see and also will not disappear someday when the image archive service you use goes kaput, or is down for maintenance etc.

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trying to post a picture gave up tonight will try again later

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You got it. And to think, I went and made a video showing how to do it. Nice looking project.

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I am trying again. I turned this out of a poplar crotch. Took about a month to keep it from coming apart. "LOM"How do I post photos-hpim0250.jpg
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