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    What's going on with the forums?

    Trying to upload some words and pics and things have gotten shonky since last time I tried. Normal means for embedding pics via Picasa just ain't working.

    Temporary (I hope) issue? Anyone?

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    Testing. (Pic from Flickr)



    Seems ok from my end.
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    I haven't noticed anything, but will test now too.
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    Seems fine.

    Temporary glitch in the matrix?
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    I'm going to test too.



    Yup seems to be working
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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post
    Yup seems to be working
    Dang it, Doug. KNOCK IT OFF
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    Hmm.

    HTML is off.

    Trying to share a few words and pics from a weekend worth of rides. My 'normal' means for doing this no longer works. Anyone care to clue me in on how to resize (specifically, make bigger) an image when using img tags?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    Hmm.

    HTML is off.

    Trying to share a few words and pics from a weekend worth of rides. My 'normal' means for doing this no longer works. Anyone care to clue me in on how to resize (specifically, make bigger) an image when using img tags?
    Does Picasa not give you code that resizes images? Flickr does, even for BBCode.

    Here:


    Brown County Snow Night Ride
    by mtbikernate, on Flickr

    and here:


    Brown County Snow Night Ride
    by mtbikernate, on Flickr

    Flickr supplies me with a different image depending on the size I choose. I tried showing the code for that, but the forum didn't want to play nice.

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    Yes, Picasa provides code for resizing, but that code doesn't seem to work here anymore.

    If you use the image icon, you have to trim away much of the supplied code (including sizing) otherwise the system just gives you an error message.

    Thusly trimmed you end up with something this big:

    What's going on with the forums?-8a3a8303.jpg

    Here's the code (for a full-size render of the image above) that I'd normally use:

    <a href="https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/5dk6JdsEwn3qLlbnzALKGc_IhJ_sda_iuQ0XjcsGci0?feat=e mbedwebsite"><img src="https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-HiR_LCZsvZE/VOyXnP32HDI/AAAAAAAAvcg/FIvsAMYMrgQ/s800/8A3A8303.jpg" height="588" width="1000" /></a>

    Which currently gives you nada.

    By pulling the 'meat' of that code out and using just this part (https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-H...0/8A3A8303.jpg) wrapped with [img] tags, I get this:



    ...which is better, but still not as big as I'd like to see.

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    Mike, might I suggest glasses if things are looking too small... you know getting old and all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    shonky


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    does this work?

    [img width="1171" height="664"]https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-HiR_LCZsvZE/VOyXnP32HDI/AAAAAAAAvcg/FIvsAMYMrgQ/s800/8A3A8303.jpg[/img]

    [img=1171x664]https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-HiR_LCZsvZE/VOyXnP32HDI/AAAAAAAAvcg/FIvsAMYMrgQ/s800/8A3A8303.jpg[/img]

    Trying some code suggestions from here:

    BBCode tags reference

    Looks like they don't work.

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    At the risk of sounding like I know something, HTML has been turned off in some forums.

    Apparently spammers are taking advantage of the fact that it is "on" to spam more aggressively or some such thing.

    I fix bikes, this web stuff is way over my head.

    Left a link to this thread on the mod forum, someone may pop in to either give a heads up, or suggestions, or something...
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    Stick with the [img] tags for your photos, that way the site can dictate just how large they are displayed to prevent any pages from "breaking" when a giant image is linked.

    To get a "bigger" version of your image, upload it to photobucket or some other photosharing site and use the img tags they provide and it will display as large at the image is, or as large as the site settings will allow it.

    As was mentioned hackers found an exploit with HTML and the site admins have been having to turn it off, which will break those html links you are using.
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    Seems like letters type out very slow on here for me some times. I can type a word on here and it doesn't show on the page here for about 2 seconds. Starting to do it again now. This is the only chat forum that it happens on. I'm a member on many.
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    ^^Yeah, it's kinda 'funny', huh?

    FYI, being able to use HREF tags implies people can do more than a few things that aren't in your or my best interests--look up 1x1, clear, or beacon gif for a simple example. (funny thing is, I learned this many years ago looking for info on Surlys 1x1.)

    It doesn't seem to be super prevalent, but I've seen it happen.

    FWIW if you quote someone, and they have an image reference, but no image, you should probably report it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTB29erCurt View Post
    Seems like letters type out very slow on here for me some times. I can type a word on here and it doesn't show on the page here for about 2 seconds. Starting to do it again now. This is the only chat forum that it happens on. I'm a member on many.
    For rich text editing, many JS-enhanced pages will do an incremental check on every key press (this involves up to three things, a key down, a key up, and a key press which is both down and up, yet differentiated).

    If the function bound to these key presses is slow, then it feels limiting like you are experiencing.

    This isn't necessarily lazy programming - sometimes a given site's requirements can be awfully demanding. And not all javascript authors are created equal with respect to their desire to chase high efficiency user interfaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    For rich text editing, many JS-enhanced pages will do an incremental check on every key press (this involves up to three things, a key down, a key up, and a key press which is both down and up, yet differentiated).

    If the function bound to these key presses is slow, then it feels limiting like you are experiencing.

    This isn't necessarily lazy programming - sometimes a given site's requirements can be awfully demanding. And not all javascript authors are created equal with respect to their desire to chase high efficiency user interfaces.

    Holy crap I'm glad I left that job. The migraines.
    Okay, that makes sense now. It was really bad on my wife's laptop last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikb View Post
    Testing
    26 AND skinny?

    How far OT are we going to go here???!

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    Quote Originally Posted by duggus View Post
    I'm going to test too.



    Yup seems to be working
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    Funny you could put a Pabst can in their hand and you still couldn't tell.
    Oh and testing

    never mind to complicated for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Funny you could put a Pabst can in their hand and you still couldn't tell.
    Oh and testing
    <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/85144286@N02/16517613822" title="IMG_20140918_154217601 by otb-bOb, on Flickr"><img src="https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7286/16517613822_69b0436068.jpg" width="281" height="500" alt="IMG_20140918_154217601"></a>
    nope.


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    I can't figure it out, crap!!

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    This is rapidly turning into a random pic thread.

    I guess that's not a bad thing as long as no one gets cranky...
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    Back on topic:

    What's going on with the forums?-amc-pacer5.jpg

    I wonder if, in the rush to unilaterally disable HTML across the board, anyone considered how crappy the archives on this site just became...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    Back on topic:

    Click image for larger version. 

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    I wonder if, in the rush to unilaterally disable HTML across the board, anyone considered how crappy the archives on this site just became...
    I'm pretty sure threads pre-html lockdown still show the images just fine. It's just that new posts can't use html. I was posting in a thread the other morning where I used HTML, and then later in the day couldn't use HTML, but the earlier HTML stuff was still showing.

    Hmmm, so I just went looking at some photo threads. Apparently SOME HTML on old posts still works, but others don't (my flickr embeds do, but it seems mikesee's picasa embeds don't, which is a DAMN shame).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold View Post
    I'm pretty sure threads pre-html lockdown still show the images just fine.
    Nope. Here's a stoke post I shared a few weeks ago.

    Admittedly, the current iteration still makes you want to get out and ride, if only to get away from the alphabet vomit on your screen.

    Here's what it looked like before the html crackdown.

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    This sucks monkey b@lls!!

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    mikesee I think I grasp why you want your stoke posts to be easily published across various online mediums.

    D.R.Y. - Don't Repeat Yourself

    If you have to edit your story multiple times just to get it out there... blech.

    I might could possibly write an HTML to BBcode translator?

    EDIT - after looking at your formatting briefly, the most difficult part would be translating your BR elements to new-lines (\r\n), which, for reference, is super easy. But this is assuming you want to take the trouble and edit all those archives...

    EDIT 2 - hmm, there are some slightly harder spots than that, but nothing a little regular expression can't fix.
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    Oh, that is a bummer.

    Well, I hope they either find a way to fix it somehow. If not, I'll join what is I'm sure to be a growing chorus of folks saying thanks to Mike for all the gorgeous pics, which we can no longer see...

    And honestly, I posted that pic, and didn't even associate my talking about cranky folks.

    I crack myself up sometimes!

    Nice wheeler Mike, some kind of a redneck Litvina or what?
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    PSH what am I talking about, existing translators look pretty good:

    NOT MY CONTENT

    NOT MY FRIGGIN' CONTENT - POSTED BY mikesee, GOT IT?


    ...

    Winter in our neck of the woods should, and typically does, look like this:









    ^ That pic was taken a few weeks back, in the 'heart' of winter. *Despite the appearance of deep snow, a trained eye will see a proliferation of surface hoar. *What you can't see, but what I can vouch for having been there, is that that hoar extends from bedrock to surface, regardless of aspect.


    In other words: The snow is rotten and there isn't much of it.


    And that's the good news.


    Drop a few thousand feet, to the locales we can easily reach on an all-day ride, and it looks more like this:







    Were this May, that amount of fast-receding snow would be just fine.


    Drop another thousand feet and you get this:









    Tacktastic hero dirt as far as the eye can see.









    And while no complaints have been voiced about velcro dirt and exposed skin in February, we all know that in the grand scheme of things nothing good can come from this.









    With no precip in the forecast, the reality is that our ephemeral wildflower season will be a brief blip, here and gone, before...
















    ...well. *Perhaps I'm getting ahead of myself. *


    If doom and gloom and a smoky blast-furnace summer are en route, so be it. *No sense dwelling on or pre-prognosticating it.


    **





    Meanwhile, we've taken all available opportunities to get out and put tires to dirt and rock.*























    Nothing feels 'right' about blasting manuals through chunky holes in February. *We sessioned this'n several times trying to wrap our heads around it, to no avail. *Ultimately just moved on, perplexed.
















    Greg and Trina are set to jet down to Arizona next week. *You know, the way people do...









    ...mid-winter...









    ...when you're at ~5,000' in Colorado and need some relief from, uh...
















    ...winter.


    Ahem.























    Regardless of season or weather, this one is always enigmatic. *Conundrumful. *


    Maybe just weird.









    Yes, you really do have to make that ^ switchback, and no, we've never seen anyone clean it without at least a nose-pick-pivot, if not some full-blown hopping.









    Tis the season for tuning up bodies and bikes.





































    Does the tone of this post seem incongruous, chunky, lacking flow?


    If so, you get exactly how we feel about the winter that wasn't.









    Thanks for checkin' in.

    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    PSH what am I talking about, existing translators look pretty good:
    Psweet. How?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    Psweet. How?
    Step 1: Go here - HTML To BB Code Converter
    Step 2: You want to skip the first two fields, go straight to the big textarea block. Paste yo HTML stuffs.
    Step 3: ???
    Step 4: Profit!
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    Hmmmm....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    Step 1: Go here - HTML To BB Code Converter
    Step 2: You want to skip the first two fields, go straight to the big textarea block. Paste yo HTML stuffs.
    Step 3: ???
    Step 4: Profit!
    Right on, man.

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    Drew, freakin', Diller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Diller View Post
    Step 1: Go here - HTML To BB Code Converter
    Step 2: You want to skip the first two fields, go straight to the big textarea block. Paste yo HTML stuffs.
    Step 3: ???
    Step 4: Profit!
    Psick. End result is rough around the edges, but I can deal with that. Thanks much.

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    Still can't figure out how to post my flickr pics, I'm a tech idiot

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesee View Post
    Psick. End result is rough around the edges, but I can deal with that. Thanks much.

    P.S. Cleek.
    No prob, boss.

    Web mechanic used to be my game. My specialty was building and fixing specific utilities in other to make other people's jobs more productive on account of spending less time clicking and scrolling for what they wanted to accomplish.

    For example, I fixed the implementation of alpha-translucent lossless images in Internet Explorer 6. It was an issue that stood for YEARS and one day I had a lightbulb go on, and I knocked that thing out, just in time for IE8 to come out.

    I'm applying the same philosophy to bikes, just don't have all the skills yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Still can't figure out how to post my flickr pics, I'm a tech idiot
    Not as bad as me, I guarantee it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Still can't figure out how to post my flickr pics, I'm a tech idiot
    Here goes!



    Select photo on Flickr and click on arrow icon. You can select what size you want here. Make sure you have HTML clicked at bottom.

    Copy HTML text highlighted in blue.



    Paste the HTML you copied down in the blank comment box on the same page. You can do this elsewhere, but this is a convenient spot.

    Copy just the URL after "SRC". Highlighted in blue in my photo above.



    Go to the MTBR thread where you want to post and select the picture icon and paste the URL into the "From URL" box and I uncheck "retrieve remote file"

    Hit Ok.



    It will look like this. You can also just type the markers around your URL without going through the picture icon if you want. The result is the same.

    Now hit "Submit Reply"



    You get this ^^^...

    If these photos are too small to see properly you can see the originals on my Flickr full size:

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    Thanks man!!Name:  15729284204_c4f88e5838.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdundee View Post
    Thanks man!!Name:  15729284204_c4f88e5838.jpg
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    BAM! Done...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniTrail View Post
    @Drew those pictures are awesome!

    COLOR STRIPPED just wanted to be the first to say it lol /COLOR STRIPPED
    Haha, all right you made me look. I didn't figure you for someone who would mistake credits, so I was like whaaat?

    You got me, fair and square.

    EDIT - this is some professional trolling folks, he duped a software guy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiniTrail View Post
    you worked so hard to protect yourself. couldn't let it go unpunished
    You know how often this happens?

    A friend visited the shop the other day, I was like don't touch the silicone, so he's like this silicone?, GTFO of my shop and go wash your hands ya punk!!

    The Mrs says I ask for it, so what, I shouldn't cover my bases?! gaaahhhh
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