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    New question here. Newbie....how do I post photos?

    How do I post photos in a thread? When I go to attach it asks for a web address. I don't have them posted on the web...I'd just like to attach them to a thread. Can someone help???

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    There's no app for this.
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    look up

    above where is sez: upload photos. Jim

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    Right, and then I paste that website when it asks?

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    Good Question

    I just uploaded two pictures in my gallery Now how do I get them here

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    Here goes nothin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Braunstein Freres
    Here goes nothin
    Well that kinda worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by XC Mike
    I just uploaded two pictures in my gallery Now how do I get them here
    I've figured out how to get one here, but he other two didna work so well

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    A common response these days would be...

    a google search on "images html help" would help to answer your questions...

    if you did this, you'd find the following info for one method;

    Here's one format for placing an image:

    "<" img src = "http://whatever.mtbr.yourtitlehere.jpg" ">"

    By replacing 'http://whatever.mtbr.yourtitlehere.jpg' with url that you're given when you process files while uploading them to your gallery.. also note, the "" surrounding < and > are not proper, I've just placed them here to keep from trying to find the fake file name

    another way, is to just upload images using the upload images button in the attach files box of the additional options section while you are starting a thread or replying. I think that this method allows you to insert photos without using space in your gallery, but it doesn't allow you to insert the photos within the body of text, they are inserted at the end of the post.

    hope this helps

    scott
    Last edited by sportsman; 12-05-2004 at 07:00 PM.

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    Test!!!!!


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    looks like you pass

    Dr. scott

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    New question here. How about when it says file to large?

    Tried to upload using the additional options while doing a reply to thread as suggested but keeps coming up with file to large. Any ideas on what I am doing wrong? Would like to share some photos of riding. Thx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSkisMontana
    Tried to upload using the additional options while doing a reply to thread as suggested but keeps coming up with file to large. Any ideas on what I am doing wrong? Would like to share some photos of riding. Thx.
    You need to re-size the image. This is a learning process for me too.

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    i-photo thread

    there is another recent thread in General Discussion about i-photo. Although that thread was initially about using i-photo (mac os x), it does talk about reducing file sizes with photoshop and maybe another photo editor. A similar method will probaly work with most editors.

    If you'd like more help, you should mention the software that you are using in your post, maybe someone can offer more specifics.

    In general, the approach that I use in photoshop, is to adjust image size to the physical size that I want (frequently 4x6 or so), and the resolution, which is typically 72 pixels/inch. This alone greatly reduces my file size. Then, I use save-for-web, with JPEG selected, to adjust the final file size by playing with the compression.

    there are a few other workflows in the other thread.


    scott

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