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    how do you load pics to thread?

    How do you load pics in the threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpdhracer
    How do you load pics in the threads
    do the same as if you were posting...then scroll down a little and hit the upload images tab

    this will open another page......hit browse and then locate the picture you want.....upload and then post (might have to resize picture)
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    How do you resize pics anyway?

    Quote Originally Posted by SHIVER ME TIMBERS
    do the same as if you were posting...then scroll down a little and hit the upload images tab

    this will open another page......hit browse and then locate the picture you want.....upload and then post (might have to resize picture)
    Speakin of resizing....I haven't got that mastered just yet. Gimmie the 60 second crach course bro. I usually use the little yellow "Insert Image" ^ function on the tool bar and copy and paste the URL from UpLoadIt.Org but my pics always post twice as wide as the page...little help. lol Thanks
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    get a photobucket account and it will make it that much easier cause itll resize it for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by VooDoo13
    Speakin of resizing....I haven't got that mastered just yet. Gimmie the 60 second crach course bro. I usually use the little yellow "Insert Image" ^ function on the tool bar and copy and paste the URL from UpLoadIt.Org but my pics always post twice as wide as the page...little help. lol Thanks
    unless u use a sh!tty ass mac, paint will work. open it up and click on Image --> Stretch/Skew and use the stretch funtion
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    you can use ms paint.... Just copy the picutre and paste it to paint, then under image click stretch/skew... and put in the percent of the size you want.... Remember to only shrink it once, because if you shrink it again after you did it once, it will turn horribly blurry..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chikity China
    unless u use a sh!tty ass mac, paint will work. open it up and click on Image --> Stretch/Skew and use the stretch funtion
    I've never been able to post pics directly from my computer...I've always uploaded them to Uploadit.org first. They never showed up (only a link) if I used the Upload Images function at the bottom...
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