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ClimbingH

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Hey Group-

What commands do you need to type to insert a photo directly to the body of the text? I tried the photo link, but you still need to click on the link. I will eventually figure out myself, but a little hint would be faster.

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luddites. rolleyes.gif

i jus make a photo attachement then re-edit the post and put the url thing that point to the pictue in the images jobber. mmmkay?

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trask said:

go fuck yourself

 

I would but it doesn't do any good regarding the photo editing. Nonetheless, thanks for your input.

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For that command to work your photo needs to on the internet already AND needs to have a specific suffix. .jpg, .jpeg, or .gif I think. Also be careful not to put spaces between the image tags and the photo URL.

 

If you don't already have the photo on the internet, you can upload it (as long as it's climbing related rolleyes.gifboxing_smiley.gif) onto the photo gallery (click that little "photo gallery" thingy at the top of the page. Another way is, as Lummox described, to upload the photo as an attachment. I think you need to preview the post in order to see the attachment deal.

 

Once you've got the photo on the internet one of these ways, you can find out it's URL by getting it on the screen (the one on the internet) and right clicking on it and looking at "properties".

 

This all works for Windows. With a Mac I think you're totally fucked laugh.gifboxing_smiley.gif.

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You need the complete url, no spaces, you're not really doing anything wrong. If you click on the 'image' link in the 'instant UBB code' box to the right on the 'reply' page, all you have to do is enter the entire URL.

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ClimbingH said:

trask said:

go fuck yourself

 

I would but it doesn't do any good regarding the photo editing. Nonetheless, thanks for your input.

but you could post pictures of that. grin.gif

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trask said:

go fuck yourself

 

Sounds like another newby woman rejected Trasks pm'ed advances.

 

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