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HippieDalek

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PostSubject: Tutorial: How to post pictures   Tue Apr 05, 2011 2:54 am

I've had a few people asking me how to post pictures in messages so thought I'd make a thread about it.

1) When you're making a new post click this button


2) You will get this dialog box. Choose the file you want and press "Host it"


3) This is where it gets a bit more confusing. You will get this screen

You need to copy one of these links, I usually go with the middle one, Image. So far pressing any of the copy buttons hasn't worked for me so just highlight the link you want and presss ctrl + v then paste it into your message. Pressing 'Upload' returns you to the first screen.

Annoyingly there doesn't seem to be any way to close the popup once it's been opened so I'd recommend typing your full message first before adding pictures, otherwise you need to type underneath it.

I hope this helps!
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PeaceMaker1

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PostSubject: Re: Tutorial: How to post pictures   Fri May 20, 2011 12:16 am

HippieDalek wrote:

When you want to close the box just click this icon again and the box will vanish! Wink
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