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    Posting Pictures (Video Tutorial)

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    Post by Ivo on Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:14 pm

    Good Day to All!

    I'm updating this section with a much better simplified explanation on how to post pictures here. It isn't my explanation, but I admit that I could not have written it simpler/better myself.

    O.k.....it's really easy, just let me get past the long
    explanations.

    There are 3 way I know of to post a picture.
    From
    another websight
    From Photobucket account
    From your home computer

    They
    all have one thing in common, you will need to copy and paste a
    "address" for your picture into one of the above buttons.

    See
    that row of buttons above the area when typing a post? They do great
    things, check them all out.
    This one, Posting Pictures (Video Tutorial) Picture_save, allows you
    to post pictures from your computer by picking the picture, picking the
    size, then hosting it. This gives you a address you can copy and put
    into out next button.

    This button Posting Pictures (Video Tutorial) Picture is where all
    picture address will be pasted. click this button and paste the address
    you got from the above hosting or from Photobucket or another website.

    How
    to take pictures from another website

    If you see a cool picture
    on another site and you want to post it here you can right click on the
    picture and then click on 'Properties' and it will show you the address.
    Copy and paste this address.

    How to post pictures from
    Photobucket.com

    Go to photobucket.com and create a account.
    Upload and store pictures in your account. Copy the 'direct link' to the
    picture and then paste in the Picture Button.

    So...to post
    pictures.
    1. Copy the address from one of the tree areas mentioned
    above.
    2. Push the Posting Pictures (Video Tutorial) Picture Picture Button.
    3.
    Paste the address of the picture into the blank space.
    4. Press the
    OK button.

    There is also a VIDEO button up there, it works kinds
    the same. You can also store video in Photobucket accounts and post them
    by using the EMBED code.
    Use the EMBED code when pasting any YouTube
    or Photobucket videos.

    Special thanks to SINZA of the Exotic Automatic weapons forum for making this tutorial available.

    PS: Continue down the thread for a tutorial video for an example of posting a picture on the forum.


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    Post by Ivo on Fri Oct 29, 2010 11:02 pm

    Good Day to All...or is it Night? Posting Pictures (Video Tutorial) 602584

    What ever the case...- "I finished the video tutorial that some of you have been waiting for...Enjoy!" Very Happy