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OBrien
post Oct 29 2011, 09:09 AM
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I'm currently waiting for high speed internet access at my home. I'm currently using stinkin' dial up service and don't have the first clue as to how to post a pic. Plus I'm old and out of touch with computer skills. I do have a pic of my bike that I could send as an e-mail if someone is able to post it for me. It would be much appreciated. Otherwise I'd need step by step instructions like a village idiot to perform this task myself. Cheers.

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post Oct 29 2011, 09:25 AM
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O'Brien,

Go to Photobucket and create a free account. You have to create at least one default album - call it O'Brien for now. Upload pictures by clicking the UPLOAD button. At the next screen click on the big green button that says "SELECT PHOTOS AND VIDEOS". This should take you to your hard drive so you can pick the picture off of where it is stored on the hard drive. Once your photo is uploaded, hit save to album. Now make sure you are in the O'Brien album and you should see your picture. Hold the mouse cursor over the picture (don't click it) - a drop down box will appear like magic. There are four things to choose from in the drop down box. Move the mouse down to IMG CODE and left click on those words. You will see the corresponding box to the right go blank for a second then the word "copied" will appear momentarily. You just copied the link to this picture.

Now make a post on this forum somewhere and right click the mouse then click on paste. The URL that you copied will be deposited here between image tags that will display the picture like this:

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post Oct 29 2011, 09:46 AM
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I hope this got it.


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post Oct 29 2011, 09:49 AM
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QUOTE (rotortech @ Oct 29 2011, 10:25 AM) *
O'Brien,

Go to Photobucket and create a free account. You have to create at least one default album - call it O'Brien for now. Upload pictures by clicking the UPLOAD button. At the next screen click on the big green button that says "SELECT PHOTOS AND VIDEOS". This should take you to your hard drive so you can pick the picture off of where it is stored on the hard drive. Once your photo is uploaded, hit save to album. Now make sure you are in the O'Brien album and you should see your picture. Hold the mouse cursor over the picture (don't click it) - a drop down box will appear like magic. There are four things to choose from in the drop down box. Move the mouse down to IMG CODE and left click on those words. You will see the corresponding box to the right go blank for a second then the word "copied" will appear momentarily. You just copied the link to this picture.

Now make a post on this forum somewhere and right click the mouse then click on paste. The URL that you copied will be deposited here between image tags that will display the picture like this:

Good luck



Thanks rotortech.You're a charm.I owe you one.


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post Oct 29 2011, 12:33 PM
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Hey, you're welcome. I see you have this picture posted in about three places now. That should do it. If someone misses seeing it, it won't be your fault. biggrin.gif


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post Oct 29 2011, 12:47 PM
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QUOTE (rotortech @ Oct 29 2011, 01:33 PM) *
Hey, you're welcome. I see you have this picture posted in about three places now. That should do it. If someone misses seeing it, it won't be your fault. biggrin.gif



Well you know how it is when you figure out a new toy. Now if I could just figure out how to put it into my signature just a bit smaller I could complete my obsessive compulsive attention disorder. tongue.gif

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