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Old 02-02-2011, 06:37 PM   #15
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Yes you have to upload in the photo section first. But the ones you put in the photo section will be in my photos access if you need them in the future.
This simply is not true. At the top of the message box (Advanced) is a paperclip icon. Click on that icon and in the upper left of the page that opens you'll get a 'Browse' window. Hit one of the browse buttons and navigate the photo (or photos) you want to upload to your post. Once you've done that hit "Upload". You can upload 4 photos at a time, up to a dozen, I think, to any single post.

I've never posted my photos used here elsewhere, including the illustration attached in this one.
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And you don't have to resize them? COOL!
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Old 02-02-2011, 07:25 PM   #17
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And you don't have to resize them? COOL!
Below the browse buttons there is a chart showing how large any one image can be, depending on it's format, but more than likely, no, you won't have to resize, unless you're taking really large resolution photos.
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Thanks JMonroe I will try it, its new to me but what do I know.
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Jay's got it. Clicking the paperclip (once you've clicked the button) is the easiest way to get photos from your computer into your posts.

It works the same way, but you can also click on the Go Advanced button (if you are typing in the Quick Reply Message:box), then scroll down the page & click on the Manage Attachments button. The same window will open where you can browse your computer & upload photos.

For most pictures, the auto-resizing works like a dream. I've had only a handful of photos backfire, but they were landscapes & HUGE file sized.

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Barb,

That looks like a nice coach! My wife and I are trying to decide on the spot for our first trip! Panama City is near the top of the list but it might be a bit far.

Is this your first RV?

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Thanks JMonroe I will try it, its new to me but what do I know.
Don't feel bad, Roger. I didn't know about that paperclip thingy either until Jay told me about it a yr or so ago. I was uploading to the photos section & then adding the photos with the [img][/img] method. Even us longtimers can learn from the newer members.

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That looks like a nice coach! My wife and I are trying to decide on the spot for our first trip! Panama City is near the top of the list but it might be a bit far.

Is this your first RV?

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Thanks everyone. I'm learning.
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