Posting pictures?

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Posting pictures?

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Could somebody walk me through the process of posting images on this forum. Thanks in advance, kenjamin
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create an image to post that is no more than about 100K (larger images take a long time to load).

in the full editor mode (not 'quick post') scroll to the bottom of the page to the 'If you wish to attach one or more files ...' section.

press the 'browse' button.

find your image, left-mouse-click to select the image, and then press the 'open' button.

the pathway to the image will not show in the 'filename' window.

if you like add a comment in the 'file comment' window.

press the 'add the file' button.

a window will popup and the file will upload.

the editor screen will reload and just below the text entry field (where you type your post text) there is now a field call 'attachments'.

press the 'place inline' button.

text will not show in the text window -

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[attachment=0]momma kitty on boat.jpg[/attachment]
the above text will 'tell' the browser to display the attached image within the text of the post. within your post you can move this text, using cut and paste, to the location you prefer.

you can check if your post looks acceptable by pressing the 'preview' button.

to 'post' your text and image be sure to press the 'submit' button.

hope the above assists.

picture of Momma Kitty below :)
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Let's see if my redfish will post.
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fish look good ... let us mix up some beer batter and fry those up!! :lol: ;)
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these are the last two boats that I have built. Trying to upload pictures. This is a test if it works many thanks
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Looking good, Fred. What did you decide on the mast? kenjamin
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Hey Ken,, I believe I have no choice but to go with a Square Mast rounded off on the corners.

Next Pictures will be of the building of the SCAMP.

Notice that the mast and boom Is bamboo. I used a Leg of Mutton sail. My wife sewed the sail (80 sq ft) and (20 sq ft on front sail) all cotton , no Dacron available here.. She was not very fast. Maybe about a fast walk. The chocks are mahogany home made and the ore locks are home made. Paddle home made with rope windings. 15 hp motor inside motor well. Dagger board and rudder in inside and can't be seen from this picture. I used 3/8 stanless plumbing nipples and elbows for the Gudgeons & Pintles. When you don't have you make.

You see Ken you have to be an inventor here if you build.
Thanks goes to Wdscobie for this walk through.
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