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    Default Easiest way to post pictures

    I have done it before but it has been a few years, we just drove a 3,500 mile round trip to get the newest member of our family and I would like to share but can't remember how to post a picture. Any help is appriciated.

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    I like to upload to a photo hosting site like PhotoBucket or Imageshack, then post the link or image from there.
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    You can also download to YouTube and download from there. Just copy the link numbers and paste on rtf thread.
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    Store the photo somewhere on the Internet. Copying and transferring the Internet link of the photo to your post will look something like this

    http://kwicklabs.com/images/MarchLat...chParkBest.jpg

    ....this link has an added (and hidden) RFT HTML code formatting protocol to complete it. This make it easy for the poster to present a photo to the "readers". Clicking on the above link causes the photo to appear.

    However, if you replace the two bracketed, hidden "codes" with [img] and [/img] (before and after with the link in between - no spaces), the photo will appear in your post. Like this.....
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    Avatar150.jpg

    The image uploader in the forum is pretty simple... although there appears to be a file size limit which is typical for most forums.
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    hopefully this works

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    It worked- What a cutie pie! Congratulations on your new addition!
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    Here's one way that I like to do it:


    1. Click on the icon that looks like a tree inside a square with dots at each corner. (hover over it and it says "Insert image"
    2. Click on the "from computer" tab.
    3. Click "select files" button
    4. find filename on your computer and click "open"
    5. Select "Upload file"
    6. Double click on the picture you see in the box.
    7. Select the alignment and size you want, and click OK.
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    Like this;


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