Posting pics

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  1. richr

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    Can one of you good people help with posting pics as in a dummies guide.

    I did a search but couldn't find a step by step help.

    For some reason my mind has gone blank, think i have been brainwashed by the Kiwi's lol

    Thanks Rich
     
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    Click "upload a file" tab below reply panel. Search for your piccie
     
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    OK, what you do is the following, first click on the upload a file button:
    upload button.jpg
    When the upload completes, you get these options:
    buttons.jpg
    Click whichever you want, and presto, image is uploaded :D
     

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    on the same topic can anybody tell me the benefit of showing images as thumbnails, which as far as I can see then need to be opened up to view
     
  6. richr

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    20160317_115930.jpg Just testing@barclaybasher
     
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    I guess if you have a lot of pics in a post and select full size image it takes up a lot of page space.
    Selecting thumbnails only takes up a small space.
     
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    Im getting there thanks

    Just need to sort out the text lol
     
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    I won't be doing loads of pics just the odd one or two, but point taken re quantity :)
     
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    They auto size so best to select full image size
     
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    Thats not what I meant Andy.
    If you have say 6 pics to display then displaying thumbnails only takes up a very small amount of space on that page the post is on.
    If you display full image size it takes up a large amount of page space to show 6 full images all below each other....which some folks maybe wont want to see.
     
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    Its far more annoying having to open every single one.
    Generally people do not realise you can select full size image
     
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