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Old 12-05-09, 08:52 AM   #1
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Posting pictures

Don't see anywhere else to post this question. Why do some pictures (mine included) come in as thumbnails that have to be enlarged in a separate window when others come in full size? Any help would be appreciated.
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Old 12-05-09, 09:30 AM   #2
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The full size photos are posted by linking to the url of a photo on a website. Many of us upload our photos to online photo storage sites like Photobucket, Flickr and others.
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What BluesDawg said. There is a limit to how big a pic you can upload from your computer to the forum; so if you want to post a bigger one, simply get a free account at a photo-storage site and link from there using the 'insert image' icon.
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Old 12-05-09, 10:46 AM   #4
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Okay. Have posted pictures from Photobucket before but guess I need some remedial training. THe "insert image" icon...is that on Photobucket or on this forum?
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Okay. Have used Photobucket before but need to be retrained. Is the "insert image" icon on this forum. Guess it is. Will try a test:
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Old 12-05-09, 10:53 AM   #6
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Great: Thanks for information. I had apparently not entered the right code from Photobucket.
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OK, now that you know how to post big pictures, we expect to see ahobuncha good ones, like bikes, riding, pretty people (noe I didn't say "girls") in lycra and sunsets.
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OK, now that you know how to post big pictures, we expect to see ahobuncha good ones, like bikes, riding, pretty people (noe I didn't say "girls") in lycra and sunsets.
I'll keep that in mind.
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"Girls" are a bit boring. "Women" are much better. MUCH better.
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Photos gotta be cycling-related. Sorta.
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Quick post to see if I learned anything. BTW this is my System 6.





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Old 12-06-09, 04:22 PM   #14
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What causes "Little red X syndrome?" or LRXS . . .

[/IMG]This is test

This is a test, but I failed, just got a little red x.

Ooops, failed again.


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This is from your photo album, I believe

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[QUOTE=DnvrFox;10113763]This is from your photo album, I believe

Right you are! That is the photo I was using as my test case. Good to see you got rid of the LRxS!

So do you know what I was doing wrong? Obviously you did it right!

Oh, the photo, yes that's my brother's bike when I was about half way done fixing it. Backdrop is my back porch "bike shop."

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