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    Default Directions on how to post a picture

    I noticed that there have been a few people here on the forums who wanted to post a picture but didn't know how. I talked to the mods and they gave the ok for me to make a thread on how to post pictures.

    1) Right click the picture you want and save the photo in the "My Pictures" section of your desktop.



    2) Then go to photobucket.com to host the picture. Click on the browse button to find the picture you just saved. After you find it click on the upload button.



    3) The last code it list ([IMG] code) is the one you want. Copy the code then paste it on here and it will give you a picture.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Slickrick214
    I noticed that there have been a few people here on the forums who wanted to post a picture but didn't know how... go to photobucket.com to host the picture. Click on the browse button to find the picture you just saved. After you find it click on the upload button... The last code it list ([IMG] code) is the one you want. Copy the code then paste it on here and it will give you a picture...
    Of course for small file photos the easier way is just to (a) click on the little paperclip picture at the top of a response window (b) fill in the window "upload file from your computer" by using the browse button to the image file on your computer, then (c) finish with the upload button.

    You can click on the little "close this window" when you're done.

    I've done that here in a few seconds, see the period range finder drawing attached.

    - Dan Wykes
    Last edited by Danny; 03-18-2009 at 09:12 AM.

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    Now that I can understand.
    Now if someone would take me by the hand and walk me through the partial quotes section like the one done on posting pictures, that would be great.
    P.L. Parault




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    Quote Originally Posted by Parault
    Now that I can understand.
    Now if someone would take me by the hand and walk me through the partial quotes section like the one done on posting pictures, that would be great.

    Hallo!

    Herr P.L.!

    When you want to reply with a quote, just hit the "Quote" button at the bottom right (your right not the screen's right) corner.

    That will open up a reply window/box with the quote in it. Left click and drag over the portion of the quoted test you do not want. That will highlight it. Then click on your keyboard's "delete" button. Poof. (unless you deleted the quote or end quote brackets portion of the quote.) If you want the whole thing, leave it be.

    There might be an easier way, but I am computer illiterate and a Luddite.

    (More times than not, I just left click and drag, ot highlight the portion i want form the original post, and cut and paste it in my reply- because I think it is faster than editing a long post for only the bit or bits I want.)

    CHS
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    I do not portray a Civil War soldier, I merely interpret one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parault
    Now that I can understand.
    Now if someone would take me by the hand and walk me through the partial quotes section like the one done on posting pictures, that would be great.
    I'm sure there's any easier way to do multiple post then the way I'm going to explain but this is how I do it. I open a word document and copy and paste the quotes I want to respond to. Then I go back and forth copying an pasing the quotes from word to here and respond to each person.
    Retired Civil War Re-enactor

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    Default Adding an avatar?

    I don't see a way to add an avatar with my username. I'm sure I'm overlooking something, but any help would be appreciated. My face is immaculate and would make a great addition to the forums and I just want people to have the privilege of seeing it

    Chris Hanks
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    Chris, you are still a Junior Member. While you've been here awhile, you've not made enough posts to flip over into Registered User status.

    Besides all your posts being moderated, it also means there are features in your profile you can't access. You can't add attachments, upload stuff, send private messages, or use the sales forum.

    The limitation is there to help us discern who the spammers are, but it is a bit frustrating at times.

    So, talk about CW stuff-- and soon enough, you can upload an avatar.

    It's probably time we cut this sticky post loose, as the picture uploader works now, and is pretty straightforward. Yay!
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    Howdy,
    Every time I try to send or post a picture that I have taken with my digital camera,the picture is absolutely massive.....you have to scroll left and right and up and down to see the whole thing.How can I reduce the size of a picture that I want to post? I save the pictures on my computer.I have looked and looked to try to figure it out myself, but the more I look the more clueless I realize that I truly am.
    Sincerely,
    John Rogers

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    Default How to reduce the size of a picture--easily!

    John,
    The easiest way I know how to reduce the size of a picture is to open it with the Paint program. Then go to "Image," then "Stretch/Skew." You can adjust the size by whatever percentage you want. I usually start with 50%. If that is still too big, undo it and try 25 or 35%. But you always want to undo it first before trying another size because if you reduce it to 50%, then 25% (of that 50%), you will lose a lot of the resolution. Save the reduced picture to your computer (I use 50% in the filename, to keep it separate) then upload from there.

    Hope this helps.
    Joni

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    Quote Originally Posted by joni View Post
    John,
    The easiest way I know how to reduce the size of a picture is to open it with the Paint program. Then go to "Image," then "Stretch/Skew." You can adjust the size by whatever percentage you want. I usually start with 50%. If that is still too big, undo it and try 25 or 35%. But you always want to undo it first before trying another size because if you reduce it to 50%, then 25% (of that 50%), you will lose a lot of the resolution. Save the reduced picture to your computer (I use 50% in the filename, to keep it separate) then upload from there.

    Hope this helps.
    Joni
    I have windows 8 and when I open a picture I do so in Paint. While in paint under the HOME tab go to "resize" on the tool bar. A little window pops up with percentage already selected. Change this to PIXELS. Take the largest value of the horizontal or vertical and select a number lower than what it already (I usually start with half value) is and click on OK. By selecting one value Paint will automatically reduce the size and keep the ratio of the picture the same. Save the picture and if it is still to large reduce it again.
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