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Re: Posting Photos to Forum 31 Jul 2015 01:28 #61

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Hi Dima ,Basicly any of the Photo hosting site as like the ones you mentioned ..There is a new forum Frame work being trialed which allows photos straight from your computer{I beleive } .Still a while away yet .

Thanks for the answer. I would like it is easier.

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Re: Posting Photos to Forum 31 Jul 2015 10:24 #62

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Dima, Photobucket & Flicker are the 2 most common photo hosting sites. Google images is another one you can use.
The New Forum is in the testing stage, I've used It, & adding Photos is very easy & straight forward!!
But unfortunately I've no idea on what timeframe the HCVC Committee have for the changeover..
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Re: Posting Photos to Forum 31 Jul 2015 15:48 #63

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Dima, Photobucket & Flicker are the 2 most common photo hosting sites. Google images is another one you can use.
The New Forum is in the testing stage, I've used It, & adding Photos is very easy & straight forward!!
But unfortunately I've no idea on what timeframe the HCVC Committee have for the changeover..

Thanks! As long wait. For a site much better if easily insert images. I hope you will quickly test the option. Frankly. If the image is easy to insert, I have a lot of images might suggest. I think all Participants of the forum will be grateful to you.

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Re: Posting Photos to Forum 10 Nov 2016 14:08 #176095

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I just had a 2.56 MB photo rejected by the forum, I thought up to 3 MB was allowed? I'll go reread the instructions when I get a chance.

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Re: Posting Photos to Forum 10 Nov 2016 16:27 #176096

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I just had a 2.56 MB photo rejected by the forum, I thought up to 3 MB was allowed? I'll go reread the instructions when I get a chance.


Normally 3mb is the limit for each image so if you want to send the image to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. I can have a look at it and find out why it got rejected.

There was another limit that I noticed during testing that could reject images with large dimensions, for example if the pixel height was multiplied by the pixel width then it could also exceed some internal limitation of the software that does the conversion. This maybe an issue for you also.

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Posting Photos to Forum 11 Feb 2017 06:09 #179396

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As someone who normally takes his camera to truck shows & leaves with it unused, how is the posting of photo's to the forum update going. Is the new direct posting system up & running yet. Cheers Tim ;)
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Posting Photos to Forum 11 Feb 2017 07:46 #179398

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Hi,
Photo inserted from "My Computer".
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Posting Photos to Forum 11 Feb 2017 09:27 #179400

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As someone who normally takes his camera to truck shows & leaves with it unused, how is the posting of photo's to the forum update going. Is the new direct posting system up & running yet. Cheers Tim ;)


If it is just a camera you are leaving in the truck then it needs a computer to move the photos to before you can upload them. If it is a smartphone/tablet that has an internet/wifi connection then you use the Attachments/Add \Files option in the post you want the images to appear.

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Posting Photos to Forum 11 Feb 2017 10:29 #179403

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Hi Terry, I usually go to truck shows with the good intentions of taking some photo's, but when I get home the camera has stayed in the truck all day & no photo's have been taken. I have very few photo's over the years, even when I was working. Cheers Tim ;)
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Posting Photos to Forum 11 Apr 2017 20:31 #181513

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Another handy tool for saving pics or screen shots is the snipping tool.
support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/13776/w...-capture-screenshots
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