|12-31-2010, 12:38 AM||#13|
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Re: testing testing
Now, in the "Quick reply" box that opened, click the "Go Advanced" button at the bottom.
Start typing your message.
When you want to include a picture, (or prepare before, or do at the end and then go back and plunk them in) click the paperclip icon.
That will open a "browse" window, where you locate the images (on your PC) you wish to post.
After you've selected one (or a few), click the "Upload" button.
*That* is when your images are sent to the server.
If there are problems (too large an image, wrong file types, etc), you'll get messages in that browse window.
Assuming they made it OK, i click "Close Window" (to get it out of my face.. you can recall it).
NOW: click in your message body where you want the image to appear.
Up next to the right of the paperclip icon is a "drop-box" triangle. Click it.
You will get a list of the files you uploaded, and the line "manage attachments" (which brings back the Browse).
Click on the name of the image/file you'd like included at the current cursor location.
The code to include it will appear (visibly) in your message.
Repeat (place cursor by clicking in message, use drop-box to select which image goes there) until happy.
If you *don't* select some/all of your uploaded attachments, they'll be automatically placed after your text when you click "Submit Reply" below the "Advanced" text editing window.
(note the additional options below that button, too)
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