Rick Holly
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There are two ways to post pictures or other attachments. Valid file attachments are: bmp, doc, docx, gif, jpe, jpeg, jpg, pdf, png, rtf, txt, and zip. There is a 100 kb file size limitation.
 
1.) If the photo you want to post is on your computer, click on the Use Full Editor yellow button or the More Reply Options yellow button at the bottom of the box in which you are entering your post. Then click browse to select the file on your computer.
 
2.) If the photo you want to attach is on the Internet, right-click on the photo and COPY the image's URL in properties. Come back to your post and right-click/PASTE the URL into your post. Highlight that URL and click on the chainlink icon at the top of the box in which you are entering your post. (If the person who uploaded the picture you selected on the Internet decides to remove it, your image will be gone, too. I always download the image to my computer, then I upload it from my computer.)
 
Feel free to give it a try. Be brave! You can always edit or delete your post if you didn't get it quite right the first time.  (I do it all the time!)
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ABH-2DavidMcnair
Rick Holly wrote:
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There are two ways to post pictures or other attachments. Valid file attachments are: bmp, doc, docx, gif, jpe, jpeg, jpg, pdf, png, rtf, txt, and zip. There is a 100 kb file size limitation.
 
1.) If the photo you want to post is on your computer, click on the Use Full Editor yellow button or the More Reply Options yellow button at the bottom of the box in which you are entering your post. Then click browse to select the file on your computer.
 
2.) If the photo you want to attach is on the Internet, right-click on the photo and COPY the image's URL in properties. Come back to your post and right-click/PASTE the URL into your post. Highlight that URL and click on the chainlink icon at the top of the box in which you are entering your post. (If the person who uploaded the picture you selected on the Internet decides to remove it, your image will be gone, too. I always download the image to my computer, then I upload it from my computer.)
 
Feel free to give it a try. Be brave! You can always edit or delete your post if you didn't get it quite right the first time.  (I do it all the time!)
. Can I post pictures from my mobile
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Rick Holly
ABH-2DavidMcnair wrote:
Can I post pictures from my mobile
Currently, the mobile version does not offer uploading of pictures, BUT the team that made the mobile version is working on uploading pictures. Hopefully, soon the mobile version will be able to access the smartphones' camera rolls to upload pictures. I know Apple already has an API for uploading pictures. So, the development team just drops Apple's API in their code and it is done! That takes about a minute to do. The problem is writing all the code for all of the different OSs on all of the smartphones running all different versions of OSs for Androids, Blackberry, Windows, etc., just a lot of fragmented operating systems. But code is being written to access your camera roll. Please be patient. Thanks.
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John Green
Rick, please let us know ASAP when the mobile version of picture uploading has been created.

Thanks
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Rick Holly
John Green wrote:
Rick, please let us know ASAP when the mobile version of picture uploading has been created.

Thanks

Roger that.
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