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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2000, 03:50 AM Thread Starter
 
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Just trying out my new digital camera. I think I`m about to get the hang of this.


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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2000, 04:17 AM
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Looks good so far. How 'bout tryin' it out again, this time with a couple of shots of the front and the sides.

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Let`s see if these work.






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Jeff, a guy can never see too many pics of people's jeeps. Thanks for sharing. I gotta get me one of those digital cameras.



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I don't have a digital but I think I'll try a scanned in picture.

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I beleive I figured out how to make larger pictures under 100kb's. I'll try one more. How do you get them directly to the post instead of the link though? Sorry I don't have any cool off-road footage. I figured some of you have seen this sight before. The small bondo spots on the bottom of the grill and the place on the passenger fender is where she took a load of buckshot in the face one time. Don't ask me how. It was there when I drug it home.

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post #7 of (permalink) Old 12-07-2000, 01:37 AM Thread Starter
 
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Click on "markup in your posts"
It`ll explain everything on posting pics and all. You have to have a website to post your pics on though to be able to get them to show up without making them an attachment. Most internet providers give their customers a certain amount of space to use for personal web pages and such.

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I posted this to the Zuki board awhile back.

OK, if you can't follow this, let me know.

1) To post a link (no picture), and make it clicky, just type {url}name of file here{/url}, but replace the {} with [].

2) To post a pic, so it comes up in the text portion, it first has to be on the web somewhere else. I use an album at photo point (it's free and easy to use) to put my pics online. From there I go to the pic, and hit "copy". Then I go to a post, and type {image}name of copied file here{/image}, replacing the {} with [] once again. That's it.

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JEEPN,

Thanks for posting the 'How-to' on how to put the picture in the text.

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