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Old Apr 22nd 2010, 6:54 am
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I'm trying without success to load some clickable thumbnail pics on here. Can anyone please explain how you do this.....as it driving me crazy now

I've tried photobucket and can get full size pics but they take up too much room.

Anyone help......pleeeeeeeeese
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Old Apr 22nd 2010, 7:09 am
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I'm trying without success to load some clickable thumbnail pics on here. Can anyone please explain how you do this.....as it driving me crazy now

I've tried photobucket and can get full size pics but they take up too much room.

Anyone help......pleeeeeeeeese
I'm trying to remember how I do it - click on advanced and then click on attachments, you get a manage attachments window, wait for image selected to upload and then click submit in the normal reply box ........ what's the bet it won't work now !!!

There might be another way as well but I don't know it if there is.
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Old Apr 22nd 2010, 8:59 am
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I'm trying to remember how I do it - click on advanced and then click on attachments, you get a manage attachments window, wait for image selected to upload and then click submit in the normal reply box ........ what's the bet it won't work now !!!

There might be another way as well but I don't know it if there is.
Sorry but when you say click on advanced, where is that?
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When you reply to any normal post there is a tab underneath where you write that says "go advanced" and inside there there is a picture of a paper clip for adding attachments.
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Old Apr 22nd 2010, 10:27 pm
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When you reply to any normal post there is a tab underneath where you write that says "go advanced" and inside there there is a picture of a paper clip for adding attachments.
I'm not seeing "go advanced" on my normal post reply

Any other ideas anyone!!
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Just click on new reply then you will see the paperclip when you click on that it will open a new window. You can then upload your photos.

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Just click on new reply then you will see the paperclip when you click on that it will open a new window. You can then upload your photos.

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Thank you so much Margaret I think I was trying to make it too hard for myself

Here is one of my Sydney photos to show I did it
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Wow, did it work or what?
Nice on Margaret.
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