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Old 01-03-2019, 11:50 PM
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hi all a little while back I posted that I bought a great 1972 corvette for a great price and was asked by many to post some pics !! well I got here home did some work to her and im having problems posting some pics If anyone can help that would be great !! FYI im not a good computer person lol
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Old 01-04-2019, 12:52 AM
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When you are making a post type in your message then leave your cursor where you would like your pic. There is a line above the blank box that you type your post in with what looks like a postcard in it. It is just to the left of the smiley face. Click on it, then when it comes up click on "browse my device". Find the pic in your computer and double click on it then follow the directions that come up. The pic will upload. You can add multiple photos in the same post by repeating the same before hitting post. If you make a mistake you can edit it or delete it by selecting edit at the bottom of your post and changing what you want or hitting delete at the bottom right after selecting edit. You can also post one pic then go back later and add another or multiple pics if you like by using the edit button the same way as you would edit your typed message.

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I'll assume you have the pictures ready to download from your computer.

To dovetail off the prior post this is what you're looking for. And the second picture is what will pop up after you click on the icon.


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There's a sticky in this Help section covering posting pictures:
https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...-pictures.html

We encourage members to read all Announcements and Stickies as they contain important and frequently asked information.

We also suggest reading the Help Guide as it contains important and frequently asked information:
https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...elp-guide.html
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Originally Posted by J T View Post
There's a sticky in this Help section covering posting pictures:
https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...-pictures.html

We encourage members to read all Announcements and Stickies as they contain important and frequently asked information.

We also suggest reading the Help Guide as it contains important and frequently asked information:
https://www.corvetteforum.com/forums...elp-guide.html
I just checked the sticky. For the computer challenged it needs to be updated with the way the forum software works now. Post # 4 in this thread shows the difference between what we have now and how the forum worked 4+ years ago. I know using a computer is no harder than using a Crescent Wrench but there are still idiosyncrasies in how a Crescent wrench is properly used that may not be obvious to the most casual observer.

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