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How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  Admin on Thu Mar 10, 2016 4:57 pm

Recent updates to the forum software included a new image uploader. With this, you can now upload multiple pictures at once. I'll be adding step by step pictures, but for now I have made a video.


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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  RknRusty on Thu Mar 10, 2016 10:40 pm

Ah, okay, so you use the link starting with "[URL=..." I'd been using the plain http string and adding [img] tags. That works, but takes more steps.
Also when choosing multiple pictures with a keyboard, you can hold down the CTRL key and select all three with less motions.

Thanks for the work making the video, Jacob. Great job.
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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  Admin on Fri Mar 11, 2016 1:46 am

RknRusty wrote:Ah, okay, so you use the link starting with "[URL=..." I'd been using the plain http string and adding [img] tags. That works, but takes more steps.
Also when choosing multiple pictures with a keyboard, you can hold down the CTRL key and select all three with less motions.

Thanks for the work making the video, Jacob. Great job.
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I actually prefer to type the [img] tags manually with just the image URL in between. It's easier to show it done with just one step though, lessens confusion.

You can also drag the pictures to the uploader from your desktop. You can upload up to 25 pictures at a time.

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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  getback on Mon Mar 14, 2016 6:15 pm

I LOV IT ~~YOU BOB ??
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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  getback on Fri Mar 18, 2016 11:40 am

Here you go Dane.
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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  rsv1cox on Fri Mar 18, 2016 2:09 pm

getback wrote:I LOV IT ~~YOU BOB ??

Ya, Now that I have it working Eric. Internet Explorer just would not recognize the new host it system so I switched brousers to Google Chrome.

I finally made it to the LHS, last two Eric, I'll split them with you. I asked him if they were hard to get, he said he didn't think so but when he went to order a new supply it came up as "Not available." He said if he had known that he would have charged more for them. I took display and all, may be a collectors item some day. Smile I will get it out to you early next week. Feel honored, I will ship it in the same box that Ron Cribbs sent me an Enya .19. Thanks Ron.



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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  Dane Martin on Fri Mar 18, 2016 2:15 pm

Thanks Eric!
For those of us on a phone, this is much easier!!
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Re: How to post an image in a topic. (Updated 3-10-2016)

Post  getback on Fri Mar 18, 2016 10:33 pm

rsv1cox wrote:
getback wrote:I LOV IT ~~YOU BOB ??

Ya, Now that I have it working Eric.  Internet Explorer just would not recognize the new host it system so I switched brousers to Google Chrome.

I finally made it to the LHS, last two Eric, I'll split them with you.  I asked him if they were hard to get, he said he didn't think so but when he went to order a new supply it came up as "Not available."  He said if he had known that he would have charged more for them.  I took display and all, may be a collectors item some day.  Smile  I will get it out to you early next week.  Feel honored, I will ship it in the same box that Ron Cribbs sent me an Enya .19.  Thanks Ron.  



Cool you got the display too lol! I DO FEEL HONORED !! GLAD I JUST HAPPENED TO CHECK THIS POST , PM me the total and let me pay pal you sir. Eric St.Pats Beers
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uploading photos and Ambroid glue

Post  Bill steklenski on Fri Sep 22, 2017 6:48 am

thanks for the uploading info, I will have to go over it a few times to get use to it. My new weekend schedule will give me time to get my Cox car models on the site. By the way, I wonder what happened to the Ambroid glue? I bought 6 of them years back and mailed to a friend up north, I don't know if they went out of business or just make it on partial runs. I always enjoyed using it but I believe most guys use the CynoAcryrolate for balsa. Bill. Small Cox Logo Small Cox Logo
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