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Raquel   

file://localhost/Users/raquel_/Desktop/Picture%20clipping.pictClipping

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Jordan   

lets see if this works, tried all the other ways.

Nope. :bawling:

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Test

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It worked!

:)

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<a  href=1911avengerautowhitebalance2_zps99c42874 This is all I'm seeing. Guess things have changed since I last posted. Help please.

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Egyptian   

I just wanted to add a way to upload much larger pictures, for people who want to show more detail on their work.

There is no need to compress the pictures with this method, although this takes up a lot of room on a thread, depending on the size of the pictures.

Steps:

1) Create a Photobucket account on photobucket.com

2) After creating an account you can click the "Upload" button located at the top of the web page on photobucket.com, it should show you a giant box with a choose files or folders button.

3) Locate the pictures you want to add in windows explorer, and then drag and drop them anywhere inside the box. They should now get uploaded onto your Photobucket.

4)After they have finished it should show you the pictures you uploaded below the box, click on the one you want to post.

5) Over on the right hand side of the page, there should be "Share Links" four boxes labeled Email & I'M, Direct, HTML, and IMG

Click on the text inside the box labeled "Direct", this should copy the link.

6)While posting a reply to a thread, click on the little picture button (Looks like a small photo of a tree) on the top editing bar, then paste the link into the box that appears. (Press Ctrl V) and then press OK.

The picture should appear showing you the full size.

Note: To delete the pictures, delete or move them from your Photobucket account, and they will be deleted from any forum you posted them on.

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DocOwens   

Just a test.....

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This is a prime example of why you should upload your photos to this forum rather than paste links in from other photo hosting sites.  If the photo is deleted from the hosting site, then you are left with the image below.  Also if someone closes, or re-organizes their hosting site, all gone from leatherworker.net.  Some of the posts become useless as there is no longer any illustrations in the post. 

It is far better to re-size your photos to fit, so they will stay with your post and complement the text.

Tom

On 7/12/2015 at 8:10 PM, Egyptian said:

I just wanted to add a way to upload much larger pictures, for people who want to show more detail on their work.

There is no need to compress the pictures with this method, although this takes up a lot of room on a thread, depending on the size of the pictures.

Steps:

1) Create a Photobucket account on photobucket.com

2) After creating an account you can click the "Upload" button located at the top of the web page on photobucket.com, it should show you a giant box with a choose files or folders button.

3) Locate the pictures you want to add in windows explorer, and then drag and drop them anywhere inside the box. They should now get uploaded onto your Photobucket.

4)After they have finished it should show you the pictures you uploaded below the box, click on the one you want to post.

5) Over on the right hand side of the page, there should be "Share Links" four boxes labeled Email & I'M, Direct, HTML, and IMG

Click on the text inside the box labeled "Direct", this should copy the link.

6)While posting a reply to a thread, click on the little picture button (Looks like a small photo of a tree) on the top editing bar, then paste the link into the box that appears. (Press Ctrl V) and then press OK.

The picture should appear showing you the full size.

Note: To delete the pictures, delete or move them from your Photobucket account, and they will be deleted from any forum you posted them on.

IMAG01343_zpssyjzx5pa.jpgIMAG00672_zpslyfldwkj.jpg

 

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