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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 01:02 am
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Tony M
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After finding about 15 missing pics from photo bucket on my posts I decided to have a go at posting pics from the forum galley.

Actually it was quite easy once you got the idea of posting the pics, it is basically the same as loading pics using photo bucket, image shank, Flickr and so on.

What I did was save all the pics in my post by stating with my layout post in HO/00 garden railway was 40 pics in that post and took a few days to change over. Then went though all the other posts and did the same all my pics are now in my gallery under different folders, will show when I start going through how to do it.

Now photo bucket is no more as I cancel that account will do the same with image shank when I tidy up the last lot of pics.

What it boils down to once you get used to uploading pics from the forum gallery you wont look back as it is a great service, thanks to Bernd letting me know and Don from down under.

I would like to find out if anyone is interested in how it is down, I have 10 pics on how it is down, the pics will explain it better.


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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 05:47 am
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Yes please, pictures with posts would be great.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 06:41 am
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Hi Don, no worries, at the moment I am sorting out my gallery folders, joining a couple up.

Haven't uploaded the pics into the gallery as yet, may tonight and post the pics tomorrow.

Do you know how many folders you can have in the gallery I saw one bloke had 16.

Gee I have being on this for a week now and still work ahead, there is still one folder I haven't found yet, that I know there is pics to be changed from image shank, photo bucket has gone now for ever.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 07:56 am
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Have at it Tony. The more explanations the better.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 08:41 am
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Hi Bernd, you can have a sneak preview on my gallery under

Posting pics onto the forum folder, will do that in the morning, getting later over here.

Tony

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 01:31 pm
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Checked out your Gallery. Nicely organized.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 05:23 pm
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Hi Bernd, many thanks I am thinking of shifting the Posting photos folder into the Default folder and keeping that one for those pics unrelated to trains.

Heading over to the post to start posting the pics from the folder, will d split the pics into two posts.

Since to see the sun shine again, nice sunny morning may get a chance to finish off and paint the module that has the entrance track and points into the station platforms after brekkie.

Tony :2t:

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 06:43 pm
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Here we go this I how to post pics onto the post from the forum gallery, quite easy when you get used to doing it a couple of times.

First step is click menu then go to gallery and head to your galley in the list


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Third step is go to the pic with the red arrow and you will at the top of the arrow, hit the square with the three circles and it will come with two IMG you click between that and it will come up with paste. Hit paste which is in pic 4 and bingo

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Next step is fin the pic you want and open it the pid to enlarge it and hit copy


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Forgot the last pic is where you chose the folder the pic is in



I must stress you must hit Preview every time you paste a pic onto the post or if not you will lose it, I have found that out the hard way

Have found that I only needed five pics, one other thing is too when you are posting the pics they don't go where you want them to go as you can see.

What you can do is upload the pics first then add the typing, hope that can help, if any changes let me know.

Happy modelling Tony from down under

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 Posted: Sun Feb 22nd, 2015 09:06 pm
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Ok, Tony. Well done. Thanks.

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 Posted: Mon Feb 23rd, 2015 11:16 am
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Well done, Tony!

Have to say that I'm glad that I have the second line with the ''G''!  Makes things much easier--


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