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Kram 2nd October 2002 07:18 PM

posting pics, how??

Sorry, I know this has been asked time and time again on this and many other forums but how exactly do you post pics?

Am i right in thinking that you need a host or something to put your pics on first?
If that is the case could someone recomend a free one please?

Thank you

Holger Barske 2nd October 2002 07:25 PM

No, you don't need a host.
There's an "attach file" button at the end of the posting window. If you attach a picture it will be displayed.

fcel 2nd October 2002 07:30 PM

I have also asked this question a couple of times before but still not successful in uploading pictures (or anything) from my computer HARD DRIVE. I have followed this web site direction but no luck so far. Could it be my computer is too old or it won't work with Window 98?

Kram 2nd October 2002 07:30 PM

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Hello HBarske, I think that is the quickest reply Ive ever had, thank you:cool:

Kram 2nd October 2002 07:37 PM

Hello fcel,

It worked for me (assuming everyone else can see a pic of Patouche II)

All i had to do was click on the Browse button in the Attach file bit under where you would type up a post and select a pic from your hard drive. I use Win 98 as well.

fcel 2nd October 2002 07:50 PM

Yes, I can see the pix that you posted. I did exactly what you did but it does not work for me. Anybody else has any more ideas?

peranders 2nd October 2002 08:36 PM

fcel, have you checked which types of files that are allowed?

gif, jpg, png, txt, zip, bmp, jpeg (mac), note pdf won't work unless you zip it first.

Note also MAX 100000 bytes!

fcel 2nd October 2002 09:20 PM

Yes, I've checked the size and type of file ... I've tried with jpg file that is (only) 50K in file size.

Holger Barske 2nd October 2002 09:25 PM

Could you explain what happens if you try to?

fcel 2nd October 2002 09:36 PM

When I hit "Preview Reply", whatever I type as text will show up as usual but the pix attachement does not show up ... as if I have never gone to grab that pix file from my hard drive.

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