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bkp 03-24-2009 02:45 PM

I use photobucket and on the pic url there are often additional characters appearing after the .jpg, if you see these you will have to delete them or the pic will not post properly.

tommiecoughlin 03-31-2009 11:11 PM

how about instructions on posting directly from yer puter?

tommiecoughlin 03-31-2009 11:21 PM

wah-lah....just like Winton explained...a photo of me girlfriend appears. I keep telling her I'm a little too old for her, but she just won't listen.:hammertime:

yusamile 04-01-2009 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by tommiecoughlin (Post 142656)
how about instructions on posting directly from yer puter?

One of the unfortunate things about Photofuckwit is they'll delete your more explicit pics. Not good for those who wish to see a little more of Thailands natural wunda's than temples and beaches. So posting from your computer is the other option but because of the size restriction on your pics here they need to be resized. One easy way to do that is to download one of many image resizers available free on the net.

The one i use is Image Resizer from Microsofts Powertoys for XP , half way down the list on this page . D'load is on the right. Its small and easy to use.

You simply install it and whenever you view an image on your comp that is too large for PR , you right click and an option to " Resize Pics " will appear, on it and it will give you several different size option. The Small or Medium size will be handled well depending on the size of the original. Image Resizer will place the resized and renamed copy of the original in the same folder as the original .

Once your in PR and your in your " reply to post " or " post new thread " message window you simply use the, " Manage Attachments " option under your message window to search for and upload your pics from the folder on your PC, Once you have them, select " Upload " and it will insert your pics across the page automatically.

If you want to add text in between pics the best way i have found is to click on the little paper clip above the text in the message window and you will see your pics listed there. Select one and it will attach it for you, then write your text and select your next one. The only thing about doing it this way is it seems to only create thumbnails which can be enlarged by clicking on the image. They will howeva be listed vertically in your reply.

Hope this helps,...lets see if it works with some friend from Poohget.

Mae without clothes
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Mae with clothes
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ruhorny 04-02-2009 04:50 AM

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ok lets see if I got this rightAttachment 9647 OK open your legs sugarAttachment 9648 hey cool,nice assAttachment 9649 now give us a wink honeyAttachment 9650Thanx yusamilie they didn't appear in ascending order but it works .

bouncer 04-02-2009 05:10 AM

Thyanks mate good stuff.

bell 08-31-2011 05:44 PM

what other ways can i put photos on here? i have used photobucket and have tride the way yusamile said but cant get it to work on vista. is there any other ways. thanks

gonzo 08-31-2011 06:48 PM


Originally Posted by bell (Post 210359)
what other ways can i put photos on here? i have used photobucket and have tride the way yusamile said but cant get it to work on vista. is there any other ways. thanks

Basically they're the only 2 ways, it's either linking to a pic hosting site like Photobucket or uploading them directly. Should work with vista, did for me anyway. Only thng is you'll need to resize your photos first due to the size limits. Picasa is a good free program that can do this for you. Load the pics into Picasa, select the ones you want to post, click 'file' at the top left, choose 'export pics to folder', this should bring up a resizing option - 640 tends to work best for loading here.

bell 08-31-2011 07:05 PM

thanks matt will have a look at that picasa

bell 08-31-2011 07:36 PM

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thanks got it working

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