Attaching photos

Public High Lakes Forum Forum Issues Attaching photos

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    • #81372
      Anonymous
      Participant

      How do I post a pic on this site.

      Caveman

    • #85424
      Brian Curtis
      Keymaster

      @Caveman wrote:

      How do I post a pic on this site.

      If the image exists on another server you can use the Img button to add the pic to your post. If you don’t have another service available you can use the Add Attachment button to attach a picture. That button is below the box where you type in your reply.

    • #85425
      mcmahon2005
      Participant

      I really dont know how to but sooperfly posted a pic for me so you could talk to him.

    • #85426
      caveman
      Participant

      There is no attachment where I post my reply.
      I guess I am stupid.

      Caveman[/img]

    • #85427
      Brian Curtis
      Keymaster

      Here’s a screen shot that shows the button to click to browse your hard drive to add an attachment (on some browsers the button might say Choose File, or something similar).

    • #85428
      mcmahon2005
      Participant

      On our computers we dont have that area where we can attach files

    • #85429
      Brian Curtis
      Keymaster

      Wow, I don’t know why you aren’t seeing the attachment area. I see the problem now and I’ll see if I can get if fixed.

    • #85430
      Brian Curtis
      Keymaster

      I found the problem. I’m sorry about the confusion. You should be able to attach photos now.

    • #85431
      mcmahon2005
      Participant

      Just testing

      This fish wasn;t froma n alpien lake im just testing out the fie attachment thing.

    • #85432
      Anonymous
      Participant

      I had the same problem a while back, just figured the site wasn’t accepting jpeg’s for a bit cause I saw no attachment click-on way to do it. Glad to see it’s back now. Thanks from all of us.

      McPil

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