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nope. save them to your computer under my pictures. then hit the button that says upload on the forum under Manage Attatchments. click browse, it will pull up your My Pictures files, just double click on the image and it will be in the box, then just hit Upload and it will attatch it to the thread.
 

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Yep, what he said^^^

All you gotta do is hit the "Manage Attachments" when you're making a post, and a window will pop up, with a bunch of spaces for pictures. Just click on a "Browse" button, find a pic you want to put on here, and keep doing that until you're done. Then hit upload, and go back to the main box and submit your post.
 

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Something about the jpeg numbers that are over 200 when they have to be lower. Should I retake the pictures using a different setting on the digital camera? Thanks
 

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Not too hard to fix, but by this point, you should just email them to someone who offered to host them (above) and let them post them up:cool2:

Don't worry about it--took me a while to get the hang of what the heck to do, too!
 

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this time im resizing the pic 50% smaller... but oki got the hang of it, hope theresa way to automaticlly have them resized so they dont come out so big and cover the whole thread...?
 

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I upload mine to Photobucket...it's free...
Then just paste the link here and they show up...
The actual pic is still on Photobucket.. but it shows up HERE...
Like this... pic of my car yesterday after running thru a swarm of bugs... :) :)

 

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Now that's how many bugs per square inch? Remember to backflush your radiator, Jim, they're plugging up the openings in there at an even tighter rate!

Here you can buy special mesh cloth screens to tie to the front of your rad to stop plugging, but when I drove across the Prairies in summer some of the buggers still had to be hosed out from the rear...
 

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I upload mine to Photobucket...it's free...
Then just paste the link here and they show up...
The actual pic is still on Photobucket.. but it shows up HERE...
Like this... pic of my car yesterday after running thru a swarm of bugs... :) :)

Your DTS needs a Shave.
 

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Bugs are not an issue here in Connecticut. But the trees are budding and the car is covered daily with yellow pollen and green buds falling.
 

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Bugs are not an issue here in Connecticut. But the trees are budding and the car is covered daily with yellow pollen and green buds falling.
You need a California Duster. Springtime here, between the pollen and the dust (when the wind comes sweepin' down the plain) means a spotless 8AM car is a dusted over 5PM car. With the Duster I can get by with once a month washings (as long as there's no rain).
 

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You need a California Duster. Springtime here, between the pollen and the dust (when the wind comes sweepin' down the plain) means a spotless 8AM car is a dusted over 5PM car. With the Duster I can get by with once a month washings (as long as there's no rain).
Those are nice Vic. But for a few weeks in the spring we would need to dust our cars off twice a day! Plus they are wet from moring dew that leaves yellow spots. Bleah!

Usually I just hose off the car just before driving it to work. Today is a sunny 70 degree day and I want to wash the car soo bad, but tomorrow it is supposed to rain all day. The pains of living in New England where the weather changes every day.
 

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Those are nice Vic. But for a few weeks in the spring we would need to dust our cars off twice a day! Plus they are wet from moring dew that leaves yellow spots. Bleah!

Usually I just hose off the car just before driving it to work. Today is a sunny 70 degree day and I want to wash the car soo bad, but tomorrow it is supposed to rain all day. The pains of living in New England where the weather changes every day.

Lately it only takes a few hours and I'm back to a yellow haze.This is actually more annoying than winter around here
 

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Those are nice Vic. But for a few weeks in the spring we would need to dust our cars off twice a day! Plus they are wet from moring dew that leaves yellow spots. Bleah!

Usually I just hose off the car just before driving it to work. Today is a sunny 70 degree day and I want to wash the car soo bad, but tomorrow it is supposed to rain all day. The pains of living in New England where the weather changes every day.
All season tires are popular in New England.
 
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