Posting Pics in a thread?

Discussion in 'TFW2005 Tech Support' started by lostnfound, Jul 7, 2010.

  1. lostnfound

    lostnfound Contructiconvict

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    I am trying to use the "attatchments" button when you go to create a thread, and the pics that I want to upload, won't bloody upload! (about 10 pics) how does everyone who posts a tf feedback thread get their pics on it?
     
  2. John_Force

    John_Force 16xNHRA Funny Car Champ TFW2005 Supporter

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    Did you copy the image hosting link and attach it as a image?
     
  3. lostnfound

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    huh? Not really. I went to the part where it says "attack files" and then it cae up with about 8 or so areas for me to "browse" my computer for an image for it to upload.
     
  4. Howling

    Howling I'M NOT A GUY!!!

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    Try and upload them one at a time, not all at once.
     
  5. GogDog

    GogDog Logic's wayward son Veteran

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    1) It's easier to upload them to Photobucket and link to them from there.
    2) Questions like this belong in the Tech Support forum as this is not a feedback thread.
    3) Make sure there is not already a feedback thread on the toy you are posting pictures of, as we want you to use the existing thread if there is.
     
  6. Joe Moore

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    If the photos are too large then the system will not upload them. Make sure they are of an accepted file format as well.
     
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    Superquad7 We're only human. Super Mod

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    Generally speaking, I tend to operate around 450-500 Kb per image when I'm working with images to share on the web. I've found that to be a good rule of thumb. I hope that helps as well.
     

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