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Posting Photos Using BMXsociety as your host

#1 AGUILAR3 Posted 03 February 2010 - 05:44 AM

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I'll post it in Riding, Research & Collecting where everyone will see it.

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as you can see, there are 2 options when posting a response. A and B
(Add Reply and Fast Reply)

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Option A (Add Reply) will let you respond with TEXT and an Image (image uploader)

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Option B (Fast Reply) will let you respond with a quick TEXT response . Note that you can click on Full Editor (see image) if you decide that you want to add an image after opting for a Fast Reply. By doing so, you will get redirected to option A's image uploader page (see above)
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There are 8 simple steps to attaching an image

1, Click "Choose File"
2, Choose image you would like to add from drop down box
3, click "Add This File" to upload file

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4, once attached , file will show here
5, click "Add to post" to attach file to message box
6, file is attached to message box
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7, click "Add Reply"
8, Attached image will be posted in response
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You have just uploaded an image. (click to enlarge)

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For multiple uploads.

You need to enable Flash uploader by either going to "My Settings"(upper right hand corner of welcome page) or by clicking on "Help with attaching files" (see below)

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check box (Enable Flash uploader)
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click "attach files" for multiple uploads at the same time. Upload status bar shown
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#2 S.Brothers Posted 03 February 2010 - 05:50 AM

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Incredible. Thanks, Hector!

For those struggling to resize their photos:

Photo resizing software. Free:

Also, apparently with some Windows users, simply e-mailing photos to yourself will resize them for you automatically. Idunno.gif



Here's another re-sizing application.  It's on line... you don't have to download the application, you just resize it on line then download the resized image.  Allows you to rotate image and make other changes:

#3 lboorse2 Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:44 PM

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Hector - I'm currently leading a project in my department at work to develop a complete operational manual. From a technical writing standpoint, that's brief, to the point, and easy to understand.

Very nicely done.

One thing I do want to mention though that's a little different from the old site -- you can select multiple photos to attach to the message at once. No more selecting a photo, attaching, waiting for it to upload, and then doing it 2 or 3 more times for how ever many more photos you might have.
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#4 S.Brothers Posted 25 November 2011 - 05:37 PM

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with BOTY coming up... many of you might want to review this.

#5 63v-dub Posted 12 December 2011 - 12:41 AM

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I need help uploading my pics for the BOTY survivor

#6 S.Brothers Posted 12 December 2011 - 12:49 AM

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I need help uploading my pics for the BOTY survivor

Ok, send me one. Let me see what you are trying to do. let me know who you are when you send the e-mail so I know I'm talking to the right guy.

You should be able to upload them on your own. That's why I want to see one of the shots you are having trouble with, so I can see what the issue might be.

Most likely, it is the size of the photo.

This resizing software can help:

#7 TrulyOdd Posted 11 December 2012 - 04:26 AM

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if you tried to upload the photos after writing up a bunch of text, the page links might have expired. copy your text and refresh the page...then paste the text again and upload your pics.

if you take too long writing something, sometimes it doesn't work work.

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