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Offline Paul Atkins  
#1 Posted : Sunday, 3 January 2021 4:53:15 PM(UTC)
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I am sure I did one in the past, but I have lost it! Take 2!

To add a photograph or image to a post, you have two options

#1 - Add and image that is hosted elsewhere.....
At the top of the text editing area, you will see several buttons for bold, underline and bullet points etc.
  • Click on the image icon
    Screenshot 2021-01-03 at 16.41.18.png

  • Enter in the URL of the image
    Screenshot 2021-01-03 at 16.42.42.png





#2 - Attach an image, by uploading it to WeatherForum.com.au
At the top of the text editing area, you will see several buttons for bold, underline and bullet points etc.
[list]
  • Click on the paperclip "Attach" icon
    Screenshot 2021-01-03 at 16.44.49.png


  • This will then allow you to select images you have already attached, or it will allow you to upload new files. Click on "Upload New Files"
    Screenshot 2021-01-03 at 16.45.53.png


  • You can either drag and drop images to this window (if you are on a PC) or you can click on the "Add files" button.
    Screenshot 2021-01-03 at 16.47.07.png


  • Once you have finished attaching all of your images, click on the
    Screenshot 2021-01-03 at 16.47.51.png "Start Upload" button.


    Your images will upload and they will be added to your post.


  • Offline snowbunny  
    #2 Posted : Monday, 4 January 2021 4:31:53 PM(UTC)
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    I am on a mobile. I haven’t learnt how to screen capture on an apple iphone. Any ideas!

    BTW if your on a mobile you must select ‘see full site’ which is right down the bottom of page and hard to see. You can only see text editing icons and attach icon if you are in full site mode on the forum
    Offline Paul Atkins  
    #3 Posted : Monday, 4 January 2021 7:25:08 PM(UTC)
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    Originally Posted by: snowbunny Go to Quoted Post
    I am on a mobile. I haven’t learnt how to screen capture on an apple iphone. Any ideas!

    BTW if your on a mobile you must select ‘see full site’ which is right down the bottom of page and hard to see. You can only see text editing icons and attach icon if you are in full site mode on the forum


    Thanks for pointing that out! I will have a look and see what I can do.
    thanks 2 users thanked Paul Atkins for this useful post.
    crikey on 5/01/2021(UTC), snowbunny on 5/01/2021(UTC)
    Offline crikey  
    #4 Posted : Friday, 15 January 2021 6:32:16 PM(UTC)
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    How to take screen shot on iphone
    9C4EF83C-77E8-4EF3-8AE8-431DD1246C7E.png
    The thumbnail appears and you hear a camera click noise.
    Save the file

    To post on forum. Click go to full site
    Select the attach paper clip and follow instructions
    The image above was captured off the www. Saved on to phone and attached as per Pails instructions
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