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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 18:51:50 (permalink)
Just practicing ...


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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 19:53:45 (permalink)
Sorry to see this one go...



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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 19:58:10 (permalink)
Was that with the roof up or down?

I'm speeding because I have to get there before I forget where I'm going.
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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 20:01:05 (permalink)
That would have been fun!! LOL Wonder who holds the record for that one....

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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 20:09:11 (permalink)
Don't know the driver but I believe this woman was in the passenger seat........



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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 20:09:34 (permalink)
Is that a "colour to sample" Rob - looks very nice.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2010/12/09 20:18:36 (permalink)
I think it was Azzuro California Metallic that you could get on the Boxster from the special colour brochure. I wasn't intending on really buying another new car from local OPC few years back, then this one came in as their demo. It was all over there and then. Everyone always seemed to really like the colour - even the good lady herself. It had all the center/rear console in matching colour too. The whites good though when it's err "white" - starting to grow on me.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 16:29:10 (permalink)
Just wanted to check to see if I could do this via facebook?
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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 16:37:37 (permalink)
If I put that address in a browser window I get a Facebook login page

So no, that won't work.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 16:52:19 (permalink)
If I put that address in a browser window I get a Facebook login page


Does the revised version work? (see original post edited)
I wanted to try it here then add it to TT's Adventures.
I don't fancy setting up a photobucket account (or similar) as I won't use it.
post edited by RussellFunnell - 2011/07/23 17:01:00

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 17:55:59 (permalink)
Nope.  Still get the log in page.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 22:03:06 (permalink)
That's probably because it is a link to a Facebook image page. I was hoping that most forumers would be FB regulars and if you are automatically logged in like I am most of the time then you would go straight to the page and images rather than the log on page.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 22:12:04 (permalink)
I think the default image permissions on FB are 'friends only'.

- NOT the best way to post pics

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 22:29:32 (permalink)
I made them available to everyone on FB from the start.
Oh well it was just an idea, looks like I'll have to conform to the photobucket route.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/23 23:18:36 (permalink)
They show up for me
If you email the pictures I'll host them if it's easier.

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RE: Best way to post pics 2011/07/24 14:02:23 (permalink)
Lets try again...



It works
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RE: Best way to post pics 2013/02/08 15:27:34 (permalink)
image test

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RE: Best way to post pics 2013/08/28 14:54:23 (permalink)
Another alternative is MS Paint, I think its included with pretty much all versions of Windows.

Button marked RESIZE and you can either resize as a % of the original or, if like this forum, it has to fit a certain number of pixels just enter them and hey presto ... done in a few seconds!


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RE: Best way to post pics 2015/01/24 08:26:32 (permalink)
I think it is worth people noting that with Photobucket - anybody can click on your image and with some savvy - get into your account if not set up correctly. I recently posted some pictures from an old Photobucket account of which Privacy settings had changed and had holiday pictures etc on - so had to delete all Porsche pictures on Forum and close Photobucket account down and set up a new account dedicated purely to my car incase of hacking ...
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RE: Best way to post pics 2015/01/24 21:46:01 (permalink)
I am completely threaders with trying to do this. I have managed to remove my old avatar in attempting to display my new one - now I've got
nothing!!! I have resized the image and uploaded to Photobucket, I've tried changing the URL and IMG (now shouting OMG!!!) and its saying
successfully uploaded - BUT TO WHERE???????

Please help. As unimportant as this is, its driving me insane........

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