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RE: Best way to post pics 2015/01/24 22:17:46 (permalink)
Did you click on "apply" at the very bottom...?
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RE: Best way to post pics 2015/01/25 18:51:21 (permalink)
Yes, Ive clicked apply, Ok, I've tried everything - capitals to lower case, img to image, cut and pasting addresses from photobucket......

I think the issue lays with the format, not the process as my original avatar disappeared. Any ideas?




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RE: Best way to post pics 2015/06/10 06:57:24 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby raykelly 2017/04/06 11:10:44
the easiest way to post photos immediately you take then from your phone us to download and install Phot bucket to your phone from the app store. Then if you have a free account just upload new photo to photo bucket using the app (make upload to your "Porsche" folder so no one cab see all your private photo!). Then select the image and copy the direct link. Then on the website just paste in the link to your post.

EDIT: after being corrected by Clive I had to try again for myself and of course he was right! you need to use the start and ending [image] photo link [/image]

OR

you can tap on your image that you uploaded to Photobucket, then select the "share" icon, then select the option "Copy Link to Clipboard" and then select the option of "IMG". Its the last one in the list, this link can be pasted directly in to the forum post without having to do the [image]......[/image] thing that can be a bit tedious.
post edited by angusc - 2015/06/11 18:23:57
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Re: RE: Best way to post pics 2017/06/18 20:39:04 (permalink)
Evening all. Before I post this pic in the correct thread I just wanted to try it out here. I do wish it was slightly easier to do this.
 
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Re: RE: Best way to post pics 2017/06/18 22:50:14 (permalink)
You can add a single photo easily using the "full version" post window but multiple photos need to be done the photo bucket way ( as you did)

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Re: RE: Best way to post pics 2019/04/01 00:53:45 (permalink)
Hi mods, may be worth deleting this thread as the Photobucket option is now a pay service which 99% of users have ditched.
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