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How to post images here?

Discussion in 'Underwater Photography' started by JamesD, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. JamesD

    JamesD Barracuda

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    I'm trying to post my image, but for some reason just can't work out how to do it, it's this image

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    From the photo gallery stored here, I would figure it would have been easy, but I just can't get it to show the picture (rather than the thumbnail).

    Anyone able to aid me?
     
  2. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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    When you have the full size view of your picture there is a button that says copy code to clipboard...click and then via ctrl + V paste it into your post
     
  3. Charlie99

    Charlie99 Solo Diver

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    Simplest is to just remove "thumbs" from the image url. Clicking on the image will still send the viewer to your photo in the gallery, but the thumb is replaced with the bigger photo. If you had uploaded a very large photo, there might be two versions in your gallery, and you would replace "thumb", with "medium".
     
  4. alijtaylor

    alijtaylor Solo Diver

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    Cool shot, what is it? And thanks for anking the question I have been struggling with that too.
    Alison
     
  5. Scuba65

    Scuba65 Manta Ray

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    It's a barracuda!
     
  6. JamesD

    JamesD Barracuda

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    Thanks for the help all, knew it couldn't be THAT hard....

    As Posted by Scuba65, it's a Barracuda (taken at the City of Washington near Key Largo, Florida)
     
  7. the_cat_keeper

    the_cat_keeper Barracuda

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    Barracudas in Florida look very different from the barracudas in Asia!
     

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