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Old May 10, 2010, 8:25 PM   #1
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well since i am intellectually not capable of figuring this out on my own, here it is:
how do you manage to number multiple pics in a post on this forum? every time i attach the pictures, i dont see any way to "inject" any numbers between them, so it is hard for people to comment when screen resolutions align pictures differently on the screen.
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PS: yes this is embarrassing, but unless i am completely blind, i dont see it
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Old May 10, 2010, 8:33 PM   #2
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well since i am intellectually not capable of figuring this out on my own, here it is:
how do you manage to number multiple pics in a post on this forum? every time i attach the pictures, i dont see any way to "inject" any numbers between them, so it is hard for people to comment when screen resolutions align pictures differently on the screen.
thx for the help.

PS: yes this is embarrassing, but unless i am completely blind, i dont see it
Well, I think I would just put them in. Manually. The old fashion way. But, that's just me.
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When you attach images, you can't insert text between them. But if images already exist somewhere else on the web, you can paste them into the body of the message, and place text anywhere you want before or after them.
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You will be able to show the better image quality, if you insert your flickr links and as Tcav said number them before each link. I am about to shift over to flickr links instead of upload the photos onto steve's. To many of my photos have been crunch and became to soft.
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thx guys. i was wondering about that, but didnt know if that would break the 253KB rule and shrink my images into oblivion. will give it a shot. thx
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nope it is only a link.
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First resize your images to about 800X600. Then upload to Tinypic.com, copy the img tags url and you're done. You can include numbers and text in between images. Keep a txt of all your images.
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Another option is to upload your images to your albums here. (See the Community menu near the top of the page.) But remember that, wherever they are. if you take them down, the links in your post here won't display them anymore. If you upload them as attachments to your post, then they will always appear in your post.

Another technique I've used multiple times is to include the image as an attachment, post it, copy the image from the posted message, edit the post, and paste the copied image into the body of the post while also removing it as an attachment. You can do that as many times as you want with as many images as you want, but you have to leave the last image as an attachement.
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