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Old Jul 8, 2007, 12:16 PM   #51
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It will have an option that does the same thing. Give me a few minutes and I'll boot into Windows and see what it is for you. I hate to use IE for anything (it's a big malware target from my perspective). But, I'll make an exception. lol


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Old Jul 8, 2007, 12:27 PM   #52
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OK. I booted into Windows just for you. lol I'm getting ready to reboot back into Linux now (I don't like using Windows any more than absolutely necessary while I'm connected to the Internet).

From IE, right click on the image and select "Properties".

You'll see the Address (URL) in the middle of the screen that pops up. Then, just use your mouse to highlight that address text (click on the beginning of the address, hold your left mouse button down, and move to the end of the address until it's highlighted.

Then, press CTRL+C (press the Control andC keys at the same time) to copy it to your clipboard.

After that, you can paste it anywhere that allows text entry (like inthe screen that pops up when you use the key in the forums here) by using either Edit>Paste, or by using CTRL+V (press Control and V at the same time).

CTRL+C and CTRL+V are just the standard shortcuts built into Windows for copying and pasting text, if you run into an application screen that doesn't have Edit>Copy or Edit>Paste available in it's menus. ;-)
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that's what i do. still easier using photobucket.
now get out of the window and get back to programing this site. i want my join date and posts back.

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ok, i used the image insertion tool and it didn't work but when i do it manually it does.

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It does the same thing. You just can't see the img tags from most browsers in the WowBB posting screens.

Make sure you don't have http:// twice in the entry box.

It's pre-populated with http:// and you have to click on it so that it's highlighted before you paste a new URL into it so that it overwrites it. Otherwise, it can end up with looking like this (with an extra http:// in front), and when that happens, the image won't display in the post.

http://http://yourlink.jpg

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