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How to Copy & Paste Pictures/Images into a Post #677484
12/12/16 6:07 pm
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Jon W. Whitley Offline OP

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Here is how to copy and paste an image into a post or a reply. I use Firefox so will highlight that and will talk about Internet Explorer as well.

So, to get started, you can just right click with your mouse on an image and a dialog box will appear. In Firefox, you will want to click on "Copy Image Location" as seen in the following picture/image:



Note: In Internet Explorer, when you right click on an image, in the dialog box , click on "Copy" and then you will paste the image into the dialog box.

After clicking on Copy or Copy Image Location, you will see go back to your BritBike post and click on this button:



After doing that, you will see this:



Click on Insert a non - floating image. Then you will see this :



Paste the copied "link" or URL into this box and you will see this :



Once that is done, click the OK button and you will see this:



Click on the submit button and are good to go !


Jon W.


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Re: How to Copy & Paste Pictures/Images into a Post [Re: Jon W. Whitley] #677495
12/12/16 7:04 pm
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Thanks, Jon--good idea to put it as a sticky at the top of the board.
That will be very useful when I come to do it next and have forgotten how to do it!
Thanks again.

Re: How to Copy & Paste Pictures/Images into a Post [Re: Tridentman] #677500
12/12/16 7:24 pm
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You are welcome Richard !


Jon W.


1957 6T Thunderbird 650
1968 T100R Daytona 500
1971 TR6R Tiger 650
1970 BSA A65F 650
1955 Tiger 100 - Project

Re: How to Copy & Paste Pictures/Images into a Post [Re: Jon W. Whitley] #677576
12/13/16 1:39 pm
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You might also note that the source of the picture will go away if the owner deletes it and the picture in your post will be blank. If you load the picture onto a Hosting site yourself you have control of how long it is available.


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