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    how do i post pics to my post
    ? any body know how too
    glenn

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      Also, as the administrator, there maybe a setting that let’s a menu bar appear. Then just click the IMG button, paste address, then ok.

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      hi leigh i dont have administator control lol its run by the guys in NZ i was hoping i could just left click and add a pic but its all a bit complicated
      Glenn

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      By the way, it is common for forums to operate this way regarding photos and videos. While you can place a link or display an image in the forum, the photo or video needs to be stored somewhere else on the web. So the forum provider does not bear the cost of “serving” the image. Of course, Weta could provide the facility of storing images if they thought the cost was affordable. And place limitations on size of image acceptable. NZers are know for their generosity, so who knows what might happen!

      I’m sure their IT staff could provide more detail.

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      attempt one
      Myself and Crew

      my trusty crew resting behind me.

      1. Post photo to web (eg photobucket)
      2. Copy html address
      3. quote right arrow “<“followedby img src=”http://address from step two here” alt=”Myself and Crew” />left arrow ends end quote – all this so the text will appear.

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