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How Do I Paste a jpg Image in a Reply

Discussion in 'Random Discussion' started by Steve-x8086, Apr 24, 2004.

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  1. Steve-x8086

    Steve-x8086 Thread Starter

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    Just that. How do I paste a .jpg image in a reply here. Might be that I'm getting slow in my days but I used to be able to do it and I can't remember now.

    Thanks, Steve-x8086
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    Figured it out. You can't paste it or drag it. Instead it is uploaded and appears as a filename in a section underneath the reply I am typing. After you Save or submit the post, the ubb software inserts the image. This means that if you want to have text after the image, I guess you have to edit the post to do it.

    Moderator, you can move this topic to another forum if you see fit. I tried to delete it but apparently even the starter of a thread can't delete it.

    Thanks again, Steve-x8086
     
  2. pyritechips

    pyritechips Gone but Never Forgotten

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    Hi Steve:

    Below the reply box where you type your post look for the Additional Options > Manage Attachments button then browse to and upload your jpg file. When you submit your thread your picture will be automatically posted, like mine here:
     

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  3. Steve-x8086

    Steve-x8086 Thread Starter

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    Yea, I figured it out. See the bottom of my first post here.

    Thanks, Steve-x8086
     
  4. aolsux

    aolsux Banned

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    If the reply system on the forum is WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), then just highlight the image, press ctrl+c, goto the reply form and press ctrl+v
     
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