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  • Posting Pictures On Audionirvana

    Here's a quick rundown on the process of posting images since several members have had issues.. There are three ways of posting but two are much easier in most cases as they allow for easier multiple picture upload. So here goes:

    1. To the upper right of the text box are three buttons. The far left button is for uploading photos, the middle is for word processing, inserting videos and other things into the post and the far right is for emojis. So just click on the left button and that will bring up a new box located just under the text box on the left. Click upload photos (or upload from a website), select up to 15 photos (that is the number I selected IIRC) from wherever your images are located on your computer, iPad or phone and hit done, select, open, etc. Your photos will upload and then you should see all of them listed under the text box on the left. All you need to do at this point is select the appropriate size from among small, medium, large and full size for each image. Full size is usually good unless the quality of original image isn't very good or high resolution.

    Just be aware if you decide not to post after selecting the posting box, you must remove the box by clicking on the little "X" in the upper right of the new pop up box. Otherwise you will get an error message must upload at least one picture. Easy enough solved.

    2. On the top left above the text box are also three buttons. This function does the same thing too plus two other features. The first is when you hit upload, you can in addition to uploading photos, select a take a photo or video and directly upload to the board. Two, you can pull up recently uploaded images and reuse them for another post.

    As as an aside, the "chain" is used to link to other articles on the web. There's a nice advantage to using this as opposed to the chain in the normal word processing. That advantage is this feature will give other members a thumbnail image from the article as well as a snippet of what the link is about as opposed to just the link's URL.

    Hope me that answers everyone's questions. Uploading photos is amazingly easy once you try it once or twice!
    Myles B. Astor, PhD, Administrator
    Senior Editor, Positive-Feedback.com
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    I discovered an alternate easy way to post pictures and they come up actual size: copy from the source(image editor or web page) and paste into the body of the post.
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