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Great thread and explanation of how to. Will be sending folks this way.

Yes, it sure does.(the picture below is up loaded using the manage attachments button) Glad I'm a supporter, and I do believe the forum will keep them there for ever. Is this right? I hate it when some one with a great thread with pictures loses their photobucket account. They all disappear.
hey that looks like an HTC phone I love the look of the gauges on there how did you manage that?
 
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hey that looks like an HTC phone I love the look of the gauges on there how did you manage that?
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Can you also use some thing like
ImageShack® - Online Photo and Video Hosting

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Can you also use some thing like
ImageShack® - Online Photo and Video Hosting

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Sorry for the late reply, not sure you'll even see this, but yes you can use that website. I actually use it more often than Photobucket.
 
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How can someone create a garage?
 
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put this in the wrong spot
 

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Hey I have no problems posting photos, BUT I have been trying to get an animated avatar uploaded (the same avatar as showing but an animated gif file)...
I have it under the 32mb file limit (24) but what type of animated files will you take if not a gif animated?
I know I have seen a couple of animated avatars so it must support something...

PS when I try uploading the animated gif file (even though tis 24mb) it says the file is over 32 ??
 
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Maximum avatar file size for non-supporters is 32kb, not 32mb.


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OOps that what I meant
but what type of animated files does the forum support for avatars (if any)
 
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I'm afraid I'm not much help beyond that .png may work.
 
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can some one please help me figure out how to quote several post numbers from different users like it was done in post # 13. thanks
 
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Lets say, for example, you wish to quote 3 different posts. You would click the mulit-quote icon () on the first two, then you would click the quote icon () on the third, which will bring up the reply box.
 
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Originally Posted by SteveBricks View Post
Lets say, for example, you wish to quote 3 different posts. You would click the mulit-quote icon () on the first two, then you would click the quote icon () on the third, which will bring up the reply box.
thank you, that seems to work . one more question. how can I make it show only one sentence out of their entire message. thanks again.
 
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Once you're in the compose post box, just highlight and delete everything that you don't want to show.
 
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Once you're in the compose post box, just highlight and delete everything that you don't want to show.

that's what I was looking for . thank you steve
 

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