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post #46 of (permalink) Old 02-21-2015, 12:51 PM
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Seems to work fine.
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Right click on the pic, copy image location, paste into TR, bracket with img tags
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[img]https://forums.clubtread.com/attachme...1&d=1424537474[/img]

There's published web services that detect the format of the raster file, wrap in and place it, don't know why that's not the case here. I'll just stick to the thumbnails and url's to click on. I'm no fan of the big 'shout in your face' image approach anyway. Thanks for the input, appreciate it.

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"copy image location" is not an option in Windows explorer.
Are you speaking about uploading an image from the web?

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"copy image location" is not an option in Windows explorer.
Are you speaking about downloading an image from the web?
Yes, it is. & Windows Explorer is not a browser.
No, I am not.
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Yes, it is. & Windows Explorer is not a browser.
No, I am not.
Your reply is confusing. You'll have to explain in better detail please.
My version of windows explorer does not have "copy image location" available from the R-click menu.

I know that windows explorer is not a browser, but I access the image on my HD using it.

I am trying to put an image from my hard disk to a post on CT, something that should be easy to do.

A while ago someone here began tutorials for the various ways to post photos on the new CT. If possible could one of the new mods make this a project?
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You aren't paying attention. The instructions are for the browser.
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I took a look at inserting pictures so they appear large in the trip report and could be built into part of the narration.

I keep getting enormous pictures, twice the width of the screen. I want them smaller, they are too large now. How can they be reduced here? Would it be resizing pictures to 200 K before uploading ??

Appreciate anyone's help here.

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I took a look at inserting pictures so they appear large in the trip report and could be built into part of the narration.

I keep getting enormous pictures, twice the width of the screen. I want them smaller, they are too large now. How can they be reduced here? Would it be resizing pictures to 200 K before uploading ??

Appreciate anyone's help here.

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You can tweak the image re-sizing options here, let me know if that works.

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Another option is to use a program like MS Paint to make them exactly the size you want before you upload them. If you want them to be 800x600, enlarge or reduce them to that size, save them at that size, then upload them.
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Thanks VSJEFF & DRU..

I decided to follow Dru's appraoch, reduced the size of the images before uploading to make things simpler. basically image sizes drops down to from 250 to 320 KB. .. I do find it takes a fair of work to get the images to poof up and show up large size in the midst of the narration and text. Wonder if there is a simpler and quicker way.

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REORDER IMAGES IN EDIT MODE

I would like to be able to reorder the images I upload... if I batch upload they load in semi random order... depending on size... smaller images load quicker than the one before it if it is larger for example... I have to manually load one image at a time to make sure they are in the correct sequence... time consuming.

We should be able to just move the images around while edit mode.
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I tried looking for a plugin that allows you to reorder your images but there isn't one available. The images are ordered by which one you choose to attach first, second, etc in the attachment screen before clicking the upload button.

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