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How do I add (attach) a photo to an article that I have written?
 

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let's see if this works.[/img]
 

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Sorry Pearlblue I can't help. I tried but couldn't remember what my
son told me to do. Maybe later when I'm younger :lol:
 

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pearlblue1800A said:
How do I add (attach) a photo to an article that I have written?
Try this and if it does not help, holler:
http://www.gl1800riders.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=678

Basically it has to be located somewhere on the WEB and not on your computer, first. Then copy the URL where it is and enclose the URL with this tag in front
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If that does not work or make sense let us know.

It also may help for you to hit the quote button on a message that has what you are looking for and see how they did it.

There is a testing board if you want, but just hit the preview button at the bottom of your message and it will let you know if it will work before you submit it. Good Luck!
 

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It isn't possible. You cannot post pictures here.
 

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so I can not display a photo of a mounting bracket etc.to go along with my written description of the item?
I have seen many others do this?
or am I wrong?
 

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pearlblue1800A said:
so I can not display a photo of a mounting bracket etc.to go along with my written description of the item?
I have seen many others do this?
or am I wrong?
I'm bustin ya. Of course you can post here. The photo has to be place first on a server that provides you with a web address like from photobucket.com and an address like http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y109/j ... ak/cap.jpg

Then copy and paste the address into your message, highlight it and click the IMG box above, and just like magic, it's there

 

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So Jan, there's the elusive plug cap. When I'm using my headset, I just place the plug in the holder as you have, but first I place the "strap" with the cap behind the plug before placing the plug in its holder. Does that make sense?


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Jan can post a photo , but can not deal with a little plastic cap on the intercom plug.......... :lol:
 

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Tony in AZ said:
Jan can post a photo , but can not deal with a little plastic cap on the intercom plug.......... :lol:
If I pay $24,000 for a motorcycle, I don't want to have to take the time to stick that stupid strap in the holder :roll:
 
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