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Old 02-28-2009, 12:02:07 PM
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Trying to figure picture posting.
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Hello, when you hit post new thread you will see below the reply box MANAGE ATTACHMENTS, click on this. then go to BROWSE, decide where your photos are. Documents ect. You normaly would have your photos in my documents on your computer. When you find your photo hit UPLOAD. This should do it. I beleve it is best to save your photos as JPEG. Phil
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Old 02-28-2009, 03:33:51 PM
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But, how can a pic be added to a reply?
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Same way, look under the post reply box when it apears. Go down to manage attatcments. it is in the ADDITIONAL OPTIONS box. I put a photo there. Phil
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Who reads instructions before the fact? Round here we always try figuring it out before admitting defeat. Thanks for the "how too" anyways.
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Old 03-01-2009, 12:21:52 AM
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Maybe the problem is with my computer, I am doing it exactly the instructions indicate. The upload meter takes an extremely long time to run, when it does complete, I still have no attachment.
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When that happens, your picture is most likely too large for processing. You need to reduce it down to a reasonable screen size for web use. Many new cameras take huge photos so that they can be printed on paper.
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Old 03-01-2009, 12:39:12 AM
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That is more than likely the problem, I pulled up the properties and it is a jpeg, 4.33meg. But I have no idea how to reduce the size to post it.
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Old 03-01-2009, 01:45:01 AM
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I think 4.0 is the limit.

This one might be useful to you, unless software came included with your camera.

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4.33 MBs is definately your problem.
I've had problems getting just over 2 MB images to upload.
If you can get your images reduced you should be able to get it done.
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I think I've found it! Wow, I'm becoming a technition!
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Cool mule, Dennis!
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good job dennis , where did you get that little buggy at ? is it military or 4x4 motor, weight ,rear stear, transmison ,how fast
thankyou ron brown in central illinois ,wants one of them
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That is an M274 1/2 ton 4X4. It is Vietnam era military. It is 4wheel stear, full time 4 wheel drive (all four wheels locked together) with a 14hp two cylinder engine. All specs. can be found at militarymules.com. It's a three speed trans with hi-low range. This model is aluminim (previoue models were magnezium). It is goverened to 25mph, and has no suspention. There is a dealer in Peoria Il., that is his e-mail address above.
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Have not seen one of those carts in a long time, remember them running arount the air bases and some LZs. That hoist is not original is it. Forgot what they were called, but they were pretty quick. THANKS. Phil
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The nickname is a Mule. The hoist is from Harbor Freight. They are sold with a hand crank winch, I put a 2000 lb. electric winch on it, also from H.F. As a test I was able to pick a 550 lb Quad runner off the ground with no type of outrigging on the Mule.
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