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Post by zebadee on Mon 31 May 2010 - 9:29

Alby wrote:
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Alby wrote:How do you put photos in Jen ?
The message i'm getting is "Wrong File type"

what filetype are you trying to upload Al ?

Most common and best for file-size is .jpg

Hey Alex,

Just uploaded a photo to PHOTOBUCKET

It's there in all its' glory.
How do I get it to over to here ?

Hi :)
Just copy & paste link.

Using photobucket.
Click on image.
In pop up window use the "IMG for bulletin boards & forums"**.
Select either full size or thumbnail.

** You may not get this pop up.
In this case just use "IMG code" link.

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Post by sanshoe on Tue 1 Jun 2010 - 10:03

Question for someone.. How do I add a descriptive comment to my pictures in the Gallery section?

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Post by sanshoe on Tue 1 Jun 2010 - 11:00

Think I worked it out, I have to do it at time of upload Duh!

Can they be edited after uploading?

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Post by Alby on Tue 1 Jun 2010 - 23:34

zebadee wrote:
Alby wrote:
bubbles19 wrote:
Alby wrote:How do you put photos in Jen ?
The message i'm getting is "Wrong File type"

what filetype are you trying to upload Al ?

Most common and best for file-size is .jpg

Hey Alex,

Just uploaded a photo to PHOTOBUCKET

It's there in all its' glory.
How do I get it to over to here ?

Hi :)
Just copy & paste link.

Using photobucket.
Click on image.
In pop up window use the "IMG for bulletin boards & forums"**.
Select either full size or thumbnail.

** You may not get this pop up.
In this case just use "IMG code" link.

Still no joy Zebs,
Nothing I tried worked. Bloody frustrating !!
I'll try on a stand alone laptop from work here later on.

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Post by Alby on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 2:04

Just uploaded a photo (front of my house) as a trial.
Says it accepted it but needed to go through admin to check.
Is that the procedure?
I basically bypassed work and used a laptop.
Hope it works.
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Post by Vampire Girl on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 6:09

Alby wrote:Just uploaded a photo (front of my house) as a trial.
Says it accepted it but needed to go through admin to check.
Is that the procedure?
I basically bypassed work and used a laptop.
Hope it works.

Alby go to the Welcome Newbie thread. I put some helpful hints to posting pics here on that thread. ☀
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Post by Alby on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 6:10

Righto
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Post by Vampire Girl on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 6:19

Alby wrote:Righto

But the hints are meant for posting on the Old Moaners Gallery thread or any other place like that.. Admins say it takes up too much memory to post pics in the main gallery. Love the pic of your home by the way!! :) What is that in your yard.. black stone?
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Post by Alby on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 7:05

It varies We've got heaps laying around here at work. The cost is on my body. They can be damn heavy. You can't see it very well, but the tree is a Weeping Apricot. Beautiful blossoms in the spring.
I know The hints are for it and will persist Jen
Sorry The black stuff is mulch. I suppose rough wood chips dyed black. It's the rage here at present. Not cheap either. I prefer natural leaf mulch. Got that in the backyard.


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Post by Vampire Girl on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 7:34

Alby wrote:It varies We've got heaps laying around here at work. The cost is on my body. They can be damn heavy. You can't see it very well, but the tree is a Weeping Apricot. Beautiful blossoms in the spring.
I know The hints are for it and will persist Jen
Sorry The black stuff is mulch. I suppose rough wood chips dyed black. It's the rage here at present. Not cheap either. I prefer natural leaf mulch. Got that in the backyard.

Ahhh that is interesting.. never saw black mulch before. Here stateside, folks don't really do much of anythign like that at least not around here where i live. One guy put river rock all through his yard though.. it looks a little funny.. i think he went a bit overboard though.. it would look better in arizona where it is too hot and arid to grow grass. I love teh gardens you have though and yes, the tree is very striking!! ☀ A weeping apricot you said? Does it bear edible fruit or is it strictly ornamental?
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Post by Vampire Girl on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 7:35

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Alby wrote:It varies We've got heaps laying around here at work. The cost is on my body. They can be damn heavy. You can't see it very well, but the tree is a Weeping Apricot. Beautiful blossoms in the spring.
I know The hints are for it and will persist Jen
Sorry The black stuff is mulch. I suppose rough wood chips dyed black. It's the rage here at present. Not cheap either. I prefer natural leaf mulch. Got that in the backyard.

Ahhh that is interesting.. never saw black mulch before. Here stateside, folks don't really do much of anything like that at least not around here where i live. I do have red wood mulch around my gardens though. One guy put river rock all through his yard though.. it looks a little funny.. i think he went a bit overboard though.. it would look better in arizona where it is too hot and arid to grow grass. I love the gardens you have though, and yes, the tree is very striking!! ☀ A weeping apricot you said? Does it bear edible fruit or is it strictly ornamental?
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Post by Alby on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 7:49

People around us have done similar with rocks.. expensive ! The tree is ornamental only...pity.
However in the backyard I put a Peach tree, Nectarine Tree , Lemon and most recent addition, a Tahition Lime tree. Planted a few Olive trees 6 months ago. More fruit trees to go in later. No sure what yet. Been given a Fig tree, but it's still in the pot and only 1foot tall. I'll transfer it to a larger pot before it goes in the ground. the Peach and Nectarines are still young so they'll be a couple of seasons before I let them bear fruit.
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Post by Vampire Girl on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 8:08

Alby wrote:People around us have done similar with rocks.. expensive ! The tree is ornamental only...pity.
However in the backyard I put a Peach tree, Nectarine Tree , Lemon and most recent addition, a Tahition Lime tree. Planted a few Olive trees 6 months ago. More fruit trees to go in later. No sure what yet. Been given a Fig tree, but it's still in the pot and only 1foot tall. I'll transfer it to a larger pot before it goes in the ground. the Peach and Nectarines are still young so they'll be a couple of seasons before I let them bear fruit.

Is it rainy enough to grow Mangos? How about grapefruit or oranges? My ex's parents who lived in Florida had a sierra lemon (very sweet), a red grapefruit (also very sweet), Mango, orange, and a tangerine tree in their old back yard. All the trees bore wonderful fruits. The tangerines were hit or miss though, but the mango was absolutely delectable if the birds and squirrles didn't eat all the baby fruit before they matured.
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Post by sanshoe on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 11:34

Another question for some one... I uploaded the same picture twice, how do I delete one of them? :oops: Thanks.

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Post by bubbles19 on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 12:18

sanshoe wrote:Another question for some one... I uploaded the same picture twice, how do I delete one of them? :oops: Thanks.

When you go into the gallery, do you see a moderation button/link beside the google search box on the right of the screen? If you do click there and that will list all the images in the gallery, click the select box next to the image you want to delete then under the list of images you will see a delete option.

If you don't see the moderation button/link let me know which of the two images you want removed (both have the same file name but they have different upload times) and it shall be done ;)

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Post by sanshoe on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 13:04

Thanks Alex, the Mod button worked a treat. Thumbs up big Trophy

Hope I didn't delete anyone elses by mistake :)

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Post by bubbles19 on Wed 2 Jun 2010 - 13:42

sanshoe wrote:Thanks Alex, the Mod button worked a treat. Thumbs up big Trophy

Hope I didn't delete anyone elses by mistake :)

Sure they will let you know if you have lol!

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