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Oct 06 2014 #1

Seth Knochel

Admin

Member Since :
2014
Number of Posts : 140

How To: Post Pictures

How to Post Your Pictures to the PWF Fishing Reports and Discussions Forums

Several members have expressed to us that they would like the ability to add their photos straight to their posts, instead of having to send them in to PWF staff. Well, we listened, and all PWF members can now post pictures right off of their computer. Below is a simple step by step guide of how to post your photos. We hope you enjoy the new system!

 

Step 1: After starting a new post or comment, click on the Image Icon towards the middle of the toolbar above the text box.

Step 2: When the Image Properties Dialogue Window opens, click the "Upload" tab at the top of the window.

Step 3: Click the "Browse…" button, and find and open the image that you would like to post on your computer.

Step 4: After you have opened your image, click the "Send it to the Server" button to upload the image to our server.

Step 5: You will now be brought back to the Image Info Tab, and you will be shown a preview of the photo you selected. Click the green "OK" button at the bottom right of the window, and your photo will be added to your post!

Note: Your entire image will not appear in the preview box. You may need to scroll left/right or up/down to see the rest of your image. When posted, the entire image will appear. It is not necessary to type or change anything on the image info tab. You may adjust the size of your image once it is added to your post by clicking on the edges and dragging.

 

Posted By: Seth Knochel

Oct 07 2014 #2

Tom Dillon

Toad

Member Since : 2014
Number of Posts : 516

Thanks, Seth!  We don't even have to move the photos to a different site first - this is great!

 

Apr 13 2020 #3

Jim Bennett

Slot Fish

Member Since : 2019
Number of Posts : 101

I still see quite a few sideways pics being posted so I offer this tip to get them upright, first time, every time.:

BEFORE starting the process Seth outlines above, open the "Paint" application on your PC and browse to each of the pictures you plan to post.  Open the files one at a time, click the Rotate icon as required to adjust the image to the correct orientation.  Click Save before closing each image (even if you did not have to adjust).  Repeat for each picture.  You can also resize here if the image is too big.  I try to keep them below 3mb.

This action will place an orientation stamp on the image, so that when you open in the server, the image uploads to whatever orientation you saved in Paint.  You can even go back and correct ones that you were not happy with in the past posts with this step.  Tight lines, Jim

 

 

May 26 2020 #4

David Thompson

Fry

Member Since : 2020
Number of Posts : 6

 

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