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Discussion Boards => General Discussion => Topic started by: Deland on February 29, 2016, 12:29:24 PM



Title: Introduction
Post by: Deland on February 29, 2016, 12:29:24 PM
 Hello, my name is Deland and I'm a hobby junkie. I have a lot of hobbies, many that crossover to the train hobby. I'm newish to trains not having had one for many years but have found a renewed interest in them due to needing something for winter. I do classic/modified cars/trucks, read, some woodworking(benchwork crossover),build an occasional car model (1:24) Collect die cast and collect tech manuals/textbooks. I'm seeing a lot of good info here. I currently have a 3/4 piece of ply on two sawhorses for a train table but am working on benchwork for a 7X9 space. I have doors and shared aisles to contend with along with the "zoning committee". I have a couple of trackplans that I like but haven't figured out how to post for critique. I get a download full error when I tried.


Title: Re: Introduction
Post by: Hunt on February 29, 2016, 02:40:32 PM

 . . . I have a couple of trackplans that I like but haven't figured out how to post for critique. I get a download full error when I tried.


The Additional Options... Attach:   feature cannot be used.

To post a picture in this forum it has to reside (stored) in an URL registered site. Some people are uploading to their account on Photobucket   http://photobucket.com/

The Photobucket Direct link to the image placed between SMF Bulletin Board Code Image Tags is used to post a picture (image) on this forum.

 
This example,  is one of jonathan's images stored on Photobucket.

To post

(http://i642.photobucket.com/albums/uu146/jsnvogel/Rolling%20Stock/DSCN0555-1.jpg)




Uses


Code:


[img]http://i642.photobucket.com/albums/uu146/jsnvogel/Rolling%20Stock/DSCN0555-1.jpg[/img]





Title: Re: Introduction
Post by: Deland on February 29, 2016, 07:02:00 PM
 OK, On all the other forums I visit I can download directly from my file. I just didn't know the protocol. I'll have to determine a host site and get set up.


Title: Re: Introduction
Post by: rogertra on February 29, 2016, 08:39:48 PM
Hunt is correct.

On this forum you need to use a facility such as Photobucket.


Cheers

Roger T.