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13-05-2008, 21:56   #46
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waterford underwater !









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Wow Jamie - what's your setup?
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Marsa Shagra, Egypt, 2006.

How do you get the photo to embed in the message, rather than just being a link?
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There you go Locum.



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Thanks. So, how'd you do it?

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Thanks. So, how'd you do it?
You see the little icon above where you enter your post?.


That one.

Click that, and copy and paste the location of the picture.

for example.. I would like to post this picture here:

http://www.destination360.com/austra...uba-diving.jpg

So I click the icon, and paste in the link, and this appears in the post:



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OK, I tried that but I didn't have the photo online anywhere. So do I take it that you've saved the photo online somewhere, and linked to it? I thought you'd just be able to put it up here without having to have it on another site first.
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You see the little icon above where you enter your post?.


That one.

Click that, and copy and paste the location of the picture.

for example.. I would like to post this picture here:

http://www.destination360.com/austra...uba-diving.jpg

So I click the icon, and paste in the link, and this appears in the post:



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OK, I tried that but I didn't have the photo online anywhere. So do I take it that you've saved the photo online somewhere, and linked to it? I thought you'd just be able to put it up here without having to have it on another site first.
Thanks again.
Your photo was already uploaded onto boards.ie.
Click on the link to the photo in your original post and it will bring you to http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/attac...2&d=1252804514 (the location of your image).

I simply quoted the address, and used the tool to embed the picture.

So.. post the picture as normal, edit post, then use the link to the photo, and embed it using the .

Hope this makes sense..

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Thanks a million.

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Your photo was already uploaded onto boards.ie.
Click on the link to the photo in your original post and it will bring you to http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/attac...2&d=1252804514 (the location of your image).

I simply quoted the address, and used the tool to embed the picture.

So.. post the picture as normal, edit post, then use the link to the photo, and embed it using the .

Hope this makes sense..

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Few recent ones from Killary....





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A few from today in Carraroe...

Extremely low tide (low tide at highest spring tide of the year!). Amazing amount of light in areas which are normally a few meters deeper. Some of the colours seem fake but they're actually real!

























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nice ones joe the aul anenomes are always mad colours and often the only thing I can get a shot of in the winter but haven't been diving so far this year only surfing. Maybe the end of the month.
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Those colours are fantastic, Joe! Great photos.
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Thanks, yeah you wouldn't think they were natural!
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