Photo tutorial for Morzedec

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Photo tutorial for Morzedec

Postby Morzedec » 14 Oct 2016, 10:37am

Mick, I'm currently home from France 'on leave', and last week rode Liskeard - Cally - Tavvy - Plymouth (Drakes Trail).

I caught the train back to Liskeard, and then had a lie down.

happy days. C

**Please advise how to put pics onto this site - I never have been able to work it out!

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Postby horizon » 14 Oct 2016, 2:35pm

Morzedec wrote:
**Please advise how to put pics onto this site - I never have been able to work it out!


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Scroll down a bit to Attachments
Add file
Select the one you want from your folder
Click Open
Decide on in-line

Keep the file size small.
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Postby Vorpal » 14 Oct 2016, 2:40pm

Morzedec wrote:

**Please advise how to put pics onto this site - I never have been able to work it out!

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Postby horizon » 14 Oct 2016, 2:48pm

Vorpal wrote:
Morzedec wrote:

**Please advise how to put pics onto this site - I never have been able to work it out!

viewtopic.php?f=14&t=36594


Wow! Is it really that complicated? :D
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Postby Morzedec » 14 Oct 2016, 4:59pm

Many thanks for help: there was me, fiddling around with an Image button, and getting nowhere.

I'll try another one: please advise how to add an Avatar to my profile - I'm am enthused by the site to 'search for an image', but the search button does not appear to be clickable.

Cross-Channel.jpg


Now I'll 'preview', to see if I've got it right (if it ain't got cotter pins, then it's too modern for me).

happy days, C.
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Re: Photo tutorial for Morzedec

Postby gaz » 14 Oct 2016, 9:16pm

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Little drop down arrow by your username > User Control Panel > Profile > Edit Avatar
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Re: Photo tutorial for Morzedec

Postby Mick F » 15 Oct 2016, 6:25am

Morzedec wrote:Mick, I'm currently home from France 'on leave', and last week rode Liskeard - Cally - Tavvy - Plymouth (Drakes Trail).
I caught the train back to Liskeard, and then had a lie down.
You obviously aren't used to the hills! :lol:
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Re: Photo tutorial for Morzedec

Postby Morzedec » 15 Oct 2016, 12:33pm

Gaz, thanks for that - I got to where you suggest, but find that my pics apparently don't fit the profile allowed - as usual, I'm too big.

Do I take smaller pictures (!!)

Goodness, all this new technology at my age.

Mick F, there are plenty of hills in France, but perhaps not so consistent as the ride I described - being 'one long drag' at the end of a ride rather than a new ramp appearing every few kilometres. At least I got to ride down Gunny hill going in that direction!

Gunny Bridge.jpg


Gunny bridge: the only few metres of flat for many a kilometre.

Happy days, C.