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How to add images to a thread on this forum

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by SyntaxTerror, Dec 24, 2016.

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  1. SyntaxTerror

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    [EDIT] It is not possible to use the Add Image button anymore and you have to go on Imgur's site or use the Chrome extension Imgur Uploader.

    Hello.
    This tutorial may seem obvious to some, but some others do not know how to put images on this forum.

    To upload an image on Imgur and insert it in a post:

    1. Find the image you want on the web and download it on your computer (for requests, prefer PNG or JPG/JPEG images). If you don't know how to do this basic thing, look the 2nd post.
    2. Click on the blue button "Add Images" (under the edition window), NOT "Upload a file".
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    3. Choose the image(s) you want to upload on your computer (several images can be uploaded if they are selected while pressing Ctrl at the same time), then click "Open".
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    4. Click the blue button "Upload".
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    5. Wait for the uploading............................................................. [​IMG]
    6. Place the cursor where you want your image in your post and click the blue button(s) "Insert".
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    7. Et voilĂ  madame !
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    To download an image from the web on your computer:
    1. Right click on the image. A menu will pop up[​IMG]
    2. Click on "Save Image As." A window will pop up,[​IMG]
    3. Choose which directory you want to save the file in. Also name the file & click Save.[​IMG]
    More info and credits for this tutorial on WikiHow, published under the Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Creative Commons License.
     
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