Discussion in 'The Lobby' started by pakalolo, Apr 13, 2014.
Ok.......image url copy and paste worked.
Thank you very much that was bugging the help out of me.
That stuff looks very tasty.
With imgbb you can just drop that whole link into your post
But it seems like a lot of extra code Tinypics way of doing it is more elegant.
Generally I think imgbb kinda sucks and Tinypic is a better choice...
Go to embed codes and use the image url option for imgbb.
I can taste that flower just looking at it... <drool>
I wish you could also cuz she is a tasty one.
Well shit, your only about 1200 miles away. That's what, a 19 hour drive? If it's that good...
(I just took Billings as an example)
I am on the other side about 40 miles from yellowstone.......
I'd say you are on the right side of Yellowstone if it goes off, but 40 miles is likely still way too close...
I'll figure this out eventually....lol
I figure it will be my turn to get vaporized then bro.
Maybe I won't....haha tinypic doesn't seem to let me post the pic. It lets me post a link but perhaps I'm just enjoying my new MVT too much....
..or create a pinboard on Pinterest. All pics there you can insert your post just by c&p w/o using the image function of FC.
Not sure where you are running into trouble, but on the TinyPics.com site using a PC when you upload a pic you see this...
If you grab the "IMG code for forums" that looks like this [I MG]http://i63.tinypic.com/30t52m8.jpg[/IM G] you just drop it, as is, into your post (your actual link will have no spaces in the IMG tags)
Normally I would shrink an image that is this big before posting it. It will load faster.
There has to be an easier way...
I'm sure it is intentional as they are ad driven and they want people to have to come to them to see their content. But in truth it ISN'T their content, it is the content of the poster, so I feel no guilt taking it and reposting it.
I'm not big on guilt anyway, but there it is.
I can Not over express how much I love this vid. Watched it 10 time at least...
@cybrguy, why don't you cross-post it here so others can enjoy:
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