Post Number: 18
|Posted on Monday, May 27, 2002 - 4:37 pm: |
Note: if you are posting pics of your Alembic, go to the model classification page in the Showcase section for your particular instrument and start a new thread. You can add text and pictures to your post. Please do not post pics that are over 150K in size. And please do not post your pics on the same line as your text, and do not post more than one picture on a line. There is no limit to the number of pictures you can post.
Further note: for best results, save your original file as a JPG file, then resize as needed and post.
First, type your text such as "Just wanted to show a picture of my bass".
Then do a carriage return (the Enter key).
(Note: a carriage return should be made after each picture when uploading multiple pics.)
Then click on Upload Attachment.
The Add Image Or Attachment window appears.
Then in the first box, enter the description such as "Headstock" (the description is optional).
Then click Browse and find the file.
Then click Upload.
The File Uploaded window appears and you click Close.
The link is now in the message body. If you have another pic to post, do a carriage return and then click on Upload Attachment and repeat the process. If there are no more pics, click Preview/Post Message.
The Preview comes up; if it looks good, click on Post This Message.
Since it can take a while to post, at this point go get a cup of coffee or tea.
When you come back, your pics will be posted!
Note a 150K maximum file size is allowed.
If your file is too large, try confining the longest edge to about 500 pixels in a photo editing program. Many digital cameras produce pictures that are over 1 Meg in size, so you will have to adjust the images for display on this site.
Select good quality photos so we can fully appreciate your instrument; and include the serial number. You can include multiple pictures in a single post (each on a separate line) or post each picture in a separate post, whichever you prefer.
(Message edited by mica on May 23, 2005)
(Message edited by davehouck on November 06, 2005)