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    How do I inset a Screen Capture

    Not exactly feedback or suggestion but here it is anyway.

    I need to know how to insert a screen capture (such as a Sandra or WCPUID display) into a post.

    I have PrintKey to capture, crop, and save but how do I get it into the post?

    I have tried copy and paste but with no luck.

    Thanks, Bill
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    First of all, you need an active link to the picture, as you can't upload files like this to the form. Here's an example of the code you insert:

    [IMG]URL of the image[/IMG]

    Like so:





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    Here goes for a test.


    Hope it works.
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    Didn't work, trying again,

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    Trying again (I am presestant).
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    Trying yet again
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    Last try.
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    I think I got it.
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    VinceF - help. Getting closer but not there. The image is gif (not jpg like in the first several trys).

    Thanks, Bill
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    UBB doesn't like spaces in links, either [IMG] tags or the [URL] tags for conventional links. Try uploading the file without a space in the name and you should have better luck. Your first attempt was fine except for that space.
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    The last one looks fine (the GIF without sapces in the name), but I can't seem to load it from @Home. Either the file isn't there or Rogers is down in their member areas.



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    Another try.

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    Oh well.

    Does't the fact that the properties box, of the red X icon, shows the image dimensions and file size mean that my HWC entry was correct and that something by that file name was transfered from my server?

    The saved image displays correctly in my puter using CompuPic, and the file name displays in the right panel of CuteFTP.

    Any more ideas, or checks that I can make?

    Appreciate your help guys, Bill


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