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Andreas BP Wrote:Ps. How do I upload pics to this blog/site? Or is it only for WM?
Picture Uploading - A Snappy Guide To upload a pic to the forum, you will need to first upload the picture onto a hosting site. This can be space provided by your internet service provider (your account may already come with one with a limited size). Whatever the case, the pic has to reside on a permanently live server and cannot be on your harddrive.Quick Step One: most people sign up for a free host at www.photobucket.comQuick Step Two: Upload your pic, preferably in 640x480 sizeQuick Step Three: Look for this box below and click on the URL beside IMG Code, and paste it directly in ‘Your Comment’ box when writing a new comment in the forum. Quick Step Four: check, check, check that you have successfully uploaded the pic (like I have done with the image directly above :) by using the preview button i.e. clicking on the ‘tick’, just above the ‘Your Comment’ box. And you’re done !
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Bill B. Wrote in reply to:Andreas BP"Ps. How do I upload pics to this blog/site? Or is it only for WM?[/QUOTE Wrote:Easy Peasy:
Andreas BP"Ps. How do I upload pics to this blog/site? Or is it only for WM?[/QUOTE Wrote:Easy Peasy:
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teeveetee Wrote:bold and beautiful andreas! (now rather than 'hijack' paul's post - may i suggest you start a new post complete with some more photos of your new beauty?). congratulations! thang
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Going back to Paul's enquiry...,Keep in mind that with mechanical watches you are buying craft. The Big Pilot's Watch really does have more craft: it's not just that the movement is in-house, but it reflects a whole process, including historical symbolism of its movement design. It makes a philosophic statement and, in doing so, it becomes a design icon.
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