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Default 33 gallon cube construction journal/ Updated Pics 10/30/06



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Can't figure out how to post pictures from phtobucket.com ???????????
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When viewing photobucket copy the tag that starts with [img]. it'll be [img]http://blahblahblah
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Ok guys a little help here . Would love to share and document the construction of my new viv . It would be alot easier if this board had a manage attachments button !
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nawth21 , Can I change the name of the tag ? It is rather long .
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No idea but it doesnt matter if its long - when you click on it it should just copy the whole thing and when you paste it into the message it'll show up as the picture
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FORGET IT ! Not worth the hassle....I would love to share instead of just asking questions , but I'll have to wait till the mods add a " Manage Attachments " button . This photobucket crap is way to much work . Sorry Guys !
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Ok, deep breath Its easy once you get the hang of it. This is what the screen looks like when you're logged into photobucket. The one circled is what you need. Click on it, then right click 'copy'. In your post all you need to do is paste and it'll show as a picture

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Now I had to email photobucket it won't let me back in . Not to get on a soap box , but forum boards with out attachment buttons are a real pain in the butt !!!!!!!! There would be alot more picture sharing if the MODS would just add an attachment button . You click it highlite your picture and click add.... DONE . I will never understand why admins make people go to another site to upload pictures , it is just STUPID !!!!!!!! Thanks for your help and when I get back in to photobucket I will give it one more try . Other than that I'll just be able to read and ask questions . Love this site and people are great ! As far as web design it SUCKS.....NOT USER FRIENDLY
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you can upload pics here to your gallery. I just dont because photobucket is easier for me.
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It has nothing to do with the mods here. phpBB works that way natively. And getting ticked off at someone else because you can't get something to work does no good for anyone. Look in the Feedback forum to several how-tos on posting pictures - many of which I've written.



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Also, if you read the beginners sticky's i wrote a full guide from making a gallery here, to loading a photo to here, to displaying a photo here.

If after reading that you still can't get it working put another post in this thread and i will help you out.



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Thanks Guys , Sorry for the rant ! If I ever get in to photobucket again I'll give it another try .
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If you owned a website would you want to pay money to host someone's pictures when you can just have them host it somewhere else? You have to realize that the more space you require [to host pictures, etc] the more money you have to pay your web company.

Posting Pictures: It isn't hard.. Find the picture you want, right click, hit copy image location [in firefox, IE is retarded] then come here, paste the link, http://www.whatever.com/image.jpg

Then put [img]at%20the%20begining%20and[/img] at the end.
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After long hours back and forth with photbucket I'm sorry to say there will be no construction journal . They need me to make too many changes in security , firewall , ect ect to link pictures , and with a number of computers linked together on a network I can not take those chances. Oh well I tried .
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I don't understand what problems you are having with photobucket. I use them and there is never a problem. In photobucket, click the pic you want to attach... then once the full size pic appears(don't use the thumbnail preview pics), right click it and select properties. In the window you will see a url location that will look like http....something. Highlight and copy that. Then come back to you post here at DB. Look up on ht etop row just below subject and hit the img button once. Immediately after that paste the url you copied in and then hit the img button again and you're done. I have done dozens of pics this way with photobucket, so I know there is no security risk or upgrades that need to be done. Give it a try and see if it works.
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I can't even sign in . The server I'm on won't let me in because of the way it is set up . I can't change it with out administration password , and I don't have that nor can I get it . Thanks for trying though. Still happy to read and post , enjoy this forum very much .
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Easy solution,

Give up with photobucket and use the dendroboard gallery, it's free it's big and it's easy.

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Sounds good.....can you walk me through it ?
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Ok got photos into gallery Now how do I put them in a reply or thread ?
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I'm too lazy right now to copy the post I made in here and make the code tag work. But like I said in that post, if you can't get it to work, make the post anyway. One of us will repost your pics for you and tell you where the problem is.
http://dendroboard.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=16700



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Ok lets try the pic's . As you can see the viv will have a pond that overflows to create a river . Updated pictures will be posted tomorrow .
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Ok , Pics didn't work but you can view them in my gallery . Anyone who knows how to post pics feel free to post mine in this thread .
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Did you hand type the image name? If so you forgot the underscores and aparently jpg doesn't equal JPG. Also, when you see the large image in your gallery (normal_filename.extension) click on it and it'll open up a window that just has the image in it (filename.extension). That's the URL you want.

http://www.dendroboard.com/coppermine/a ... 0_6705.jpg
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defaced , Yes I did hand type it......wrong ! Steve I got your PM....... Thanks for your help guys , still clueless on how to post but will try tomorrow night with updated pictures . I have to get this down someway .
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Ok , still don't understand how to post pics from gallery . Anyway pictures have been updated . Check my gallery for pics of Pond/river , No more work will be done until after the Midwest Frog Show in two weeks . I hope to do more research there and pick up viv supplies . Defaced , I'll have to get you my phone # , and if you don't mind , talk me through the picture process .
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Finished pond/river . BIG THANK YOU TO DEFACED & STEVE , now i can post my own pictures Thanks so much guys !
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These next shots are what the setup inside the tank will look like .http://www.dendroboard.com/coppermine/albums/userpics/12397/normal_100_6724.JPG
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You may want to put some Java Moss in the section where the water hits otherwise all the splashing will soak your substrate. It looks great though. Nice work.
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thanks for the tip Frogtofall......is java moss able to be soaking wet all the time with out rotting ?
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Yep, you got to keep it wet. Often time its grown submerged in aquariums.
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Ok , I guess I'll have to ask who has some for sale when the time comes to finish the setup .
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Full Tank Shot with wood , pond & river combo installed .

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