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Old 07-31-2017, 07:53 AM
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Finding Pictures I posted

I posted a picture in a thread using the paper clip option
I would like to post that same picture in a new thread.
How do I post that same picture with out uploading again.
It should be somewhere on the site that I can access and repost the
same picture

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Old 07-31-2017, 09:01 AM   #2
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Go to the thread that you posted your picture in and open the picture. Copy the url and put it in your new thread. That would be my guess

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Go to the thread that you posted your picture in and open the picture. Copy the url and put it in your new thread. That would be my guess
Does not appear to work

[img]http.... link i found to picture[/img]
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Maybe you could take a screenshot of the picture and use that?
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Old 08-01-2017, 07:36 AM
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Does not appear to work
Right click on the attachment in the old message and select "Copy Image Location". Then left click on the "Insert Image" icon in the new message and paste the URL into that.

I've occasionally used pics posted by others in some of my messages and that's how I do it.
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Let us know if you are still having issues after trying RoadiJeff's suggestion and we'll try to make up a how-to with screenshots.

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I keep having a problem with my pics being rotated, upside down etc. I'm usually pretty tech savvy and it's driving me crazy that I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong and how to fix it/flip my photos. Any help would be much appreciated.

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O.K., I flipped your PICS for you. That is one Beautiful Recon, my favorite color. You should be very proud of it.

Sorry for the inconvenience and annoyance, regarding this issue!

It normally is caused by the degree angle that you are holding your camera/I phone when taking the PIC, verses the way our Forum software views it.

My suggest would be to take the same PIC of a item 4 different times. Hold your I phone at a different 90° angle each time. Then Post them and see which works for you.
Currently, our Forum software does not have the capability to recognize and automatically straiten them out as they are received.

If you still then want to learn how to flip PICS, I will help you with this, but we will do it through PM's. It is somewhat lengthy and involved..

Both our AG and WF Staffs are here to assist you with any questions that you may have..FYI
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Thank you Old Dogger!! Much appreciated. I was able to post a pic using the AG app easily, as in it wasn't flipped. I will try to take pics with my iPhone in the vertical position and see if that helps.

I would love to know how to flip them for when they do appear all wonky if it isn't too much of a time consuming thing for you to give me instructions.

And finally, thanks!! I love it....love the red accents. We had the Hard Rock, same color before this one but love the extra red inside.

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Thank you Old Dogger!! Much appreciated. I was able to post a pic using the AG app easily, as in it wasn't flipped. I will try to take pics with my iPhone in the vertical position and see if that helps.

I would love to know how to flip them for when they do appear all wonky if it isn't too much of a time consuming thing for you to give me instructions.

And finally, thanks!! I love it....love the red accents. We had the Hard Rock, same color before this one but love the extra red inside.

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I found that if u edit the picture on your iPhone flip sideways and save in a bad or wrong position. Go back in edit and flip again to the correct position and save again it will usually post in the correct position. Sometimes the position tagging just needs to be adjusted or re-saved again
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You should try taking your photos with your phone held "landscape", with the volume buttons pointing towards the ground, and the "Home" button on the right. This is the technical "right-side-up" for camera phones

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Thank you Old Dogger!! Much appreciated. I was able to post a pic using the AG app easily, as in it wasn't flipped. I will try to take pics with my iPhone in the vertical position and see if that helps.

I would love to know how to flip them for when they do appear all wonky if it isn't too much of a time consuming thing for you to give me instructions.

And finally, thanks!! I love it....love the red accents. We had the Hard Rock, same color before this one but love the extra red inside.

Jeep on,
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PM sent explaining how to flip a PIC.
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Thank you Old Dogger and everyone else for all of your help.

I will try everyone's suggestions and if that doesn't work I will try to flip with the info Old Dogger sent me....otherwise I will ask admin to do it. This forum is awesome, so many helpful folks!! Thank you again everyone!!

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