Poor Mr. Mooseman!

chromebumpers

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More than 2 years!

1634212290859.gif1634212290859.gif1634212290859.gifTrying to attach photos “UhG!” Very frustrating! Now copying is another learning challenge!

1634212486067.gif1634212486067.giflinks too? OMG!

 

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Now Canada says Elk can’t lick your car or truck! What now, can’t control if pictures are full size or thumbnail size?
 

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probably have road salt on the car paint, so that moose might be helping prevent rust,
but ID wash the car first chance I had anyway after that
 

Indycars

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Trying to attach photos “UhG!” Very frustrating!
Yes, it's slightly different, but is it that hard? Maybe you need to give it a couple of days.

Now copying is another learning challenge!

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links too? OMG!
Copying what? What about the links, what's wrong?
You will have to explain, I can't tell where you are having trouble from what you have said.

What now, can’t control if pictures are full size or thumbnail size?
Just click on "Insert"
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Then you will see the following options .....
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chromebumpers

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Hi Rick, I’ll make a attempt to explain.

In the past I could copy and paste a web address to my post so readers could just click on the automatically highlighted address. Currently when I copy and paste a link to my posts, it’s not copied in a contrasting color (such as Blue) showing it’s a working link and of course, it doesn’t work.
 

chromebumpers

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Number II - I have used photos, used here in the past with no problems but now those same photos are not loading and the message says the file is too large. I never really learned the correct way to decrease the file size, I had my own way of compressing the picture dragging the boarders in closer together making the picture physically smaller. I know, it’s not ideal this way but it worked and I would like to do it the correct way now.
 

chromebumpers

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Number III - Also, I use to be able to copy an article from say, eBay, CList or any commercial website and copy to my post directly. Now when I try the same thing it just copies over a link and of course - presently the “link” isn’t functiona.
 

chromebumpers

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Number IV - Before when I could post photos I had a choice between Thumbnail and Full size. If I pick Full size nothing happens.
 

Indycars

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Number III - Also, I use to be able to copy an article from say, eBay, CList or any commercial website and copy to my post directly. Now when I try the same thing it just copies over a link and of course - presently the “link” isn’t functiona.
I copied the italicized text from the link below. I'm not sure what's going wrong on your end.


By definition, the compression ratio (CR) is the total swept volume of the cylinder with the piston at bottom dead center (BDC), divided by the total compressed volume with the piston at top dead center (TDC). We’ll discuss the procedures and formulas for determining both the swept and compression volumes shortly. But first, let’s examine the consequences of not knowing the engine’s CR.

“Too little compression will usually result in unmet performance expectations. On the high side [too much compression] carries greater risk in tuning and potential component failure if appropriately better fuel is not used,” says Alan Stevenson of JE Pistons. “In forced-induction applications, erring on the low side is much safer than pushing your luck on the high side. The tuning window widens and provides more of a safety envelope in the event of a fuel pressure or delivery problem, or even a bad batch of gas. And, if the power isn’t quite there, another pound or two of boost easily makes up the difference.”
 

Indycars

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Number IV - Before when I could post photos I had a choice between Thumbnail and Full size. If I pick Full size nothing happens.
Try reducing the file size and posting again, probably it's the new file size restriction that is stopping you.

The max file size is 512 KB.
Resolution cannot exceed 1120 x 1120 pixels.
 
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