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Posting Photos

And you thought there were a lot of steps to assembling your sawmill!  These three postings break down how to post photos to the Norwood Connect forum.  There may be easier ways, but this is how, through much trial and error-- and some suggestions-- I finally got it done. as a jpeg format, preferably with a small file size.  

2. upload to Photobucket.  

3. copy from Photobucket to your post.


papow22's picture

I'm no expert as you,So I have a QUESTION?,How does a person put his picture as you got below "Poast Okakie".For I have photo's but never got figure out how to do

farmerjohn's picture

Papow22, its not hard. Click on your name and it brings up a window with your info on it. At the top of the page is a tab called "edit". When you click on that you can scroll down towards the bottom and there is a place to "browse" for the picture you want to use. Its probably best to put the picture you want on the desktop first, then it's easy to find when you browse.

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Hello.  I have tried this numerous times... gone through the edit... down to the photo... browsed and found my photo... and when I try to upload it, it simply places "kdm536 Photo" in the photo box (these words, no photo).   I had gone through the resizing, squaring, and shrinking of photo sizes for all of the "Photo too large" messages, but when it looks like the photo is good, I keep getting "kdm536 Photo" in the box..... does it take a while to upload and I'm just not seeing it yet?



diamondh's picture

I finally got the accessories finished for my mill,, and got an old vintage trailer rebuilt to accommodate the log winch and ramps. NOW,,,,,,I guess I'm ready to find some logs to mill. Rod

Timeout's picture

I have been putting my HD36 mill together. Run into the throttle cable problem. Off comes the muffler. Wonderful. 

Timeout's picture

Edited post.  I was in wrong category.