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How can I post photos' in this forum?

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when you're posting, in the upper right of the editor toolbar there is a red circle with the Flash f in it, to the left of that is something that will let you add an image.

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The red "f" would be to post FLASHVIDEO not photos. To insert a picture click the icon on the right of the f which is a little picture, and then add the url of your image.
 
UPDATE: @strikingbad: oops, my apologies. Brain did not connect the whole sentence.

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As I wrote to the left of the red f.

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When I click the image bottom it wants a URL for the photo.  What if it's a pic you took on your camera, is there a way to upload from your computur?

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You've got to upload your photo to a 3rd party site like photobucket.com.  It is there that you can get an image url to post here.

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