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    3 monthes start to finish

  • #2
    What am I missing or should I say what are you missing? I don't see a picture.


    • #3
      Was going to say the same. Where do I find the picture of the finished work?
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      • #4
        I got it. Maybe he meant the message. He is a very slow typist. Just joking, I am sure you will tell us what you are talking about.
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        • #5
          Might be one of those funnies you know "how do you keep a scroller in suspense"

          LOL!!! I do that all the time with e-mails where I get so excited and forgot the attachment.

          I think we have all done that at one time or another. When you upload the photo I think for a Jpeg it can not be more than 780 x 780. I found after you up load them you have to go back to the paperclip again and you will see your images and just click on it and it will embed itself on your post. You wont actually see the picture though until after you submit it. All you will see is brackets and letters. Hope this helps you.
          Last edited by kyscroller; 02-23-2007, 02:50 AM.


          • #6
            Originally posted by kyscroller
            You wont actually see the picture though until after you submit it. All you will see is brackets and letters. Hope this helps you.
            You should see your picture when you preview your post before submitting it.


            • #7
              Welcome to the forum cbenson56244.


              • #8
                No...he's just saying he clocked 3 months from start to finish and it took him 3 months. lol
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