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    I am trying to post a picture in a response but cant quite get it. Any ideas?

  • #2

    Where you write you reply in just scroll down a little further and you will see a button that says manage attachments. Click on it and find you picture which must be posted some where on your computer. upload and wait for confirmation. It must be the right size also. There are some picture or album storing places that do not let you transfer photos. So be aware.
    John T.


    • #3
      Thank you so much. It worked


      • #4
        or do it this way


        • #5
          one more


          • #6

            Nice work on those pieces. Glad to have been of some help.
            John T.


            • #7

              I think I got it.
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              • #8
                posted picture.

                That is an African elephant. Pattern by Jacob Fowler, Creative Woodworks and Crafts. Nov. 04 issue.


                • #9

                  Thank you, Jadings and Jimp for posting your work, they are very good. Your work is something to be proud of.

                  John, Thank you for informing us on how to post pictures.



                  • #10
                    Thank you Dena F


                    • #11
                      For JIMP

                      I saw the pic. of the Boston Terrier you posted in this thread...I have a head and shoulders pattern I drew of my Bullmastiff that I think you might like for an intarsia project. I drew it for a portrait project but the size of the segments would also lend itself well to intarsia. If you or anyone else is interested let me know.
                      If it don't fit, don't force it....get a bigger hammer!!


                      • #12
                        HI Neal I wood love to have a copy I like doing the dogs.


                        • #13
                          Acorn Wall Shelf

                          Thanks for the tip, I'll try to post a picture of this Acorn Wall Shelf I just finished last night. I'll also add it to the gallery of pictures.

                          All critique will be welcomed.


                          Humm??? it seems it only posted a link rather than the actual picture...maybe it was because the gallery section told me it was down for maintenance or than again I might have just screwed up...
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                          Last edited by Jimpask; 03-09-2005, 09:46 AM.
                          Jim Paskett
                          RBI HAWK 220


                          • #14
                            Great Shelf!

                            Awesome job on the shelf!, the attachments worked out well.
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