How to Post a Picture

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Wes7373 wrote:Ed, how did you resize it on the iPhone? did you use the crop function in the edit function?

I used "Image Size" out of the app store. I use it to resize rather then crop so I have it set to the max width size here 1180 and let the other one go to what ever it goes to. With my iphone that is 544 x 1180. It has a lot of other function which I have not played with. For me if I can get the rotate and size I want then it is doing its job.

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Thanks, Ed. Looks like that app will do the trick! I'll try it.
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other easy way is to use [img]imgur[/img] tag, upload pics to imgur and insert links between tag comma
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WebTraveler13 wrote:other easy way is to use [img]imgur[/img] tag, upload pics to imgur and insert links between tag comma
The problem with this way of posting is that if imgur or whatever host you choose decides to change the way they do things like Photobucket did recently, the images are lost forever from the post.
If you post the pictures directly to Shopsmith, they stay permanently with the post as long as the post exists.
Broken links are a frustration and posting to a third party site invites that.
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Thanks I am new to this forum world. Never used or been on forum websites and their interface is hard to understand. Thanks for letting me know about this feature.
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br549 wrote:After seeing this brought back to life, thought I might do an update with screenshots of what the procedure is with the other Board Preferences, namely ProSilver and SubSilver2. I also tried the Shopsmith1, and couldn't discern any real difference between it and the basic Shopsmith Board Preference.

With any of the Board Preferences, the same general limits apply as to picture size (2050 dpi max wide x 1180 dpi max tall x 2 MB max) and total of 10 pictures per post.

Each of the Board Preferences has its own look and feel, some showing more and some showing less info, or showing the same info in a different location or format.
This is a very good guide, but I need to know how to post directly from this https://gbapps.net/gbwhatsapp-apk/ app.
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Why do you want to post from whatsapp or any other app? The simplest way is to just post directly to the Shopsmith site the way it is set up to use.
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Admin,
Please remove the last 2 posts
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How can I post a picture from whatsapp gb ?
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curtnorval wrote:How can I post a picture from whatsapp?
Why would anyone want to do that?
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