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|08-07-2018 09:58 AM|
Originally Posted by shaky6 View Post
|08-07-2018 09:55 AM|
|shaky6||Take the bolt that you took out of it to Lowes. Go to the hardware section and find that wall plate with all the thread size nuts on it. Find one that fits the bolt you took out and carried in with you. Turn around to the all the little drawers behind you and go to the one with "specialty" on it. Poke around until you find the correct well nut.|
|08-07-2018 01:24 AM|
Originally Posted by KLRCraig View Post
|08-06-2018 07:13 PM|
|KLRCraig||Is this Thread 'officially' HiJacked now???|
|08-06-2018 07:13 PM|
|KLRCraig||Well I'll be an Uncy's Muncle!|
|08-06-2018 07:12 PM|
I'm-o try IMGUR for a bit...
When I click my Pics it does indeed take me to the page that Insan3Guy shared above.
I think I'll select the 2nd link box down which is called
|08-05-2018 04:00 AM|
|08-05-2018 03:01 AM|
I think that is the difference between a newer 'hosting' site and a legacy one. On a legacy site like flickr you would get a drop-down that gives several coding options. BBcode is circa 1990-techspeak for "Bulletin Board Code" which is what we did before Al Gore invented the internet and global warming. It is really the HTML image code for sharing on a forum (a bulletin board).
The BBCode link in imgur should do the same function. It should provide an URL that ends in .jpg. There should be no need to open the image in a new tab or append a .jpg to an imgur URL. I have to do that when I am trying to fix a problem and I have to coax a proper URL out of the user's improper imgur link, but the user should be able to provide a proper URL to the forum in the first place.
That is the first time I have seen the user interface for imgur. Thanks for sharing
|08-04-2018 11:53 PM|
This is the view in the user's own gallery, and it includes copy paste links for all sorts of stuff over on the right:
PS: imgur also has a native resizing feature (done automatically by clicking in the 'sizes' category in the bottom right of the gallery user interface). Normal URLs contain 7 characters for the original image, but you can add a lowercase: "S" (for 'small' square [crops rectangular images to square]), "B" (for 'big' square), "T" (for small thumbnail), "M" (for medium thumbnail), "L" (for large thumbnail), and "H" (for huge thumbnail).
My image above has a lowercase L (for a large thumbnail) on the end of the 7-character string in the URL, so imgur resized the original 1500x1060px image to 640x452px.
|08-04-2018 10:42 PM|
By the way, regarding the image you posted...
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