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  • BucketBucket Frets: 7751
    How does one go about posting images? I've tried the usual Photobucket [IMG] code and it didn't work.
    - "I'm going to write a very stiff letter. A VERY stiff letter. On cardboard."
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  • SporkySporky Frets: 28753
    Just post the raw URL and the site parses it automagically.
    "[Sporky] brings a certain vibe and dignity to the forum."
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  • rprrpr Frets: 310
    how does one post videos?
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  • SporkySporky Frets: 28753
    Exactly the same way - just post the URL. :)
    "[Sporky] brings a certain vibe and dignity to the forum."
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  • thumpingrugthumpingrug Frets: 2940
    How does one subscribe to a thread.  Ive posted this somewhere else but the diazepam is taking effect so minds a bit foggy

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  • SporkySporky Frets: 28753
    There's a star top right of the opening post - click that and it creates a bookmark section.
    "[Sporky] brings a certain vibe and dignity to the forum."
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  • thumpingrugthumpingrug Frets: 2940
    edited August 2013
    Cheers.  You guys have thought of everything.  Its amaze balls

    One more thing - smilies. any chance of the name of the smily appearing if they are hovered over?

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  • How do I re-name a URL link so it looks like not the URL but a different word?
    littlegreenman < My tunes here...
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  • monquixotemonquixote Frets: 17689
    tFB Trader

    How do I re-name a URL link so it looks like not the URL but a different word?
    Type the word you want to be a link then highlight it and click the "Insert Hyperlink" button. 
    Hello 
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  • mike_lmike_l Frets: 5700

    I did write some theory stuff as promised last night, nuffink heavy, just basic scale and chord formulas with examples. I did save it to my computer and figured I'd be able to cut'n'paste it onto a new thread for you guys to use or abuse..

     

    I can't cut'n'paste it to here.

     

    Any ideas anyone? preferably without having to type it all out again.....

    Ringleader of the Cambridge cartel, pedal champ and king of the dirt boxes (down to 21) 

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  • TTonyTTony Frets: 27712

    I can copy & paste fine.

    There's no "paste" option from a right-mouse button click into the "leave a comment" box, but Ctrl-C and Ctrl-V works fine.

    Having trouble posting images here?  This might help.
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  • littlegreenmanlittlegreenman Frets: 5037
    edited August 2013


    How do I re-name a URL link so it looks like not the URL but a different word?
    Type the word you want to be a link then highlight it and click the "Insert Hyperlink" button. 
    Hello 
    Thanks :) Any way to make it open said URL in a new tab/window, or am I asking for a stick to mount my moon on?
    littlegreenman < My tunes here...
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  • mike_lmike_l Frets: 5700
    Thanks, shall give the cont C a go

    Ringleader of the Cambridge cartel, pedal champ and king of the dirt boxes (down to 21) 

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  • mike_lmike_l Frets: 5700
    Yay it worked

    Ringleader of the Cambridge cartel, pedal champ and king of the dirt boxes (down to 21) 

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  • ddloopingddlooping Frets: 325
    edited August 2013
    @littlegreenman
    Thanks :) Any way to make it open said URL in a new tab/window, or am I asking for a stick to mount my moon on?
    • While writing/editing your comment, click the "<>" button on the right of the toolbar to get in "Show source" mode.
    • Find the "<a href="http:// www.yourlink.com">Your link</a>" tag for your link.
    • Add "target="_blank" to it: <a href="http:/ /www.yourlink.com" target="_blank">Your link</a>
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  • JalapenoJalapeno Frets: 6399
    Ought to be the default really - any chance at some point ?
    Imagine something sharp and witty here ......

    Feedback
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  • ddloopingddlooping Frets: 325
    Jalapeno said:
    Ought to be the default really - any chance at some point ?
    Agreed, I'll see what we can do about it. ;)
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  • ddlooping said:
    @littlegreenman
    Thanks :) Any way to make it open said URL in a new tab/window, or am I asking for a stick to mount my moon on?
    • While writing/editing your comment, click the "<>" button on the right of the toolbar to get in "Show source" mode.
    • Find the "<a href="http:// www.yourlink.com">Your link</a>" tag for your link.
    • Add "target="_blank" to it: <a href="http:/ /www.yourlink.com" target="_blank">Your link</a>
    Aha, Cheers :) And it's back to w3schools for me! Not used HTML for ages, and I was crap at it then ;)
    littlegreenman < My tunes here...
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  • ddloopingddlooping Frets: 325
    ddlooping said:
    @littlegreenman
    Thanks :) Any way to make it open said URL in a new tab/window, or am I asking for a stick to mount my moon on?
    • While writing/editing your comment, click the "<>" button on the right of the toolbar to get in "Show source" mode.
    • Find the "<a href="http:// www.yourlink.com">Your link</a>" tag for your link.
    • Add "target="_blank" to it: <a href="http:/ /www.yourlink.com" target="_blank">Your link</a>
    Aha, Cheers :) And it's back to w3schools for me! Not used HTML for ages, and I was crap at it then ;)
    Don't I get a "Wisdom" clicky for that? :D
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  • ddlooping said:
    ddlooping said:
    @littlegreenman
    Thanks :) Any way to make it open said URL in a new tab/window, or am I asking for a stick to mount my moon on?
    • While writing/editing your comment, click the "<>" button on the right of the toolbar to get in "Show source" mode.
    • Find the "<a href="http:// www.yourlink.com">Your link</a>" tag for your link.
    • Add "target="_blank" to it: <a href="http:/ /www.yourlink.com" target="_blank">Your link</a>
    Aha, Cheers :) And it's back to w3schools for me! Not used HTML for ages, and I was crap at it then ;)
    Don't I get a "Wisdom" clicky for that? :D
    Shazam!
    littlegreenman < My tunes here...
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