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papow22
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Photo bucket account

Got the photo bucket account NOW TO TRY AND POST PHOTOS,WELL THAT'S ANOTHER STORY.HOW TO POST PICTURES ON HERE AS YOU GUYS SEEM TO SO EASY!?..........indecision

sawdoc
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In Photobucket click on the IMG code to the right of the selected photo. This copies the code into your computer's memory. Now go to Norwood, sign in and start a new Post. Place the cursor where you want the photo and press Control + V which will paste the photo in your post. At this point all you will see is the code, not the photo.

To see if you were successful, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "Preview Post". This will show you what your post looks like before you actually post it. If you like it, scroll to the bottom and click on "Submit Post". If you don't like it, scroll below the preview and edit your information.

I like to open two tabs in my Internet Browser so I can sign on to Norwood in one tab and sign on to Photobucket in the other. Then I can go from one site to the other with a click of the mouse.

Hope this helps

Bob

Post Oakie
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Sawdoc, good description of the process.  Nice winch on the mill.  Looks like it swings well out of the way while you're sawing.  I've been thinking about setting up an electric winch and hooking up jumper cables to the mill's battery.

sawdoc
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Post Oakie - I've thought about putting a Harbor Freight battery winch on the log turner, but when I really think about it, I realize that I can probably get the job done faster with the hand winch. Under the old Forum format, I believe that JP posted some pics of his turner using a HF winch.

Bill
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Great explanation Bob time taken for helping out is always appreciated.

  Bill

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