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      Post #54311, posted on 08-07-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      I have a photo in my file that I would like to upload to a response to a forum thread. I read your thread here that addresses this but it sends you to another thread that deals with the gallaries.

      If I copy and try to place in thumbnail I have no "paste" function. If I go to URL I have no "copy image location" function. In short how do you do this, in simple terms by step if yo would.

      Nothing I have tried works.

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      Post #54312, posted on 08-07-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Hi Steve,
      You can't simply paste images. You upload the photo to your PFS by clicking on "My files" at the very top. First create a folder and upload the image to that folder. This will help you find the image later to insert into the forum post. Once you are in the forums, click on "My files" at the bottom left of the text area. This will open a pop-up that accesses your PFS area so you can find the image which you just uploaded. Once you find the image, there will be a series of icons next to the file name of that particular image. Click on the blue icon and it will insert he whole image into the forum post. Click on the green icon to insert a thumbnail to that image.

      You can read a bit more here: http://www.airlinercafe.com/forums.php?m=posts&q=55

      If the photo is in the photo database, ie. here: http://www.airlinercafe.com/photosearch.php Then you simply insert the photo ID number after the equal sign in this tag:
      Code:
      [photoid=]
      for example,
      Code:
      [photoid=14538]
      gives this:

      Regards,

      ahmed

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      Post #54314, posted on 08-07-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      I already posted so I went to edit and clicked on my files,I found the file but there are no icons next to it.

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      Post #54315, posted on 08-07-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      It's at the very far right. You might have to scroll to see them or expand the pop-up window.

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      Post #54317, posted on 08-07-2014 GMT-5 hours    
      Got it thanks.