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DOM Diamont Teardown - warning - very picture heavy!!!

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GWiens2001

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Post Sun Jan 19, 2014 4:18 am

Re: DOM Diamont Teardown - warning - very picture heavy!!!

I want to, but it takes a while. Actually considering going through and seeing if I can upload my pictures to older write-ups and link them. Wish the upload process had thumbnails of the pictures you are using. When you have 20-50 pictures, it gets confusing which ones to link without thumbnails.

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Post Sun Jan 19, 2014 8:45 am

Re: DOM Diamont Teardown - warning - very picture heavy!!!

GWiens2001 wrote:I want to, but it takes a while. Actually considering going through and seeing if I can upload my pictures to older write-ups and link them. Wish the upload process had thumbnails of the pictures you are using. When you have 20-50 pictures, it gets confusing which ones to link without thumbnails.

Gordon


Well, you could change the names of the images to be more descriptive when uploading so you have an idea of what is in each one, or add -1, -2 etc after the name and then just work from the image files as to which one is which. Then as you go along press the "Preview" button to make sure everything is right before posting.
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