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on: November 09, 2010 02:28:15 PM 
Started by gavagai, Message by PixieVal
Relevance: 41.3%
Avesthel- you did a great job of explaining, but I thought I would add some pics for gamemom since she says she's "computer illiterate". I know I like pics when I have trouble with things.  Kiss Kiss

Go to your last claim and click modify

It'll look like this after you click modify

Then highlight everything and copy.

and then you can just back out of that screen, or exit out, and paste it into your post.
on: November 09, 2010 03:29:28 PM 
Started by gavagai, Message by PixieVal
Relevance: 41.3%
 I'm really not as dumb as I seem Tongue.

Each of us had a first time doing everything, and chances are we had to ask! So we def don't think you're dumb!

how do you make pictures appear next to eachother?

I had to go into one of my old posts and experiment cause I've never tried this one before.
Normally when you post 2 pictures it would look like this:

That puts one directly under the other.

To make them post right next to each other, post both images directly next to each other with no space, like this:

To get more in a line, use the thumbnail version! Smiley
on: November 16, 2010 11:53:10 AM 
Started by gavagai, Message by gavagai
Relevance: 41.4%
The chicken fabric is 19 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches, and looks like this:

Still not the best of pictures though. It looks more sharp and solid colours IRL. The images are a bit blurry.
on: November 14, 2010 04:38:38 PM 
Started by gavagai, Message by greybird
Relevance: 41.4%
Scrabble tiles do fit... perfectly on the long side, but on the shorter side of the tile there is a gap.   I tried it both ways.   And the tile is too big for the rectangle tray.

I'm not sure if they will work for you or not, but here is a pic to see the gap so you can decide:

on: December 22, 2010 08:35:17 AM 
Started by gavagai, Message by guacaMolly
Relevance: 42.2%
Thanks for the vote of confidence!  Smiley  I was almost scared to claim again, and now it seems my fears are realized! I just added some of my handcrafted cold process soap to the offerings under the claim two. It's wonderful.

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