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Default Test thread. Text & picutures combined

I was going to make a suggestion that it would be nice if we could combine pictures and text, but I am trying it first to see if it's possible. The picture I'm trying to show below is just the handle to my router height adjuster.

Ok, that didn't work. I'm on to the suggestion box.

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What are you trying to accomplish? Insert a picture, have text below it, add another picture and text below that, and so on and on?

If that is the case, that would make following a series of steps/tutorials a bit easier than having all pictures on the bottom of a post and having to match the steps with each picture.
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Hi Mike

Many members do that, you need to use a 3 party web server like below
TinyPic - Free Image Hosting, Photo Sharing & Video Hosting

Once you upload the pictures they will give you a url address that you can put in your post..

show and tell test ****



Walter below ****


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I was going to make a suggestion that it would be nice if we could combine pictures and text, but I am trying it first to see if it's possible. The picture I'm trying to show below is just the handle to my router height adjuster.

Ok, that didn't work. I'm on to the suggestion box.



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Hi BJ,
Thanks for helping me out with this.I got it to work finally. Here is a test. A little jewelry box I made.





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The only down fall with that way ,if the 3rd.party servers goes down the tube like many do ,all your pictures go with it and they don't go in your gallery file on this forum and you will not see a thumbnail on the main page..

By the way nice little box

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Thanks again. I see your point, but do you think that is likely? I guess when you download pics from your own gallery the image is copied and therefore is permanent on the site. Is that correct?

I am also wondering what the plastic thing next to the guide bushings is used for. Is it a homemade inlay collar to attach to your guide bushing? If so, I am very glad to learn that trick and I thank you for showing it to me.

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Hi Mike

" likely? " yes ,you will see many post that have no pictures when the server dropped off the net.
Here's just one of many
http://www.routerforums.com/portable...nd-router.html
http://www.routerforums.com/search.php?searchid=406389

The plastic ring is for the 1 3/16" PC guide to made it 1 1/2" OD diam.,I use the 1 1/2" size on many jigs..like the one below..

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Thanks again. I see your point, but do you think that is likely? I guess when you download pics from your own gallery the image is copied and therefore is permanent on the site. Is that correct?

I am also wondering what the plastic thing next to the guide bushings is used for. Is it a homemade inlay collar to attach to your guide bushing? If so, I am very glad to learn that trick and I thank you for showing it to me.


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Mike that is a very nice looking box!What kind of wood is it? Did you make the inlay?

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Very nice looking box Mike. How big is it?




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That's a sweet looking box Mike but I'm also intrigued by the inlay, has it been laboriously inlaid or is it glued on the surface or ?????

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