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Myrddin, August 9, 2007
Posted August 17, 2007
That was awesome.
Maybe you should add a section
How to choose the file type of an image
But it's just one click: Save as Type. One would think it's self-explanatory. It functions the same as every other program in this regard. I suppose, though, that if one is using Word, one rarely has cause to explore non-.doc file type options...
I don't know. Sure there has been a rash of that same question recently, but out of the hundreds of thousands (is it millions yet?) of people that have download Paint.NET, only a handful have had cause to pose the question.
Yes, that would seem fitting but I don't want to bulk out the tutorial with all the in-between pieces that should be common knowledge. If it becomes too long new users may be intimidated by what should be a simple process yet met with a complicated looking tutorial. If of course a fair amount of people suggest the same I will amend it in, but not unless.
Perhaps, if one were to add sections on what file type to use where, it could be a stand-alone tutorial. Otherwise, the tutorial would be: To change the type, click the drop-down in the Save As dialog.
Plus, there's no real obvious place to put it, other than in a Basics tutorial... What!? Why are you all staring at me? >_>
Apparently your dashing good looks .
Was that a hint for someone to do such a file type tutorial?
It wasn't intended as a nudge with the subtlety of a battering ram, but if you feel like to do it, I won't stop you.
It'll be done in fifteen minutes.
I don't know if Paint.Net is the right program for someone who doesn't know how to choose the file type. I mean, even if you use MS Paint you should know how it works...
Three times so far today, explain that.
Posted August 18, 2007
Good tut.. Lol very quick tut too.
Posted September 3, 2007
Weird, I didn't see this tutorial before...
Posted November 17, 2007
um...but what do i do after i upload it.....do i paste the http//..... between the two "....."?
ohhh I GET IT!! TY
Posted November 18, 2007
There is also Google's Picasa Web ( http://picasaweb.google.com/ ) which also lets you do thumbnails but does not do the BBcode for you. I had to use this for my image at viewtopic.php?f=15&t=5130&start=15 because my wonderful works proxy has blocked both imageshack and photobucket. Weird thing is it has now blocked picasaweb and yet I can still see my image and no it's not cached.
Actually, that's an excellent point...
Edited first post: added instructions for the application of code within the post - so, as well as how to get there, it now details what to do with it. Also slight rephrasing of a few areas.
Posted December 12, 2007
very useful, thanks..
Posted December 16, 2007
7. For posting your images, while in possession of your image URL, simply insert it into a set of image tags, like so: .The closing tag must include the backslash to denote the end of the command. Also, if you ever need a quick reminder of tag use, you can always hover your cursor over the relevant button above the field where you write your post reply.
The closing tag must include the backslash to denote the end of the command. Also, if you ever need a quick reminder of tag use, you can always hover your cursor over the relevant button above the field where you write your post reply.
It's a slash, not a backslash.
Slash (aka Forward Slash) = /
Backslash (aka Backward Slash) = \
You're very right, thank you.
Posted December 20, 2007
thanks for the tut...i would have figured it out, but then i wouldn't have an excuse to show it off
Posted December 21, 2007
Thanks a lot! I am new to forums so I didnt have the slightest idea on how to do this thanks
Posted January 4, 2008
Can you perhaps let me know how you've made these? please??
thanks in advance!!
How do you mean 'made'? I took the screenshots if that is what you mean. I also drew the little guideline boxes, too. I'm clever that way .
Did I answer you correctly?
Posted January 11, 2008
actually this just saved me ive jussed started to use forums and i didnt know what to use to get them on here thanx .
Posted February 20, 2008
Hehe. Very helpful for the newer ones... Newer than I am, myself. .... (Joined on the 17th, I think.).
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