How Do You Put A Photo Up

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Rob T.'s Comment
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Not sure why you guys are having issues. Press photos by the reply box, upload your desired photo with a caption PRESS GO!. The coding will appear in the text box. Use the preview button to make sure it uploaded correctly.

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Your photo must be 4 mb or smaller. If its too large it won't upload.

Thomas D.'s Comment
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That might have been the piece of the puzzle we have been missing right there. I personally didn't know that there was a size limit.

Tammy A.'s Comment
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Not working for me. the buttons i pushed to upload my sons picture arent there. but under my name it says reader. i dont think that was there b4

That might have been the piece of the puzzle we have been missing right there. I personally didn't know that there was a size limit.

Thomas D.'s Comment
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Yeah, I tried it again, still not working. I decided to just give up.

Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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That might have been the piece of the puzzle we have been missing right there. I personally didn't know that there was a size limit.

Yeah, I tried it again, still not working. I decided to just give up.

Did either of you try Brett's Vimeo tutorial at the bottom of this page?

Tutorial, bottom right . . . all about posting in a thread!

I just did this:

1.) I went to the 'photo' tab in the 'reply' (after quoting y'all.)

2.) I clicked on the blue 'upload photo' button....it led me to my PC library, where I store my pix.

3.) I looked around & hit 'select' within my PC library, on what I wanted, and hit 'OK' within my library.

4.) I see a 'thumbnail' of what I'd selected...right in the TT overview. Says, 'Please enter a caption of one sentence, or less.'

5.) Okay, I just did. I'll call it 'test photo/not funny' because it is both & neither.

6.) NOW, I shall hit the green GO BUTTON to the right of the 'upload photo' button.

7.) If it fails.... delete me!

~ Anne ~

ps: Once I send.. (hit go) it will (or it won't!) LoL...

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Tammy A.'s Comment
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They dont have those buttons any more and i really need opinions on my driving record ugggg

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That might have been the piece of the puzzle we have been missing right there. I personally didn't know that there was a size limit.

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Yeah, I tried it again, still not working. I decided to just give up.

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Did either of you try Brett's Vimeo tutorial at the bottom of this page?

Tutorial, bottom right . . . all about posting in a thread!

I just did this:

1.) I went to the 'photo' tab in the 'reply' (after quoting y'all.)

2.) I clicked on the blue 'upload photo' button....it led me to my PC library, where I store my pix.

3.) I looked around & hit 'select' within my PC library, on what I wanted, and hit 'OK' within my library.

4.) I see a 'thumbnail' of what I'd selected...right in the TT overview. Says, 'Please enter a caption of one sentence, or less.'

5.) Okay, I just did. I'll call it 'test photo/not funny' because it is both & neither.

6.) NOW, I shall hit the green GO BUTTON to the right of the 'upload photo' button.

7.) If it fails.... delete me!

~ Anne ~

ps: Once I send.. (hit go) it will (or it won't!) LoL...

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HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Tammy, under here click start a new reply. Then scroll up. Just above the text box to reply in are blue buttons. Click the photo button, then click "Upload New Photo". Then Find the photo in your files. Once selected hit the "Go" button.

Bird-One's Comment
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Hey Tammy, I posted a job posting from CFI below. I’m not sure what a BAC is probably alcohol related. So if you’ve never had a dui , dwi , no license suspensions no recent major accidents. No reckless speeding or anything related convictions on your Drivers license than you have a shot. I think you said you had some fender benders? I’m not sure how companies look at those but I would imagine you’ll have a good chance of getting hired on if and when you choose to move forward. It’s all going to be on a case by case basis.

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HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.

DUI:

Driving Under the Influence

DWI:

Driving While Intoxicated

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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Hey Tammy, I posted a job posting from CFI below. I’m not sure what a BAC is probably alcohol related. So if you’ve never had a dui , dwi , no license suspensions no recent major accidents. No reckless speeding or anything related convictions on your Drivers license than you have a shot. I think you said you had some fender benders? I’m not sure how companies look at those but I would imagine you’ll have a good chance of getting hired on if and when you choose to move forward. It’s all going to be on a case by case basis.

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Bird-One

BAC is Blood Alcohol Content. A person gets that when drunk but not driving any motorized vehicle....so if walking or riding a bicycle drunk, etc, you get a ticket under those statutes with your BAC listed.

Laura

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.

DUI:

Driving Under the Influence

DWI:

Driving While Intoxicated

OOS:

When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

Tammy A.'s Comment
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thats the problem no text box

Tammy, under here click start a new reply. Then scroll up. Just above the text box to reply in are blue buttons. Click the photo button, then click "Upload New Photo". Then Find the photo in your files. Once selected hit the "Go" button.

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