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You can easily share photos on FiskerBuzz.com.

First upload your images to any photo sharing site like Photobucket or flickr. The photo sharing service will then display an image URL address that you can use to share the photo.

In the forum's post editor is a button
you can select. When prompted, paste the URL address of the image and it will then encapsulate the image with the proper code tags so that the image will appear in your post.

The post code will look like this:

Premium Members can attach photos to their posts as well, like attaching a file to an email.
 

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Wimbledon,

Can you start a new thread on just posting pictures of Karma's people have taken delivery on? I know that I for one would love to see all the pictures in one Thread vs trying to remember where I last saw a picture of a color I may want to order. I think this would be a wonderful tool to help those on the fence get engaged and enthused again. Maybe make it a contest, of best Picture in the daytime, nighttime, best Karma scenary....etc. I for one have a tough time deciding yet on the color combination for my soon to be ordered (I hope) Karma. I don't know how to post this or I'd do it myself, so....if you could help I'd really think it would be a great thread. Thanks

Mark, aka Hokiebird
 

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Organizing photos into threads dedicated to each color would be useful.

To start a thread, simply enter any individual forum. Towards the upper-right of the forum list will be a blue rectangle button labeled "New Thread". Click this to start a thread.

I started an Inferno thread as an example:
http://fiskerbuzz.com/forums/Thread-Inferno-paint-color-thread
 

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Wimbledon said:
You can easily share photos on FiskerBuzz.com.

First upload your images to any photo sharing site like Photobucket or flickr. The photo sharing service will then display an image URL address that you can use to share the photo. [snip]
Note that flickr now hides the actual "img" URL. You can retrieve it though. When writing a post, open a window to the flickr page of interest, e.g.:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/<thing that's the flickr page, not the raw image>

Then click on "share" and, if needed, "Grab the HTML/BBCode". Select the desired size (flickr resizes images into various sizes for you) and then click on the HTML and copy it (cmd-C or ctrl-C for Mac or Windows respectively). This will copy something like:
Code:
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/chris-flickr/7919268652/" title="karma-alta-2 by chris-flickr, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8315/7919268652_9b9045218a_b.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="karma-alta-2"></a>
Paste the whole thing, then delete everything up through the <img src= and the double quote, and everything after the close quote. That should leave you with the raw URL for the image itself, which refers to one of the farm*.staticflickr.com host names.

Add the square brackets and "img" tags as in Wimbledon's example and it should all work!
 

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ct-fiskerbuzz said:
Note that flickr now hides the actual "img" URL. You can retrieve it though. When writing a post, open a window to the flickr page of interest, e.g.:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/<thing that's the flickr page, not the raw image>

Then click on "share" and, if needed, "Grab the HTML/BBCode". Select the desired size (flickr resizes images into various sizes for you) and then click on the HTML and copy it (cmd-C or ctrl-C for Mac or Windows respectively). This will copy something like:
Code:
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/chris-flickr/7919268652/" title="karma-alta-2 by chris-flickr, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8315/7919268652_9b9045218a_b.jpg" width="1024" height="768" alt="karma-alta-2"></a>
Paste the whole thing, then delete everything up through the <img src= and the double quote, and everything after the close quote. That should leave you with the raw URL for the image itself, which refers to one of the farm*.staticflickr.com host names.

Add the square brackets and "img" tags as in Wimbledon's example and it should all work!
Or just use Photobucket.com, mouse over the IMG code, copy and then paste into your post. Much easier.
 
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