Andrewcee wrote:Thanks for info. Bought 8820 for £20, old TV at charity shop for £10, cardboard box 8220 packed in for free, and brilliant results. Few little flashing spots only when screen full of text hardly noticeable, else black. Great job!
New Master on left with video board, original B on right running Solidisk 256 board at 4MHz... if only I can work out to post picture!
Below the text edit box are two tabs, the left hand tab is labelled 'Options' and is open, the right hand tab is labelled 'Attachments'. Click on it to open it. Then click on 'Add files'. The next bit depends on what device you are using. But you should have one or more options to take a picture or upload a picture or file.
If you are uploading pictures, you can just leave them as attachments (they will display at the bottom of your post). Or you have the option to put each one "in-line" where the cursor is currently in the text box.
Note that small pictures will not show as a picture. If you want to display one like this, use the 'Preview' button (below the text box) to open it, copy the URL. Then use the 'Img' button at the top of the edit/text box, then paste the copied URL inbetween the 'Img' tags. You can also use this to display other pictures that you have a URL for, such as on your own web site, or from a photo sharing or file sharing site (although pictures on some sites will not always display due to restrictions on the photo sharing or file sharing site Mark