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    Posting pics and vid clips

    Please help, I just want to share a couple of pics and maybe a few short vid. clips of my homemade sprinkler set-up.(If vids are possible) However, I cannot find the user control panel button muchless the photo & album link to create an album to even get started. Maybe I'm just overlooking it. I found a photo & album link in general forum usage under settings and profile features. It says you can create an album by visiting the user control panel. I click on the blue colored user control link and it brings me to settings page, but no matter what I click on can't find a photo & album link to create an album. Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
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    Re: Posting pics and vid clips

    Go to "My Profile" and then on the left there is "Albums" area. Click "More" and in it you can create an album ... but ... you have very limited storage space on the forum for pictures.

    So, you either need to raise your storage allotment by Becoming a TFP Supporter or follow the How To Post Pictures tutorial.
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    Re: Posting pics and vid clips



    http://www.troublefreepool.com/threa...oto-s-Tutorial should help.

    If they're youtube videos, you type [ youtube ] just the youtube video number, not the whole URL and then square bracket slash youtube square bracket.
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    Re: Posting pics and vid clips

    Tried that, no albums area. Do you have join a group or something?
    16x48 Intex above groud 6500 Gal. w/Krystal Clear (Intex) 16" sand filter & SWG system (2650 GPH). Two different homemade sprinklers, will post pics when I learn to use the forum better.

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    Re: Posting pics and vid clips

    Hmm, maybe the album area is only for supporters, I don't remember.
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    Re: Posting pics and vid clips

    At this point, the Albums feature is turned off for the majority of TFP members at this time. Your best bet to upload photos will be to use the tutorial mentioned above.

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