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What does your desktop look like??

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If the picture is already online, you can simply enclose it in IMG tags, like this:

 

(IMG)http://www.mywebsite.com/images/myimage.jpg(/IMG)

 

Except that you would use square brackets instead of parentheses. (Don't click the link above; it doesn't go anywhere.)

 

If the image is not currently online, I think you're stuck because I don't believe we allow image uploading to the server here.

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how can i get it online to put onto here, or any other forum?

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I think you're stuck because I don't believe we allow image uploading to the server here.

You do. When writing a post, click to "go advanced", then "manage attachments" und "additional options". In the new window, you can upload files.

 

@mamakosj: But I think you shouldn´t use the SFN webspace for non-SFN use.

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thanks for that... very useful, your statement is.

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yeah i can do that too :P had to turn the skydome off incase some wee kiddy seen it.

 

[ATTACH]1536[/ATTACH]

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JTHM is awesome ^.^ the comic in question on my desktop

spookys desktop.JPG

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Well i don't know how to post images on the board so i describe it in words. The icons are the programs i use frequently. My background picture is a image of the beautiful vast Carina nebula, which also is a massive stellar nursery.

A sight for sore eyes, it's this picture of the carina nebula i currently have as desktop pic:

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0710/EtacarinaeSGL_gendler.jpg

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Well i don't know how to post images on the board so i describe it in words. The icons are the programs i use frequently. My background picture is a image of the beautiful vast Carina nebula, which also is a massive stellar nursery.

A sight for sore eyes, it's this picture of the carina nebula i currently have as desktop pic:

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0710/EtacarinaeSGL_gendler.jpg

 

Take a screenshot. There should be a PrtSc button which will copy your screen. Just paste it into an image program(MSpaint will work) and save it. Upload it to a site like photobucket. Once it is uploaded, view it and copy the web address.

 

On this forum, we use image tags. Photobucket will have the address already in image tags if you choose to go that way. If not, you can take the address you copied and type the tags yourself. It goes like this:

address of the picture

 

The link you provided would render like this.

EtacarinaeSGL_gendler.jpg

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Doing a revive of this thread.

Minimalistic yet flashy desktops are where it's at =)

 

desktop.png

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Just took a shot. You can clearly see how "game-addicted" am I:embarass:

 

The fact that my favorite game logo occupies your desktop more than makes up for the painful un-organization of it [desktop].

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I guess I'll play. Here's my laptop, WinXP SP3:

Snail, that thing is called Objectdock. It's free for windows.

nbdesktop.png

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Mine. Bog standard Vista 64.

Desktop.jpg

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here's mine;)

?action=view&current=wallpaper.jpg

 

its not working;(

one more try...

?action=view&current=wallpaper.jpg

Edited by chitrangda
multiple post merged

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