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well, no picture. It's my first try. I hosted the image on flickr, copied the url, added a number for a black border, made sure it was wrapped with the [img] on both sides.... Is it the formatting? I can't find any formatting (as in jpg) info in dylan's advice column. Oh well.
Last edited by kalifese; Jul 27, 2012 at 10:40 PM.
I thought I followed all the advice from the 'how to post pics' guide, which says to click the image button in the toolbar. Everything seems to have worked fine, except for the missing image once I post. I'll figure it out soon enough - and what do you mean by, "we"?
Anyway, on topic, the elevated connection between the two main towers looks pretty cool. Williamchung, maybe I'll give imageshack a try. Thanks.