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Charlotte Appleton
Aug 19, 2017

How to post photos and videos on this forum!


Hi Guys, I left out a couple of things from the tutorial video.Click below: If you want to add photos and videos to your forum posts you can do by clicking on the camera and video camera icons in the bottom left hand side of the post. It will ask you to upload from your computer so simply search your folders for the one you want. Do let me know if there's anything else you want me to go through. C x

Sep 8, 2017

Thank you Charlotte, just the information we all needed, regards Doc Cox

Charlotte Appleton
Sep 8, 2017

No probs Doc Cox! I left out that vital info from the tutorial video. Silly me. If there's anything else you need to know just drop me a message x

Sep 8, 2017

Have tried to download a video from my you tube site but it just sits there chugging away, could you do a step by step video or written explanation for us oldies please Charlotte.

Sep 11, 2017

Good morning Charlotte, have solved my video problem, had not made the video on You Tube available to the public, so made a short edited one, made it public and the problem now seems to be fixed.

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