Postin pictures...how

What is the best way to allow you guys to see pictures. I took some last night of this old craftsman jointer along with the cutterhead.
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Do you EVER think to use Google to find the answer to a question before you post? This same question has been asked -- and answered -- here MANY times.
Hint: do you remember how you posted the picture of your knife drawer earlier this year?
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I dont have that account anymore. I read about the binnaries thing but did not find instructions on how to post there. Doug Miller wrote:

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go to www.forteinc.com and read about Agent
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What difference does that make?

Same way you post here.

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He is using google groups.... can't post to binaries using that.
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Then he should be _thoroughly_ familiar with the concept of _reading_ Google groups to find out how to do what he wants.
There have been many discussions here of the advantages and disadvantages of various news clients and servers, and where and how to post binaries.
Shouldn't take much effort to find them.
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What he said plus you don't post them to this group. They go in the binaries group that was established for the purpose of posting woodworking pictures.
BTW, a good newsreader has the ability to do what you want to do.
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Same way you post here BUT you attach the picture to your message. Read the help for your specific mail program on how to attach files.
It's a simple process - just try to keep the image size down - Microsoft has a free image resizer you can download - use Google to find it.
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Get them published in the next issue of ShopNotes. Then Krusty the Klown will post them several times in abpw for you.
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stryped wrote:

Ignoring the (off-topic) FAQ aspect of the question addressed by others, for what purpose may I ask? You already posted a link to the manual that has both pictures and drawings and I think we've pretty much beat this sucker to death...
What else is there possibly to ask or look at that hasn't already been discussed ad nauseum and for which there isn't a drawing or picture already available?
Plus, I've already noted I owned one of these in the past so what I've pointed out is based on "hands-on" already. The only difference at all is that at first I had forgotten this was the one w/o the depth-adjusting screws on the cutterhead, but that's certainly an almost trivial detail--either they're there or they're not. (Of course, the ease of adjusting is more than a trivial difference, but pictures don't help to solve that, it isn't going to grow them unless you were to adapt the cutterhead yourself).
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