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    Re: How to Post Pictures

    Wow looks like it worked...

  2. #22

    Re: How to Post Pictures

    Mr Big, how do you post multiple pictures in one thread, thanks, Larry

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    Re: How to Post Pictures

    Multiple pictures are easy Larry,
    You just add more links. An empty line between each link will keep them separated.





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  4. #24

    Re: How to Post Pictures

    Thanks Big, I will try it on my next post, Larry

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    I'm a new/old member. I used to be a member of this site but was suddenly unable to log in. This was years ago. I have recently re-joined as I like this web site a lot. I too would like to update my profile photo and upload photos. But I'm confused. I used to be computer literate but that has changed.

    My name is Dick Werner and my area of interest is pre-1914 Wisconsin motorcycles and Perry E. Mack. I have 25 years of research on these subjects and would like to share and hopefully make new contacts that would help my research. I have exhausted all known(to me)avenues for these subjects to include libraries, museums, historical societies, private collections, The Smithsonian, etc. I have written a couple magazine articles over the years hoping to make more contacts but to no avail.

    If someone could help me update my profile photo and post photos to forums I would really appreciate it. I did a search on this site and found a thread that dealt with this subject but I'm still confused. I would like to post photos from my PC. I'm not a member of Photo Bucket.

    Thanks
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    When I previewed the above post the upload photo section came up. I did it and it worked. Yeah! So I guess I know how to upload photos. I would like to still use the photo as my profile photo so I hope someone can help me. I would appreciate it.

    Thanks

    Dick

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    Re: How to Post Pictures

    Hello Dick, and welcome. I look forward to your contributions, and the knowledge you have, (no doubt) worked hard to get. I am particularly interested in Merkel, and Flying Merkel and am anxious to hear what you know about Joe Merkel, and the Wisconsin origins.

    As for you avatar, or profile picture: Look above at the tool bar and go to 'Forum Actions'. A drop down will appear and click on the last one, 'Edit Profile'. There will be an option to insert an avatar picture that you get from your own documents.

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    Re: How to Post Pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Runpet View Post
    When I previewed the above post the upload photo section came up. I did it and it worked. Yeah! So I guess I know how to upload photos. I would like to still use the photo as my profile photo so I hope someone can help me. I would appreciate it.

    Thanks

    Dick
    Done......

  9. Re: How to Post Pictures

    Well that went pretty good. Thanks Axeric! As Mr. Big said, Done!

    My knowledge of Merkel is pretty much what Herb Wagner has already said plus what other historians have written about. Their history is pretty straight forward. I do have a copy of their Incorporation papers if you would like a copy. It's obvious HD borrowed from them for their design.

    My area of expertise(if you wanna call it that)is Perry E. Mack, Mack Motor's(I have blue prints), Waverley Mfg. Co., Waverley motorcycle engines(I have v-twin blue prints), Jefferson motorcycles and Comet motorcycles. Plus Perry's cyclecar motors from 1913, his time at A.O. Smith Corp. and his extensive career at the Briggs & Stratton Corp. where he designed the B&S Motor Wheel and designed all or most of B&S's motors from the early 1920s. He was Chief Engineer at B&S for 30 years in their engine division. But that's another story.

    later

    Dick

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    Re: How to Post Pictures

    I am looking forward to your insights on early motorcycle lore, Dick. Was it Perry E. Mack who made the joke that he was traded to Briggs and Stratton for a giant lathe? I always thought that was a funny comment.

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