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Discussion in 'New Members' started by tedlietz, Dec 8, 2013.

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  1. tedlietz

    tedlietz Member Customer

    As an intro...............I have a 65 gal reef garden, 29 gal sump, diy algae turf scrubber, Biopellets reactor, and a diy 162 watt led fixture...glad to be on board .

    Ted Lietz
     
  2. Turbo

    Turbo Does not really look like Johnny Carson Staff Member Site Owner Multiple Units! Customer

    Welcome!
     
  3. Rumpy Pumpy

    Rumpy Pumpy Member Trusted Member

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    Hi fella.

    I'd be v. interested in details of how you went about that (and maybe some photos of the end result).

    Been thinking of making one myself.
     
  4. tedlietz

    tedlietz Member Customer

    I went to LED group buy and used there Makers heat sink and followed there suggestions. The end result turned out quite good ..as far as posting pictures I,m not sure I can.I,m not to computer literate...........

    Ted
     
  5. Turbo

    Turbo Does not really look like Johnny Carson Staff Member Site Owner Multiple Units! Customer

    You can establish and account on Photobucket and upload the pics there, then paste the IMG code links here. Or you can use one of many other services as well.

    To upload a photo directly, just click the "Upload a File" button in the lower right corner of the Reply window, should be something similar on Tapatalk also.

    Here I did it just as an example via PC, this is how it looks.

    Once you upload it, you can insert the file as a thumbnail


    Engelmann.jpg


    Or as the full image


    Engelmann.jpg


    If you click the thumbnail, you see a pop-up of the full image.

    Neat! I learned something today! Now I can go back to not learning.
     
  6. tedlietz

    tedlietz Member Customer

     

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  7. tedlietz

    tedlietz Member Customer

    I tried to post a picture a pic but each time I get an error that the upload is to large......Ted
     
  8. Turbo

    Turbo Does not really look like Johnny Carson Staff Member Site Owner Multiple Units! Customer

    I think I have a limit on the upload size. I haven't configured everything yet. Photobucket and the like typically do not have a upload limit, but rather a drive allocation limit (GB) on your account as well as a download (bandwidth) limit. I pay $25/year for no limits. It's worth it and also saves forum servers from storing bajillions of GB of photos.

    Plus you can resize and edit on PB, etc.
    Or you can download Irfanview and install that, then batch-resize your pictures before uploading them
     

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