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    Posting large statements through photobucket dot com.

    Hi: I use to post in the Beethoven Reference Site. When I want to explain something about a (music) score I just embed the sheet in the post. This is how I do it: I first download the score from the IMSLP and display it on the screen. Then take a screenshot which gives a .png (or something like that) file which I upload to photobucket dot com. They then give me a link to the file which I embed in the post. Assume now I have the page of a book on mathematics and want to repeat the procedure in this forum. Will that work? Of course one thing I can do is to try, but I always prefer being given instructions. That's all.
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    Re: Posting large statements through photobucket dot com.

    Quote Originally Posted by STF92 View Post
    Hi: I use to post in the Beethoven Reference Site. When I want to explain something about a (music) score I just embed the sheet in the post. This is how I do it: I first download the score from the IMSLP and display it on the screen. Then take a screenshot which gives a .png (or something like that) file which I upload to photobucket dot com. They then give me a link to the file which I embed in the post. Assume now I have the page of a book on mathematics and want to repeat the procedure in this forum. Will that work? Of course one thing I can do is to try, but I always prefer being given instructions. That's all.
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