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    Thread pic help

    When starting a thread, when you want to use a pic from your gallery, how do you do it?

    thanks in advance.
    CT

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    Re: Thread pic help

    Open HBC on a second tab. Hit copy on one tab paste on the other.
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    Re: Thread pic help

    Yup on your PC find picture in your gallery, click it once for one size and then a second time to get it bigger. It will appear like that. Then you copy and paste into a new thread or into a reply. It doesn’t work that way via phone or iPad but I probably know that already
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    Re: Thread pic help

    ^^^^What these guys said, but to further clarify, when you have the bigger version of the picture open in the gallery, "Right" click on the picture and choose the "Copy image" option out the the five that are presented. Then in the thread, "right" click again and choose "paste".
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    Re: Thread pic help

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