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Mr. P

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  1. 1/800 sec, F2.8, let the ISO set itself.  Nikon 80-200mm 2.8 lense.  Sorry for just now responding, haven't been on Smoaky lately.

     

  2. Can't get into messages ...are there issues ongoing...been trying for the last two days

    1. Mr. P

      Mr. P

      Yeah, it appears to be an issue with the forum hardware itself. I don't think it's just limited to Smoaky. I've run across numerous Invision forum sites that encounter this issue. 

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  3. Can't get into messages ...are there issues ongoing...been trying for the last two days

    1. Mr. P

      Mr. P

      Above my pay grade. I recommend you post here about it: 

      I believe this is an ongoing issue that @MavGrad99 and @WestHardinfan1 have been trying to sort out for weeks/months.  

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  4. How do you take clips of a movie and post it? I'd really like to know how.

  5. How do you take clips of a movie and post it? I'd really like to know how.

    1. Mr. P

      Mr. P

      Ah gotcha... 

      Okay, there are two easy ways to do this. The first is just to post a YouTube link. The settings of this message board should automatically change it into a video: https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=TLfmEZYdtrY

      The second way is similar, but you have to make sure you do it exactly right or it won't work.

      You're gonna need to find the .gif file first. They're all over the Internet. Googling  "no soup for you gif" brings 1.6 million results. 

      If you're using a computer you can right-click on the image and select "Copy Image" and then Paste that link directly into your post: 

      giphy.webp

      But sometimes that doesn't work on this message board, so you have to paste the entire link inside some BB code. It would look something like this: [IMG ]http:www.websitename.com/NoSoupForYou.gif[/ IMG]

      The important part is to make sure your link ends with .gif! If it doesn't end in .gif then you're not actually linking to the image file itself, but a page that contains the gif. As a result, your .gif likely will not show up. 

      I hope this helps! Let me know if my explanation is too confusing.  :D 

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  6. How do you take clips of a movie and post it? I'd really like to know how.

    1. Mr. P

      Mr. P

      Could you show me someone's post that does this so I know exactly what you mean?

      There's a number of ways, and I want to make sure I explain the way you're wanting. :D 

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