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    Font type and size

    I want to prepare a threat off site.
    Can someone tell what font size and type is typically used on this site.
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    Tim

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    Thanks Bruce.
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    Some wood processor formats do not play well with the Vbulletin software. You may see all sorts of extra weird characters in your text when you post it. Remember you can edit your post for 24 hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee Schierer View Post
    Some wood processor formats do not play well with the Vbulletin software. You may see all sorts of extra weird characters in your text when you post it. Remember you can edit your post for 24 hours.
    Thanks Lee,

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    It's best to just use straight text editing with a default font. But as Lee mentioned, you'll likely need to edit the formatting once you copy/paste into SMC. Please avoid small font size, too. It's impossible to read on larger monitors...meaning the mod team has to edit the post to rectify. It's also best if you do not put any images in your text before transferring it here. Add the images while editing here and keep in mind there are limits to the number of images in a single post. Multiple posts within your thread solve that. Do not create multiple threads on the same topic as that's confusing and requires the moderation team to merge threads to keep things together.
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    Please don't make a Threat but a thread would be nice LOL hahahahahah
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert Kemp View Post
    Please don't make a Threat but a thread would be nice LOL hahahahahah
    Got me on that one, Bert. Very observant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becker View Post
    It's best to just use straight text editing wit..........................while editing here and keep in mind there are limits to the number of images in a single post. Multiple posts within your thread solve that. Do not create multiple threads on the same topic as that's confusing and requires the moderation team to merge threads to keep things together.
    OK, do I understand from this, that I can have more then 15 images (from my SMC album) in a thread, if I have text, like a description of the picture, between images?
    Just want to be sure I've got that straight!
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    You can have as many images as you want in a Thread...the limits are on posts. 8 for direct upload/gallery and 15 linked from other sources including SMC smilies
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Becker View Post
    You can have as many images as you want in a Thread...the limits are on posts. 8 for direct upload/gallery and 15 linked from other sources including SMC smilies
    Thanks for clearing that up for me, Jim

    Tim

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