03. How To Add A Photo To Your Message
Posted 08 October 2006 - 10:57 PM
Click on BROWSE to find the picture in your hard disk.
Choose the picture you want to add. Only jpg, gif and png files can be added and the maximum size is 500KB. Files larger than that will be rejected. There are free tools that allow you to resize your pictures and make them smaller, like Google Picassa or IrfanView.
Click the ADD THIS ATTACHMENT button to proceed.
It may take a while for your picture to be transferred to our server. When the transfer will be finished, you will see the file listed. More pictures can be added and they will all be listed.
Choose a picture from the list and click ADD INTO POST.
The picture will be added to your message, but it doesn't show as a photo yet. You may select and drag the code for the picture to reposition it within your message.
Click the PREVIEW button at the bottom of the screen to see how your message will show. The picture shows as a thumbnail of the actual photo. Those who want to see the full-size photo should click on the thumbnail (CLICK TO ENLARGE).
Posted 01 December 2006 - 10:16 PM
Posted 09 June 2008 - 11:45 AM
Proti fora pou eimai sto forum auto kai mou aresei polu. Exw diabasei to oti prepei na kanw gia na attach mia fotografia, alla den to katafera, apla den exw to Browse option sto telos tou New post . Tha to prospathisw apo dw oxi san new post alla san apantisi.
Posted 11 June 2008 - 01:12 PM
I never understood this GreekLish.
P.S. If you don't know how to use your keyboard to write the Greek alphabet I'll gladly explain it to you.
Posted 21 June 2008 - 09:05 AM
Posted 21 June 2008 - 07:36 PM
I have realised, after reading only a few of your hundreds of posts, that you do actually hate the so called greeklish. Well, I'm afraid English is the lingua franca at this moment and it has a strong influence on many other languages, especially when it comes to terminology related to IT. Spanish, my native language, also suffers of this influence, particularly in Latinoamerica, but at the end of the day it is all about communication. I love the "purity" of languages as well, but sometimes this can be incomplete or too strict. One of the main reasons why I'm coming back to Greece, permanently, is the beauty of Greek language.
Your comments are normallly quite funny, but sometimes I think you are a bit arrogant too
Having said all this, elpizw na eiste kala... ooops, sorry, I meant I hope you are fine.
Posted 22 June 2008 - 01:47 PM
I like your straightforwardness, I admire that in people.
The fact that I seem arrogant must have something to do with the language. At school I learned my English mainly from reading Micky Spilane books. My English teacher was also a fan so we had great time discussing our hero. Shakespeare was like reading mothballs to me.
At the other hand arrogant is also translated as "open display of pride" In that case whole nations can be called "arrogant". Should one hide pride?
I always advice and teach my students to be proud , in the meaning of "black is beautiful" and other stuff. Anyhow I'm trying to be the one I am. No more no less.
Now this greeklish matter. I can be short for that one. When the Greek government would advise it as the National Written Lingo I'd be very very glad. It would make learning Greek and reading a newspaper a lot easier, but also more dull....
For typing in Greek: right click on your language icon in the task bar. (it should read EN ?) click settings and make your choice (or add) from the menu. It's almost as if being in a lingo setting restaurant ? Switching between lingo's? Just press both shift alt.
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Posted 22 June 2008 - 11:37 PM
I did it , I used to have the Greek alphabet in my previous computer, but for some reason I didn't know how to do it properly in my new one. Now it's done and I'm glad, thanks.
Being arrogant can be an attractive thing, I guess sometimes I'm arrogant myself. Should pride be hidden? Well, I am a Spaniard living in England for a few years now and I can only say: pride should never be hidden. My grandfather, who died bravely during Franco's dictatorship, sent a letter to my grandma and he said: "Tell our children to always be proud of their background, their virtues and even their faults".
I also admire straightforwardness in people, it saves a lot of time, worries and misunderstandings.
Just one more thing, I'm a woman and my name is Natalia.