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    Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Maybe a stupid question but Id like to know how to post the same write up on autogeek that I did here without re doing the whole thing. Not that I visit them often but sometimes Id like to share interesting situations. Thank you!


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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Copy and paste function
    Edit: just noticed you use Tapatalk. I`m not sure when using that.
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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    If you`re hosting your pictures on an independent server--just copy and paste, as Coleroad stated. That should be fine for a VB forum, but you still may have to proofread in case some versioning or individual hacks cause editing errors. If it`s another forum software, it may take a lot of editing. Now that I`m thinking about it, the pictures may come in anyway, I know I`ve done that between Autopia and AGO, of course that may be a special case. If using forum galleries you may bring in a watermark, however.

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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Thanks!

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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Mike,
    I`m not sure about the posting rules on Autogeek but maybe you`re allowed to post links. If so, you could just maybe type the link to your Autopia article? That`d save quite a bit of typing.

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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Okay, thanks!

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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Thanks for the help, but I think I’ll just stay here rather then risk anymore 3 page private messages!

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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike lambert View Post
    Thanks for the help, but I think I’ll just stay here rather then risk anymore 3 page private messages!
    Got to be a good story here. Don’t leave us hanging.

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    Re: Posting an Autopia write up on another forum

    I mentioned Kevin Brown giving a class we were hosting a few years ago. I wanted to let people call me for more information as the class was associated with Meguiars. I did not check Mr. Phillips schedule and received a long pm about his class .

 

 

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