Your word is good for me. But if you'd like to post pics from your phone here's how based on Windows/Android and my Samsung S4. I'm sure something similar works for I Phones or whatever they're called.
1. Using a power cord that connects to the phone and the other end with a USB connector, connect the USB to the computer, and of course, power end charger to the phone. I'm not trying to insult anyone, just trying to make it easy as I can to avoid additional instructions.
2. The phone should register on the computer as a device. If you have named your phone, it will show that name, otherwise it will have some other id-name. It should be easily recognizable.
3. When ready to post on TFF, like on this thread, click the fifth button from the left on the reply banner (the smile face is first). The cursor when placed on this button will say 'upload image into post'. Click this button.
4. When the window for downloading appears, click Browse.
5. Locate the 'phone' device, and then 'phone' or 'card' depending on where your pics are stored - I save to the phone.
6. Then click DCIM folder; if you have a lot of pics on the phone, this will take some time to load.
7. Once loaded, choose the pic (must be one at a time if multi-pics are to be posted) and click it. A bar will popup showing it is loading but no pic will appear until the upload is complete.
8. After the pic is uploaded, click 'Add this file'.
9. If more pics are to be added, then click browse and follow the same steps as before, otherwise simply click 'Save all images'. This will imbed the pic into your message. Click Preview Reply to see it before posting if you'd like.
The above reads like a lot of steps, but once used, it is easily and quickly completed.
Note: Phone pics are usually set at an high pixel limit making the pic a large size (byte size, not visual). This TFF option will limit the number of pics to show per posting depending on pic sizing. The remedy for this is to download pics desired to the computer and resize them if that is an available option on the computer (it is for me as I downloaded a free 'resizer') or if the phone has a resizer, do it with it as more pics can be displayed after resizing without going the computer route - my phone doesn't have a resizer nor have I added an app to resize. Without resizing, I think I can get two to three pics to post; with resizing, I can get a boat load of pics to post.
At least, this is what works for me.
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