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runn3R

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Rules of use
« on: February 15, 2008, 02:45:22 pm »
Welcome All  :D

Please feel free to place your posts under appropriate category at our GIGABYTE Community Forum. General rules of using any forum apply. In your topic subject please indicate exact model of GIGABYTE product.

Before posting your question it's worth checking our FAQ section.

For SEARCH function please register first.

If you have any overclocking question / issue then put it into the appropriate board in "Overclocking" section at http://forum.giga-byte.co.uk/index.php#10.

If you are grateful for some user you may thank him by increasing his karma by clicking at [applaud] under his name.

Methods of posting photos:

for images with width not exceeding 768 pix you can follow this example:

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[img]http://website.with_link.to/picture.jpg[/img]
for images with width exceeding 768 pix:

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[url=http://website.with_link.to/picture.jpg][img width=500]http://website.with_link.to/picture.jpg[/img][/url]
or to have it wider (max visable size = 768 pix):

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[url=http://website.with_link.to/picture.jpg][img width=768]http://website.with_link.to/picture.jpg[/img][/url]
You can use any of 3-rd party file hosting servers, for instance: http://www.tinypic.com, http://www.rapidshare.com, http://www.imageshack.us, http://www.photobucket.com, http://www.upload3r.com, http://www.mediafire.com, etc.

FYI: GIGABYTE UK website is as follows: uk.gigabyte.com

runn3R
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« Last Edit: July 22, 2011, 10:25:36 am by runn3R »
ZX-S & C64 are still my favourites ;-)

 

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