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B2 and Other Great Tiger Pics from India

United States Roflcopters Offline
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Ok this will officially be the new place for us to post tiger pictures, hope to see all the old faces.

will update later.
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( This post was last modified: 04-03-2014, 11:04 PM by Pckts )

(04-03-2014, 08:45 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: Ok this will officially be the new place for us to post tiger pictures, hope to see all the old faces.

will update later.

Waghdoh, one of the new faces in bandhavgarh and Jobhi.

Still trying to post full pictures. Sorry for the thumbnails.

BMW male and Raja on the far right.

Jai March 14
http://www.indianaturewatch.net/images/a...712cf9.jpg

Any advice on how to post full images?

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United States Pckts Offline
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Check out this massive sub 3 year old male kaziranga tiger
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl...iYf3z6ZLgs

here is a pic of him a year ago to compare
http://animalvsanimal.yuku.com/topic/206...z2pA1cysyg

Credit to Simba
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one of the new faces in bandhavgarh


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Credit to sanjay for showing me how to post full images.

Jobhi

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The mighty Waghdoh

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Pench Boss BMW male

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Katezari Boss March 14

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Saturn

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(04-04-2014, 02:30 AM)Pckts Wrote: Saturn

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Great picture, do you have it in higher resolution? I will like to use it for a comparison. Joking
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Germany Wanderfalke Offline
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little elephant from tadoba aka Waghdoh


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India sanjay Offline
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Credit to Simba





This is huge male tiger from kaziranga, Assam India.
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( This post was last modified: 04-06-2014, 01:51 PM by Rage2277 )

i'm in now so.. how do i post pics?

http://indianaturewatch.net/displayimage.php?id=470715
"ssshhh...listen to the rain"...
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United States Roflcopters Offline
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ok so i just tested this out and it would seem that copy Image feature doesn't really work on here, try this method below

(get a link - For example- http://wwoio w.com)


now click on this emoticon
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It should say "Insert Image" so enter the Url in there and it will give you the tags and then just repeat the step for each picture.
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@Rage2277
(04-06-2014, 01:35 PM)Rage2277 Wrote: i'm in now so.. how do i post pics?

http://indianaturewatch.net/displayimage.php?id=470715

@Roflcopters

(04-06-2014, 03:12 PM)Roflcopters Wrote: ok so i just tested this out and it would seem that copy Image feature doesn't really work on here, try this method below

(get a link - For example- http://wwoio w.com)


now click on this emoticon
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It should say "Insert Image" so enter the Url in there and it will give you the tags and then just repeat the step for each picture.

Rage and Rofl,

Please read these threads completely to insert images from other source OR upload images from your computer

1. To insert images from other website read below tutorial. It has step by step instruction using image on how to insert image from other website. The last post also contains a video which show how to insert images from photbucket.

http://wildfact.com/forum/topic-how-to-i...this-forum

2. To upload image from your computer read below tutorial.
http://wildfact.com/forum/topic-how-to-upload-image

Hope this help. For better experience use Chrome Or Firefox
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( This post was last modified: 04-07-2014, 02:55 AM by Rage2277 )


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honestly this is really annoying ava's posting feature was much better
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United States Roflcopters Offline
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Sanjay or Peter, is it possible to feature this topic in Public so that we can just update quickly rather than having to go around places.

Thanks.
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( This post was last modified: 04-07-2014, 07:31 AM by peter )

(04-07-2014, 05:04 AM)Roflcopters Wrote: Sanjay or Peter, is it possible to feature this topic in Public so that we can just update quickly rather than having to go around places.

Thanks.

We'll have to wait for Sanjay, Copters, as he's the one who designed this site. I also read the post of Rage on problems with uploading pictures. Here's my view.

After AVA was hacked and destroyed, Sanjay designed this site all by himself in a few months only. Quite an achievement, I'd say. In spite of that, I agree with Rage in that it is't easy to upload pictures. I talked to Sanjay about it. He said it would take a lot of time to change it. He then proposed to write a number of tutorials. He also made a video.

I read his tutorials and saw the video he uploaded at Youtube. I recorded every detail and then tried it using the manual I had made. It didn't work.

One reason is he had omitted some crucial details. Another is every computer is slightly different. Same for browsers. I tried again and again and adapted a few things. Today, after many days, I succeeded. I'll explain how it works.

01 - Open Windows Explorer or Google Chrome.
02 - Go to Wildfact. Log in.
03 - At the top, you see a tab that says you are in Wildfact.
04 - Just right of it is another icon or a white space. Click it. It opens.
05 - Write in the Text Box what you want. Let's say Photobucket.com.
06 - When done, click it. Photobucket opens. Log in. Select your album.
07 - Now go back to Wildfact by clicking on Wildfact.
08 - Select the thread you want to go to. Go to the last post.
09 - Click on 'Reply'. The Text Box opens. Start writing.
10 - When you need the picture (in Photobucket), click on the other tab.
11 - Wildfact disappears and Photobucket opens.
12 - Go to the picture you selected in Photobucket. Click on it.
13 - The picture enlarges.
14 - Now go to 'Links to share this photo' (just right of the picture).
15 - Click on 'Direct'. You'll see 'Copied'.
16 - Now click on Wildfact again.
17 - Just above the Text Box is an icon that says 'Insert image'.
18 - Click it. A new small Text Box opens.
19 - Click it. The Text Box will be emptied.
20 - Click on Ctrl and V on your keyboard when you are in the Text Box.
21 - You'll see the URL of the photo you copied in Photobucket.
22 - Click 'Ok' in the Text Box.
23 - Now the link is transferred to the Text Editor in the post you wrote.
24 - Then click on 'Preview' at the bottom of the page in Wildfact.
25 - The picture you transferred from Photobucket opens.
26 - When your post is finished, log out of Wildfact.
27 - Then go to Photobucket and log out.
28 - Mission completed in all respects.
29 - If you want to upload more pictures, repeat what you did.

I still think the system in AVA was easier. It also allowed for adaptions in size. Furthermore, you had more overview in that you saw text and picture together in one image. Finally, the Text Editor was way larger.

Sanjay, however, opted for this system. I propose we give it a try. When we still feel it isn't contributing to access in a few weeks, there will be no option but to change it.
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( This post was last modified: 04-07-2014, 03:05 PM by Rage2277 )


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Shiva on the rise march 2014


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Shiva son of wagdoh march 2014 again


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young kanha tigress march 2014


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young kanha male march 2014


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ranthambore male 2014


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same ranthambore male
 
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the late T2 male of ranthambore april 2012
 
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