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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-21-2017, 07:15 PM Thread Starter
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Experimenting with various image posting methods

simple upload of a Screenshot from my Linux laptop.....
haven't a clue how to do it, only took me 5 hours of reading to figure it out.

It don't work like a Windows machine

the screen shot is saved to a file in the "Pictures" folder...
now for someone who did not know that, why would I try to look there, instead of just simply trying to do a "Paste from Clipboard" as i have been doing for weeks and that don't work
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Here are all of my other efforts,

the word editor in my Linux Mint is Libre Office, and I tried to do the simple "clipboard paste" and it pasted the text of the last time I did a copy paste of line of text.... not the "Screenshot" that I wanted.

Now that I know what is happening, forum life will be more easier.
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It don't work like a Windows machine...
And that is a bad thing how?

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ah senor, I don't think I said it is a "bad thing", but the lack of knowledge with a tool can be somewhat hampering to your experience or enjoyment of it.

all is well now, in as far as what I need to know...
was reading an article on Alzheimer's and Dementia Report says lifestyle changes might guard against dementia | The Columbian

and it says we need to keep exercising our minds as well as our bodies. So, get out and walk everyday

My daughter has set up an exercise area in our home, got a treadmill and one of those jogger things that lets your legs slide forward/backward. I am going to try and get a few minutes on those things everyday. Recliners and Rocking Chairs don't do a lot for our muscles.
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