I have some questions and screenshots I want to send, but I want to see how they might look on the forum before sending. I have looked on the forums and FAQ but haven't found an answer. I seem to remember having seen something at one time or another but the forum has changed somewhat. A preview of what I am sending I guess might be another way of expressing what I am wanting to do. If the screen shots are too big I might need to redo them or use some other method to get the material into a new thread.
I don't know of any preview feature in these forums. If it's an especially complex post you can always submit it. This will post the item and, if you don't like what you see, immediately edit it (provided no one else has replied to it).
For screenshots - if you use JPG or PNG you're unlikely to hit any limit.
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Some forums, like Muvipix.com Community Forums, do have a "preview" feature, but the Adobe forums have never had such. However, if you see items that need to be changed, look to the right, after you post, and you will see the "Edit discussion" button. Note, once Replies have come in, whether to the OP, or to another Reply, Edit will not be available. At that point, one can just add a Reply, as an addendum.
Thanks for the quick reply. You guys are still amazing. Kind of like family when a guy reads the various posts and the same guys/gals are still churning away. You are appreciated. I am just going to insert a picture an see how big it comes up. Then you can tell me if I should use thumbnails or not. Dont have photoshop to make thumbnail so maybe you have some suggestions for people as to how to make thumbnails using some other method or if it can be done in the "ask a question" window. This is from PrE7