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Would you use this cover?
Hey Everyone - I've got a question and not sure it belongs in this thread.  I found this cover for an ebook the other day and had to stop and really look at it. It's made to look exactly like a magazine cover. What are your thought? Yay or nay?

I can't get the picture to post, so it's a moot point. If someone could point me in the right direction. I did a right click on the pic and the did a paste, but that did not work. Any other thoughts? And I can't remove this post, or I would have, because it is now a total waste of your time to have read this far. lol
  • Last Edit: Jun 07, 16, 04:22:45 PM by CaraRiley
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Re: Would you use this cover?
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There is an "insert an image" icon (in the second row of icons, toward the right end) where you include the URL of the image. I also think you might be able to drag and drop files into a message, but that rarely works for me (in any context, not RomAll)
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Re: Would you use this cover?
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There is an "insert an image" icon (in the second row of icons, toward the right end) where you include the URL of the image.)


This ^

If you right click the image on a website, choose "copy image address" then paste in into the box mentioned above by using the "insert an image" tool when posting here. If the image is on your computer, first upload it to an image hosting site like imgur.com then copy the image address as I mentioned.
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