I am not the best communicator, but here goes,
in your gallery(my photos) left click on the thumbnail of the photo you want.
You should get a page with thumbnails at the top and the chosen photo at the bottom.
Left click on the large chosen photo and a new window should open with the chosen photo.
Right click on the photo in the new window, left click on Properties
(at the bottom of the drop-down box that appears). In the new Properties window, left click(hold) and drag to highlight the Address
Then right click on the highlighted address, left click on Copy
. Close the Properties window.
Go to your POST A REPLY
box on your G503 thread and left click on the small IMG
box along the top of the reply window.
This will place [img]Right-click-here-and-left-click-on-paste-in-the-drop-down-box[/img] in the reply window.
Right click between the two bracketed img's
and left click on paste in the drop-down box.
Left click on Preview
under the reply window and see if your photo appears.
I am sure you know some of this, or you wouldn't have the thumbnail showing up in that one post, but I thought a step-by step would cover everything.
I just hope I presented it in an understandable way.
Example, here is the address(URL) of one of my images:http://www.surfacezero.com/g503/data/500/BundyFlex.jpg
Here is the same address placed between the bracketed img
Which brings me to a question. You used the term "Bundy Tubing" in reference to brake lines.
Being a Yank, I've never heard brake lines referred to as Bundy Tubing.
Does it have anything to do with the 1944 advertisement I posted above?