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Posted on Mar 6th 2012 at 01:34:38 PM by (LochNES32)
Posted under wondervision, watara pictures spring break

I am on spring break and I am back at home for a little while so I figure I would take some pictures of my wondervision for everyone to see. I will try to upload them to my blog if I can. I took many pictures, including the box and a screen shot of the only game it came with, baseball (plays in color, but may be hard to see becasue it is too bright). Currently though, I can not figure out how to post the pictures on RFgenerations. Here is the link to my photobucket account with the photos: http://s1159.photobucket..../Wondervision%20Pictures/ .


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I usually upload them to photobucket and use the link from photobucket to post to the forums or a blog.

If you're submitting them to the database, you'll have to resize them.  More info on that here: http://www.rfgeneration.com/PHP/about.php?action=policies;id=4
 
I personally use Imageshack for hosting.  For image resizing I use the Microsoft Windows Image Resizer powertoy (search that and you'll find it).  It is only for XP (there are alternatives for Vista and 7, but it is versatile and powerful.  It integrates itself into the shell, so all you have to do is right click on a photo and choose "Image Resizer," then choose the settings.  Very cut-and-dry.
 
I think from now on if I want to show photos and pictures I will upload them to photobucket adn put the link in the blog article.
 
Neat! Thanks for the picture of the side with all the cartridge names!

You can embed pictures using the img bbcode tag. Direct links to videos on Youtube works as well, though it has to be full address and not the youtu.be short links.
 
Very nice! I've never had the opportunity to play one of these. How does it control? I'm not a huge fan of that style of stick.
 
The controllers barely work, the connection is rather weak and falls out much of the time. The box says mine should have a "W" logo on it, but mine doesn't. I bought this thing because it looks interesting.

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