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How do I post a picture in my feed?

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There's no direct way to post a picture you've already taken to your feed. You can post it to the feed directly from the snapshot interface when you take it, but if it's already on your PC or in your inventory the best you can do is put it on a prim as a texture, zoom in close and take another snapshot.

If you post a picture to your feed it's really easy to copy the same picture to your PC though - you can open your profile in your browser and select the picture and save it like you would from any other web site.

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There's no direct way to post a picture you've already taken to your feed. You can post it to the feed directly from the snapshot interface when you take it, but if it's already on your PC or in your inventory the best you can do is put it on a prim as a texture, zoom in close and take another snapshot.

If you post a picture to your feed it's really easy to copy the same picture to your PC though - you can open your profile in your browser and select the picture and save it like you would from any other web site.

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You cannot post a picture saved on your PC to your feed. But there is a workaround: upload your photo in SL as a texture. Create a prim and apply your texture onto it, them zoom enough so the picture occupies the entire screen. Take a snaphot of it and choose " post to my profile feed".

See also this thread started by Torley Linden:

http://community.secondlife.com/t5/Art-Music-and-Photography/Post-snapshots-to-your-my-secondlife-com-profile-feed/m-p/1259843

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