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Lisette (magicannon) wrote in moodthemes,
@ 2004-01-14 22:36:00
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    Current mood: artistic

    Hi everyone, I just joined a few moments ago. While I don't know if this idea has been suggested, but would anyone like Tengwar (Tolkein elvish character) Cursive themes? I will upload some examples some time soon. And by the way, how do I upload pictures that are not url, as in pictures from my hard-drive?



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silverrose82
2004-01-19 23:04 (link)
You have to upload them to a image server that allows direct linking or upload them to a webpage and leave a link where we can see them. Images cannot be linked directly from your harddrive.

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