- this is not required but you can have a program called FSScreen which able you to take as many screen shots as you like without exiting your sim. you can find this at http://www.avsim.com and typing in 'FSScreen'.
- Now if you have done both of the above you have now made taking screen shots easier. Open FSScreen and then go to: flight sim > have a flight (anything you want) > press the ''print screen' button and the shot should save right away, go nuts! Take as many as you want .
-When finished you should find all your screenshots on your desktop, you can edit them as you wish, you can make them smaller etc (you can you MS paint for this. Re-save them as a JPG file and put the screen shot file where ever you want on your computer.
-Now go back to photo bucket and enter your account. You will find a 'Add picture' box and a 'Brows' button, click on brows and it will open a new window. It will most probaly go to 'My documents'. Search for your screenshot. Double click on it when you have found it. Then the Directory should appear in the text box. Now click submit!.
-When the picture has uploaded to photobucket 3 link should appear under it. You want to copy and paste the 'Tag' link (the middle one) it will start with (img border=0 src= (replace the (with a < ). Copy and paste that link onto your A.net text box and there you have it
Planesarecool From United Kingdom, joined Nov 2001, 4088 posts, RR: 13 Reply 13, posted (8 years 9 months 3 weeks ago) and read 9020 times:
I don't want to post them on here, so i'll link you to a few on Flightsimmer.com forums. Here are a few shots from Manchester (Please note, Concorde is only in the gate at Terminal 2 because when i started the game, i took its spot at the Aviation Park, so it should be over there). Note, big TFS Spotting on the way (AI Traffic)