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geerky42

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\[\large \textbf{How to add picture/gifs to drawing board:}\] All credit to rational! All I did was write tutorial.

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    \(\Large \textbf{1)}\) Open console by press `Ctrl` + `Shift` + `J`. You should see something like this: |dw:1434393945429:dw| \(\Large \textbf{2)}\) Copy and paste this into console: `$.getScript(' http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/556184f6e4b0e23384b8d22f-rational-1432454693607-draw.js') ` Or if you want image/gif to be atomatically sketcked to drawing board size, then paste this: `$.getScript(' http://assets.openstudy.com/updates/attachments/555abc50e4b0a00c802fe4dd-rational-1432123567213-draw.js') ` \(\Large \textbf{3)}\) Click on `Draw` and you should notice "new" black button: |dw:1434394065069:dw| Click on that and you will be asked to paste URL of image. Let's use this as example: http://media.giphy.com/media/DfzVdbj45WcU0/giphy.gif Paste that then click OK. And voila there you have it! |dw:1434394140751:dw|

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    You can find a bunch of 'reaction' GIFs to practice with: http://www.reactiongifs.com/

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    Codes are messed up here, so you can copy codes here: http://pastebin.com/rwV5KgbY

  5. geerky42
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    Will write tutorial for Mozilla Firefox later.

  6. anonymous
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    instead of ctr and shift and j i can just put f12 right

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