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Copying a circuit from Web Assign

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prettykitty
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Nov10-12, 11:40 AM
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Good morning!

I want to ask a detailed circuit question and while I could coherently describe it, it would be much easier to be able to just copy the illustration of the circuit.
The circuit doesn't copy into Physics Forums though. Any suggestions or does Physics Forums have some sort of circuit illustrator?

Thanks!
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Nov10-12, 11:41 AM
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Good morning!

I want to ask a detailed circuit question and while I could coherently describe it, it would be much easier to be able to just copy the illustration of the circuit.
The circuit doesn't copy into Physics Forums though. Any suggestions or does Physics Forums have some sort of circuit illustrator?

Thanks!
What format are you saving the file as?
prettykitty
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Nov10-12, 11:53 AM
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I was trying to copy and paste it straight from the web site, which I learned only works for the text. I ended up saving it on my desktop and then uploading it to my question as an attachment.
Thanks!

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Nov10-12, 11:56 AM
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Copying a circuit from Web Assign

Happy to hear that you resolved the problem, and welcome to the forum!
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Nov10-12, 02:34 PM
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Welcom to PF, prettykitty!

On the original web site you can right-click on the image and select "Copy URL" or something like that.
Then on PF, you can click the quick button for an image and paste the URL in the dialog that pops up.
That saves you the trouble of downloading and uploading the attachment (which will still not show directly as an image without further effort).


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