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I just finished building a RepRap Huxley, and I took time lapse video of each build day. You can see everything on my blog post here. Instructables is a kind of showcase for my work and I was wondering if it would be appropriate to publish each video (there are four) as a step in an instructable. I didn't design the Huxley, and it would be difficult to reproduce my results just from watching the videos, but I did build it myself. That's why I can't decide if I should post it. I wouldn't want people to think I posted build instructions for the whole thing.

So what you you think? I would love to get the opinion of some higher-ups.

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JamesRPatrick (author)2011-11-14

Hmm...Where is the Source option located? I only have Bold, Italic, Hyperlink, and Remove Format buttons(see picture).

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Are you still having issues with the formatting buttons in edit mode?

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I sent you an update to your email.

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Kiteman (author)JamesRPatrick2011-11-15

Hmmm, it must be a pro thing, because I see it here:

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Kiteman (author)2011-11-14

Of course you should post it - think of the help it would be to others having any difficulties with their own builds.

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JamesRPatrick (author)Kiteman2011-11-14

Alright, I'll get on it. Just trying to figure out how to embed videos.

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Kiteman (author)JamesRPatrick2011-11-14

It seems the "embed" button is currently AWOL.

Copy the "old" embed code from YouTube, switch the editor to "Source" mode, and paste the embed code directly into the text box.

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