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    Attaching photos/files to posts

    Below the message text area you will see a section titled " Additional Options"

    Click on the Manage attachments button, see pic



    This will open a popup, see pic

    addfiles2.jpg

    If you wish to upload the file from your computer click on Add File in the top right, then click on Select file in the new popup, locate the file on your computer via the new popup then click on open, then click on Upload files.

    The image will be added to the bottom section of the popup, make sure the tick box is selected in the bottom right of the image you wish to add.

    Then click on Upload inline or done.
    Last edited by Ausfish; 27-06-2011 at 07:30 PM.
     

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    Just wanna see if this works.
    The underlying spirit of angling,Is that the skill of the angler,Is pitted against the instinct and strength of the fish,And that the latter is entitled to an even chance for his life. Regards, Hardb8.Kickin tails and razin scales since 1979.

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    Smile

    hey there asufish,

    can you tell me if we can post mp3 on to threads?

    thanks
    nichole aka hooded warriors
    " Put a beer in one hand and a rod in the other and We're in Heaven! "

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    Hi

    No sorry, no mp3's

    You can put it up at a free host and then post a link to it.

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    Hi Steve,
    I posted a picture on a new thread tonight, I went on OK but how do I make the pictre come up full size? It only came up "thumb nail size. Is there something I should be doing to give me the size options. Thankyou
    Great work by the way.
    Regards Wayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne_Red View Post
    It only came up "thumb nail size.
    People will see the full size simply by clicking on the thumbnail - all the pix appear as thumbnail.

    My guess is that it will help with the speed of the website if the pix are shown only as thumbnail in the thread itself and only enlarged when the viewer clicks on the thumbnail. I suspect that all of those full sized pix that we saw in the past probably contributed quite a bit to slowing everything down on the old chat site platform.

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Thanks charleville, i had not tried that
    Regards wayne

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Text now says "Attached Thumbnails - Click to enlarge" instead of just "Attached Thumbnails"

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Hi Trying to attach photos but they are coming up invalid file do you know what could be wrong

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Quote Originally Posted by jack-n-barra View Post
    Hi Trying to attach photos but they are coming up invalid file do you know what could be wrong
    Jack

    These are the valid file extensions

    Valid file extensions: .bmp .doc .gif .jpe .jpeg .jpg .pdf .png


    Your file needs to end in one of those.
    Regards

    mod5

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Please use the Test Board for testing posting with attachments.
    http://www.ausfish.com.au/vforum/forumdisplay.php?f=91

    Use this section if you require assistance with attachments.

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Hi Steve the new classified section I cant seem to find how to edit the ad to attach new photos, I am able to upload the photos if I can edit the ad. Am I missing something on the section. Do I edit the ad in my profile or when I am looking at my post.

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    In the Seller Tools section you should be able to see a link that says "Edit Images"
    Click on that link and follow the instructions.

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    hi, i am trying to upload a jpeg file which is within the max file, hieght and width size. But "undefined" comes up when i try to upload the photo. is there anything i might be doing wrong?

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    Re: Attaching photos/files to posts

    Hi

    What is teh file extension .jpg or .jpeg?

    What size is the picture, in pixels?

    What size is the file in bytes?


    Is there any other info on the screen when you get this error?

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