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RedRyder

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First, Between Carl and Jan, the code has been cracked for loading full size pictures....

At least until we get it working totally correctly.

This is a quote from Jan:


  "I choose a picture,
  then click "Inline fullsize image" in the dropdown menu,
  which will show a fullsize picture once posted."


Make sure the image code is where you want the picture in your post.
This: [ attachimg=1]

You simply select "inline full sized image" from the drop down to the right of the Attach - Choose File box.



You will see this  [ attachimg=1]    and only this if you have done it right (without spaces).



It should go without saying.... be sure to first choose a file by clicking on choose file and then find that file in your computer and select it.



attachimg=1 like this in brackets.




Carl and Jan, Thank you very much for this.

Until further notice this topic will be a sticky.


In addition, You should be able to upload pictures up to 4 MB in size with no problem.

Pictures too large will automatically display at that set maximum display size, no worries.

You should now be able to upload up to 20 pictures per post if they are 1.5 MB each or less.

This is due to a 30 MB total per post limit.
So...
15 pics at 2 MB each should work.
10 pics at 3 MB each should work.
 7 pics at 4 MB each should work.

I hope this is helpful and I hope it is correct!

Have fun,

Gil

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I'll try one here.

Please feel free to test in this thread.

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Im trying to start a thread with a picture but donít think Iím doing something right. Is the picture supposed to show up when when I press the preview button?  All Iím seeing when I do that is some coding.
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Im trying to start a thread with a picture but donít think Iím doing something right. Is the picture supposed to show up when when I press the preview button?  All Iím seeing when I do that is some coding.
Thanks

You are doing it right, same thing happens when I click "preview", and then the images show up in the post after submitting. Try your post, if it doesn't work out, we can help you fix it  ;)
Nick

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Letís see if this picture works. [ Guests cannot view attachments ]

Kirbyc

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Ok, it does work.
Check out off topic for an explanation of the picture.
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RobMW

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Trying a post with pix. Same problem here... preview comes up with broken image icons.


RobMW

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nup didnt work... trying again.

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ok last try then Im giving up.

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RobMW

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OK So you don't use the [ img ] [ /img ]tags
 Feel free to delete previous posts...


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You simply select "inline full sized image" from the drop down to the right of the Attach - Choose File box.

You will see this  [ attachimg=1]    and only this if you have done it right (without spaces).

It should go without saying.... be sure to first choose a file by clicking on choose file and then find that file in your computer and select it.

attachimg=1 like this in brackets.

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My first try

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Nick

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Not a top of the line production, but hope it helps some... may have to click ďHDĒ to see it better

https://youtu.be/Q7VNZIg1vQg
Nick