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Re: Upload your photos

Post by LarryD » Thu Jul 17, 2014 10:14 am

Thank you for keeping up the great work.
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Post by minoly » Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:30 pm

Hello,

I've used the "imagizer" before. Today, I've put together a draft, saved it, and returned to add photos (I thought that I'd just use Photo Bucket but they have a pop-up disturbing their site) and I can't get the "browse" button. I am logged in and the top line shows it, but after the stuff about Smilies and BBcode, I get the message "not logged in". As I said, it has worked for me before; I've changed browser from Chrome to Firefox (Windows 7). Any ideas about what's going on?

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Re: Upload your photos

Post by minoly » Fri Sep 19, 2014 3:19 pm

Photo Bucket must have done some housecleaning so I was able to complete the post that way, so there's no hurry for me to get an answer. I can't figure out why I get that "not logged in" line at the side.

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Re: Upload your photos

Post by AdminPTF » Fri Sep 19, 2014 4:02 pm

ImageShack made a slight change in its API. I spoke with the guy who wrote this code for me, and we think that we have a way to fix it.

I'll roll it out later today after work.

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Post by Dennis Gallus » Fri Sep 19, 2014 6:19 pm

The "upload photos" option really came in handy today. I have not been able to log into photo.net for a month, so posting my usual way would not have been possible. Posting straight from my laptop worked flawlessly, thanks Mike.
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Re: Upload your photos

Post by Bennybee » Mon Sep 22, 2014 2:59 pm

Great news. Thank you. Gonna try that in the W/NW right away...
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Re: Upload photos from Apple OS-X 10.11.1

Post by GrahamS » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:05 am

I have difficulty up-loading images from my iMac. I click on the "Choose file" button, point to the image file, click "Open", the file up=loads (and I can see the file name in the window next to the 'choose file ' button) but when I then click on the "Add the file" button, nothing happens. I have to copy and paste the filename into the reply dialog box and use HTML code. The screen does not appear as it does in your "Windows" tutorial

Any suggestions?

I'm using DVCFX2 style. I have noticed that if I use we.universal, there is no "Upload picture file" facility at all. and the "Style" button also disappears. There is no "Topic tools" button either. I haven't tried the other styles.
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Re: Upload your photos

Post by melek » Sun Oct 25, 2015 1:44 pm

Graham,

With this style, it works differently.

When you upload an image, it's simply an attachment to your message. It places your attached image below your message - sort of like how APUG works when you attach an image.

So, with this style, select and upload your file, and that's all that you do. The "Place inline" button isn't needed and doesn't work (as you've discovered).

Your attached image should automatically appear under your message. Like it does below.

With the other styles, the "Attachment" tool is a tab under the message box.

Only Subsilver2 and DVGFX2 have the two attachment boxes under the editing field and work in the manner that I've described above.

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Re: Upload your photos

Post by GrahamS » Sun Oct 25, 2015 2:15 pm

Thanks for the prompt reply, Mike. Makes sense to me now.
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