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Jafo 08-06-2012 04:52 PM

Added multi-file upload
You can now select multiple files in the file dialogue box when uploading to a post or an album. You no longer have to put each picture in its own upload box. When you select files to upload, just hold down the control key to select more than one file.

Dan R-M 09-24-2012 08:35 PM

I just posted my first in-post photos, and I have a couple of Q's. Can I move them around in the post? And were they too big, or good sized? I am referring to the "Rafter Drama" thread beginning.

Jafo 09-25-2012 06:43 AM

1 Attachment(s)
Yes, you can enter a carriage return (enter key) between the pictures if you insert them inline to the post. When you edit the post (advanced edit), you will see the little paper clip in the editor, see it highlighted here:

Attachment 203

If you click the arrow next to that, it will list the files you uploaded, and if you click on them, it will insert them inline into the post. It will show in your editor as ATTACH]8373[/ATTACH or something like that, but when you preview the post, you will see the image there. Just move that attach text were you want the image. :)

Dan R-M 09-25-2012 07:38 AM

Ahhhhh! Excellent. Now, is it possible to edit that post so I can try it, or do I need to wait for my next post?

Jafo 09-25-2012 07:50 AM

See if you can edit it now? BTW, I am thinking that post may be better in the "Building a yurt" forum, since it has to do with that subject. Ok if I move it?

Dan R-M 09-25-2012 11:52 AM

Well, it sets a precedent for what fixing mistakes or breakages counts as. I like the idea of having a category for reversing failures, but I can understand that adding a category for any little aberration could make navigating the forum a bit cumbersome :)
So that's fine. The other two I stuck in "Everything Else" would probably go best there, too.
Thanks for your smooth moderating skills!

Dan R-M 09-25-2012 11:56 AM

Worked great! Except for that extra html stuff that popped up. Now what?

Jafo 09-25-2012 12:25 PM

Moved to a new forum called Yurt Repair :)


I fixed up what ya did there. :)

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