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    Bang brothers!

    Well...I was trying to load some 640x480 pics of some nice bolt action pens...appears I'm not allowed...sorry to have offended anyone.
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    Not the same but related, I can't upload more than 1 picture at a time. I used to be able to upload a sequence of pics

    maybe I missed something ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Not the same but related, I can't upload more than 1 picture at a time. I used to be able to upload a sequence of pics

    maybe I missed something ??
    I had this problem with Chrome but, Firefox seems to do OK. the attachments engine is different now but, I can load up to 10 pictures at a time . . . finally ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenn bradley View Post
    I had this problem with Chrome but, Firefox seems to do OK. the attachments engine is different now but, I can load up to 10 pictures at a time . . . finally ;-)
    I'm using Firefox. Been using it for 5 or 6 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Burr View Post
    Well...I was trying to load some 640x480 pics of some nice bolt action pens...appears I'm not allowed...sorry to have offended anyone.
    Nobody has blocked anyones ability to upload pictures. The forum software had a security issue with the way the uploader was working and they swapped that one out for a different one.

    Just to make sure we are all on the same page, Here is how I'm uploading pictures (In Chrome) with no issues whatsoever.

    First, I click on the icon that looks like a little picture frame. Click image for larger version. 

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    Then make sure to click on the 'From Computer' Tab.

    Then click 'Choose Files'. I can select multiple files in the window that pops up by using the shift/and or Ctrl keys to select multiple files.

    Then I click on 'Upload Files' right under where it says 'Choose Files'. I know it doesn't look like a button, but it is. Click that and it will start to upload the files. If you have the status bar for your browser turned on, you should see an indicator letting you know what the percent complete uploaded is. Other wise, be patient. It may or may not look to you like it is uploading.

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    Thats it. And remember, nobody involved with this forum was involved in coding how this uploader works....
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    I would still like someone to put on a tutorial how to upload the pictures full size in the post instead of the thumbnails, I've tried everything I've ever been told about it with no joy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    I would still like someone to put on a tutorial how to upload the pictures full size in the post instead of the thumbnails, I've tried everything I've ever been told about it with no joy.
    Ask and you shall receive www.solowoodworker.com/info/pictures.html

    and if you like Vaughn's way of describing things try
    http://workingwoods.com/fw%20tutoria...%20on%20FW.htm
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    Pretty simple. Add your pictures. Make sure you are in advanced mode.

    Double click on the picture after you have added it and you can select what size you want it to appear at.

    PM Me if that doesn't work for you and we can work through it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie Plesums View Post
    Ask and you shall receive www.solowoodworker.com/info/pictures.html

    and if you like Vaughn's way of describing things try
    http://workingwoods.com/fw%20tutoria...%20on%20FW.htm

    Wow Charlie! Nice Job!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    Wow Charlie! Nice Job!
    Agreed...Charlie's is much better (and more up-to-date) than mine. I've been meaning to put a direct link to it here on the forum and keep forgetting to do it.
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