Insert options changed with upgrade.

Vaughn McMillan

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Let's see...

Jingle Bell Rock.jpg

Hmm...seemed the same as always to me. I'll try logging out and back in to see if that makes a difference.
 

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Test #2:

Pine Cone Dog.jpg

Nope, still the same. But now that I've re-read your post, I see what you're saying. For me it still defaults to inserting the full image, but if I click on Insert on the thumbnail at the bottom of the post, I do see the two choices you're talking about.
 

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I noticed the same thing. Defaulted to full image and I didn't dare click on the thumbnail for fear it would enter both. Here's a thumbnail experiment. :santa:
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Vaughn McMillan

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...seems to be Edge is just being dramatic. ;)
No surprise there. It IS a Microsoft product after all. :D

I decided to try Edge recently because Chrome has been acting up with me (forgetting sites where I tell it to remember my login info and such). I suspect it's a corrupt profile thing. So far, Edge hasn't been nearly as bad as IE used to be.
 
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