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Quote from: Trainfish on February 21, 2024, 02:28:03 PMI think all posts regarding the class 59 should be banned until I at least receive the balance invoice for my three on order
Ok I won't post about my FY 59001 then
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I think all posts regarding the class 59 should be banned until I at least receive the balance invoice for my three on order
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Quote from: lil chris on February 20, 2024, 09:59:51 PMI then select the picture in the gallery (Recent Items) and select BB code link. I do tend to high light the code using my mouse,
No need to apologise, Chris.
There is no need to highlight the BB code using your mouse. At the right hand end you'll see what looks like 2 pale blue sheets of A4 paper overlapping. Just left click on that (which highlights the BB code), go to your post and right click 'Paste' and the full code will appear. If in doubt, use 'Preview' to see if the pic has loaded and then hit 'Post'
Last post by lil chris - February 20, 2024, 09:59:51 PM
Thanks guys I usually load my pics through the gallery. I open the gallery in a seperate tag then click add picture, I then choose user gallery and select category and choose my layout then click Add Picture. I then load the picture from there using browse etc, then Add the picture, I then select the picture in the gallery (Recent Items) and select BB code link. I do tend to high light the code using my mouse, at first I thought I had cut the end off has Mike suggested but I have not. I have just loaded another picture the same way now and it has done the same again. It does not matter if you click the icon instead of using the mouse the result is the same. This is the way I have loaded images ever since I have been on this forum.
I have just tried it again and this time although it looked like they were missing it has loaded correctly, must have been a bug or something, by the way I am using Windows 11..... Chris H.
PS: Sorry to bother you guys.
Last post by Nbodger - February 20, 2024, 09:32:30 PM
When you have pasted the BB code the cursor ends up at the end of the code. It is possible you have caught other keys to move the cursor back hence delete the characters.
I have done this once without noticing followed by scratching my head.
Last post by Chris in Prague - February 20, 2024, 08:59:53 PM
In the midst of the continuing Christmas Eve festivities, the Great Hall of Trevelver Castle remained alive with activity, the dancing and revelry extending into the early hours of the morning. Despite the late hour, the celebrations showed no signs of abating, as guests continued to mingle and enjoy the company of one another.
The happy guests, still immersed in the festive spirit of the evening, eagerly awaited Enka's performance, their excitement palpable in the air. Some found respite in quiet conversations, while others danced to the soft strains of music that filled the hall.
In the warmth of the Great Hall, Susan and Huw meticulously made their final checks on the advanced digital audiovisual equipment, ensuring that every component was in perfect working order, ready to capture and amplify Enka's imminent performance. As they worked, the crackling of logs in the grand fireplace provided a comforting soundtrack to their preparations.
Finally, satisfied, Susan and Huw signalled that it was time for Sylvie and Eli to undertake the brisk walk across the Castle courtyard to collect Enka Lou-Lou from the Owl Tower, where she had been diligently practising her songs. The crisp night air enveloped them as they made their way through the dimly lit pathways, anticipation mounting with each step as they neared the inner courtyard of the castle.
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As Sylvie and Eli made their way across the courtyard, their boots left behind faint impressions in the freshly fallen snow, adding to the quiet beauty of the scene. Ascending the spiral stairs of the tower, they found Enka illuminated by a soft glow from within, engrossed in her music, her fingers expertly coaxing melodies from the strings of her guitar. Her concentration broke as she greeted them with a warm smile, her face aglow with inner tranquillity amidst the early morning stillness.
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Despite the biting cold, an undeniable sense of excitement permeated the air, infusing every step with anticipation for the upcoming performance. Together, they crossed the courtyard, their movements shrouded in the quiet hush of the early morning. Enka, her figure outlined against the moonlit sky, exuded a serene presence, her long blonde hair adorned with delicate snowflakes shimmering in the night.
Last post by ntpntpntp - February 20, 2024, 08:57:13 PM
All good here, no problem with loading images.
So it lost the "g]" of the closing "[/img]" tag? Seems very odd. Were you using the add image link and letting it insert the into your post, or going via the gallery and then copy/pasting the BB code link across?
I can see your image in the gallery's view of recently uploaded, all looks ok to me.
Last post by Newportnobby - February 20, 2024, 08:46:58 PM
This evening I loaded a couple of pics and pasted them into a post with no issues, Chris.
Sorry, but I don't know what the problem could be
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