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Hi,

When you post a new code snippet, it is always announced multiple times on Daniweb's index page, is this normal or is this just an unreported bug?

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    Dani 1,665   8 Years Ago

    I'm wondering though whether it's a permission-based setting ... i.e. we can do it b/c we have moderator privileges. Incidentally, I fixed tux4life's problem with his homepage in the meantime :) Read More

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Can you screenshot it please? Thanks!

Sure I can, look at the attachment(s) of this post :)

Edit:: Damn, uploading doesn't work, is there another way?

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Uploading doesn't work?!

Nope, if I upload it, the uploading popup screen becomes white :(
(and I can't send a screenshot of this :P)

You could also just take a look at the index page of Daniweb and you'll see what I mean :)

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One problem at a time. Attachments are actually the more serious concern right now for me since the homepage is custom-tailored for you ... what happens when you try to attach the image?

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I'm wondering though whether it's a permission-based setting ... i.e. we can do it b/c we have moderator privileges. Incidentally, I fixed tux4life's problem with his homepage in the meantime :)

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Also ... so you can get to the manage attachments window but then just can't actually upload the attachment?

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Also ... so you can get to the manage attachments window but then just can't actually upload the attachment?

Sorry, my test account :) Was trying to see if the problem only affects regular members.

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I tried in both IE7 and FF 3.5 Beta 4. Yeah I can get to the window, it just won't upload.

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I tried in both IE7 and FF 3.5 Beta 4. Yeah I can get to the window, it just won't upload.

Same for me :)

What web browser?

Mozilla Firefox 3.0.10

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Sorry, my test account :) Was trying to see if the problem only affects regular members.

We had already mentioned this problem here .

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My ISP places a limit on the size of an upload. Could yours be doing that?

Yes, but there's no such thing as: a file may be only xxxxMB or so.
There's something like a counter for all the traffic (upload and download), in other words: I'm allowed to upload files from any size unless I have reached the upper bound of my counter :)
(The counter's limit is 25GB and will be reset to zero every month)

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