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change in handling pictures on private messages?

Old 06-06-2019, 07:46 PM
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change in handling pictures on private messages?

has there been a change in how users may include pictures in their private messages?

pressing the "image" button on a private message used to bring up the same "upload files" window - including a "drag and drop your pictures here" section - that appeared when you clicked "image" while composing a forum post. The "image" button on this post I'm making right now still behaves in this way

but composing a private message: the image button brings up a different, new window - one with two tabs ("Image Info" and "Link") and that only allows you to include URLs (instead of actual files).

"what's up with that?"

BrianA in Houston

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