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hi, 

i am trying to add a photo in a message

the box in the bottom right " insert other media" gives me the option, " insert existing attachment", when i hit that, i get taken to a folder somewhere, on pm laptop, but dont know where!

and i cant change it?

how do i get to a folder i want to attach?

it doesnt show the "drag files here to attach " option like it does below on the left.

 

thanks

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I think there is some sort of inherent problem with the 'insert other media' program.

It should work better than it does and it should be possible to by-pass it altogether and be able to paste photos onto this site if need be.

I can't get it to work and I've tried a lot of back door methods. "Believe me." 

 

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On 11/9/2017 at 11:53 PM, Yorkie said:

hi, i opened an imgur account and tried to paste the URL links, i just get a red bar when i try?

Hosting websites may prevent straight linking for free accounts, so check their policy as well access control for the image

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1 hour ago, Folkvisor said:

I think there is some sort of inherent problem with the 'insert other media' program.

It should work better than it does and it should be possible to by-pass it altogether and be able to paste photos onto this site if need be.

I can't get it to work and I've tried a lot of back door methods. "Believe me." 

I use it, and it works. OP was using the wrong steps.

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4 minutes ago, Folkvisor said:

 

If it works for you, great; it doesn't work for me any more. It used to work for me.

Which exact steps are you following, and what happens when it fails?

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