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Attaching screenshot for helping OP here.

@DOkua- please follow Neo's instructions(in post https://www.unix.com/303028743-post2.html) by using Advanced EDIT option and you will get it done.
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Yeah man, but my favorite way to add images it so use my Album, like this:
  1. Go to the Quick Links menu in the main menu bar on each page and select "Pictures and Albums"
  2. In your album of choice (create one if you don't have one), select "Upload Pictures"
  3. Upload up to 10 images by drag-and-drop or browsing your file system.
  4. (Optional) Add a caption to each image. I always add a caption, personally.
  5. On each individual image page, below the image, there is a link to "BB Code" for the image.
  6. Cut and past this image BB Code into the post.

That is how I normally do it. I prefer this method versus uploading attachment in the editor. They look better and are bigger, so easier to read.
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Originally Posted by DOkuwa
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Can you read and understand English?

You did not cut and paste the correct link as I told you.

You cut and pasted this link:

[IMG]https://www.unix.com/album.php?do=updatepictures&albumid=229[/IMG]

Which is obviously not an image.

Please follow MY instructions, not yours.
# 12  
FYI... and image link on the page I told you looks like this:


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# 13  
The problem here might be that only certain file extensions are allowed and files that are not allowed because of their extension are silently dropped from the "Attach File"-dialogue. I had this when i tried to upload a ".ksh"-file (not allowed) along with a ".gz"-file. I went trough the attachment and uploading dialogue but only one file landed in my post as attachment. If there was any error message at all i failed to notice it either.

I hope this helps.

bakunin
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hello
When i follow neo 's instruction it does not give me the option to copy the BB code (it says BB code is disabled)
What am i doing wrong
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