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(08-10-2018, 01:47 PM)jgsz Wrote: I use a desktop, laptop and an iPad.  I use Chrome on all three.  I can’t post pictures on any of them except on the iPad and only if I take a new pic.  Not good.

OK, I will investigate.
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Testing photo attachment ... Choose file, Add Attachment, Insert Into Post. Current Chrome on Windows 10.

   

Which step fails on your desktop browser?
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I can choose the file.  It appears right beside 'Choose File.' IMG_2684JPG.   (Shouldn't that appear on the line below 'Choose File?') I add attachment (I can see it uploading).   It uploads and all I see after that is 'No file chosen.'  But I discovered this morning I can upload images in Microsoft Edge (Internet Explorer).   However I prefer to use Chrome....
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Hmm.  That's different from the behaviour I see on my (Windows 10) Chrome. Don't know why. Possible some Chrome update (which are silent and mysterious) could have broken, and will be fixed later.

P.S. Edge much, much better than Internet Explorer. Smile
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Testing images with Chrome in iOS...
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(08-11-2018, 06:49 PM)tomh009 Wrote: Testing images with Chrome in iOS...

Nope, that one doesn't work for me, either.
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Have you tried disabling your chrome plugins, jgsz? I find that a plug-in can often break certain webpages in unexpected ways.
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(08-12-2018, 08:59 AM)jamincan Wrote: Have you tried disabling your chrome plugins, jgsz? I find that a plug-in can often break certain webpages in unexpected ways.

I can’t remember downloading any plugins but I’ll check.  This issue only came up when we moved to Kitchener and changed servers.  My husband has the same issues on his iPad and laptop.
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Argh... I somehow clicked Desktop on my phone/mobile device and can’t get back to the mobile theme. There seems to be no way to do this. How can I get back to the mobile theme?

Clicking “mobile” on the header just goes to a page saying “you don’t have to do anthrind, it just works” (but it doesn’t).
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(49 minutes ago)Canard Wrote: Argh... I somehow clicked Desktop on my phone/mobile device and can’t get back to the mobile theme. There seems to be no way to do this. How can I get back to the mobile theme?

Clicking “mobile” on the header just goes to a page saying “you don’t have to do anthrind, it just works” (but it doesn’t).

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