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How to upload an image to the forum

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Quite a few people find it hard to figure out how to add images to their posts so I made a short video showing how to do it.

Please note that there is currently a restriction in place that prevents people who have not validated their accounts from uploading images.

I hope this will clear things up a little bit, if not, let me know what is unclear.

 

edit gr5: It's also possible to host the picture elsewhere on the internet but this is usually a bad idea as we want the pictures to last for decades and most sites stop hosting after a few months.

 

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I think it is counter-intuitive that you need to select/create an album before you can see the upload button.

The album / category buttons look like optional buttons instead of required buttons.

Maybe tweak the layout a bit?

I would furthermore like to see an [upload] button in My content > Gallery

 

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