|Paul Godfrey||14/02/2010 20:02:35|
163 forum posts
I posted earlier today a rather lengthy update to my Sir Lancelot build log, containing 12 photos & plenty of accompanying text.
However, when I looked at my thread later in full, about a quarter/third had been omitted! I initially put this down to it perhaps being too long to fit into the current page I was on within the thread (page 4).
So, I re-did the rest of the posting, but when reviewing the thread again, this too had all been added to page 4!!
Was the earlier update problem down to me trying to post too much in one go?
|Colin Bishop||14/02/2010 20:30:22|
5192 forum posts
I'm not sure to be honest but I suspect that the Forum has been set up to manage 'normal' sized posts and there may have been some sort of processing delay. This software platform does have some inexplicable glitches but it seems youhave managed to get everything on in the end from what you say. Did you bring the images across from an album?
|Paul Godfrey||14/02/2010 20:46:28|
163 forum posts
Yes, the photos were initially added to my album 'Sir Lancelot Build Log', then brought across into the posting by clicking the 'Insert Image' icon.
I've reviewed my Sir L. thread, and with one exception, the most photos included in a single posting has been six. The exception was one posting with seven photos, but text in this posting was minimal.
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