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06-07-2013 16:31:06

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I just tried it. It posted the one picture three times and another one twice. What did I do wrong? I only opened each of the three different pictures one time.


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06-10-2013 11:34:30

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to rrlund, 06-07-2013 16:31:06  
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I've done several tests with IE10 this morning and can't duplicate this. I thought it was a reoccurrence of a problem I had initially. IE caches things and resends them over and over, but the fixes I put in for that seem to be working. I need to figure out how you did this to see if I can make sure it doesn't happen.
When I tested, here is what I did:

1. I pressed the Browse button and selected a photo, then pressed open. That uploaded the photo and put the img statement in the post window.

2. I repeated 1 above.

3. I pressed browse again, then held down control and selected two more photos, pressed open and they were uploaded.
I only got 4 photos when I did this, and they were the ones I expected. How did your upload differ from this?? If I can reproduce how you did it, I can fix it.

I'll reenable IE 10 in case you want to try it again.

Thanks for the help,


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06-10-2013 11:50:17

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to YTSupport, 06-10-2013 11:34:30  
I didn't hold down control. I just rebrowsed after linking each photo one at a time.

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06-10-2013 12:04:08

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to rrlund, 06-10-2013 11:50:17  
I was trying to cover that possibility with 1 and 2 above. I'll try again.

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Tx Jim

06-13-2013 04:44:57

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to YTSupport, 06-10-2013 12:04:08  

I need an explanation on downloading multiple photos without getting photo duplication's.


Update: Never mind it soaked in to my pea brain what you meant by "hold down ctrl. key" while choosing photos.
This post was edited by Tx Jim at 04:49:25 06/13/13.

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06-13-2013 08:56:47

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to Tx Jim, 06-13-2013 04:44:57  
Yes, control key on Windows and the command key on the Mac. It's lets you keep selecting more photos.

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06-07-2013 17:03:00

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to rrlund, 06-07-2013 16:31:06  
Well, I had to disable it for IE all together for the moment. It was more complex than I expected and will take a lot of debugging. Right now the new upload will only show up for all the other browsers.

Thanks for catching this, it would really upped our disk storage requirements in no time aside from messing up people's posts.

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06-07-2013 16:33:08

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 Re: New Photo upload in in reply to rrlund, 06-07-2013 16:31:06  
That's a problem I didn't expect. It was doing that originally while I was working on it. For each time you go into the browse window, it's resending all the photos. Just hold down control and select them all at once.
I do have to fix this though, because a lot of people don't know how to select multiple files at once. I'll look at it. In fact, I may end up having to pull it out until it's fixed. More later.

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