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Hello,

My one year membership expired and now I cannot post any photos.

It appears the only way I will be able to post new photos is if I delete all the old photos from my threads.

Those old photos are useful references to ALL forum members so it seems counter-productive to the forum to require they be deleted.

Is there another way I can post new photos?

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You can post thumbnail photos which will enlarge when you click on them.
 

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You can post thumbnail photos which will enlarge when you click on them.
Thanks Bugman but the system is not allowing to me add thumbnail photos.

The method I have always used is to press the paperclip icon and follow the prompts. Is there a better way?
 

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I have used a photo hosting site since I joined. I haven't had any issues. If your interested PM me and I can give you the details.

Membership expired? I haven't paid any membership dues yet.
 

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Not that I know of, I didn't know that you might be restricted to the file sizes even with the thumbnail photos. I thought that it just applied to the photo gallery.
 

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There is a 15mb limit for attachments for standard users. You can check in the User CP, under attachments, to see how close you are to this limit. Embedding images from outside websites is an easy way to do get around the limit. Let us know if you need any help.

Kevin
 

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There is a 15mb limit for attachments for standard users. You can check in the User CP, under attachments, to see how close you are to this limit. Embedding images from outside websites is an easy way to do get around the limit. Let us know if you need any help.

Kevin
Kevin,

If I start deleting attachments then does that mean they are no longer going to be visible in the threads?

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Richard,

Thank you for explaining the process.
 
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