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Ok. This is weird. Wonder if Paul or Gordon has a clue of what it could be. If they don't check in by tomorrow, I'll PM in am.


Peggy M
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Maybe this is the right place for this.

I just edited a post in Paint & Body Shop that looked like an imbedded video. The poster had just pasted the url into his post. I copied that and used the url link tool and captioned it "Link" but it still appeared directly in the post.

Just wondering what's up with that.

The post is here in case anyone wants to check it out.


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You have to remove the http// at the front of his link for it to truly be a link.


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Hi Kevin,
See this post https://www.stovebolt.com/ubbthread.../how-to-link-video-and-instructions.html

As a mod, you should be able to do as Martin suggests and edit the post to remove the https:// (or http://)


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X2 to what Marin said, or as an alternative change "http" to "hxxp".

Both will fix the embedded link problem.


Dan

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That did it. Thanks guys. thumbs_up
Martin, I actually saw the thread before you reported it. But thanks for that.

Last edited by klhansen; Sat Oct 08 2022 04:02 AM.

Kevin
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Good. I saw that and bookmarked to check in morning at the computer. Good going.

There is another one I think in Spoon by Ron. That's your's Martin. Yes?


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Peggy, Ron’s video is a link as of this morning. Thanks


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'62 Chevy C-10 Stepside Shortbed (Restomod in progress)
'47 Chevy 3100 5 Window (long term project)
‘65 Chevy Biscayne 4dr 230 I-6 one owner (I’m #2) “Emily”
‘39 Dodge Businessmans Coupe “Clarence”



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Looking at a post from Phil, I'm going to see if I can rotate an image that's in the Attachment Manager.


Well, I find that a reader can rotate the image in the view mode to correct the image but it doesn't save it. At least, I didn't find anything to save it.

On the two images -- the second one I tried to turn it upside down, which it showed that but it did not stay.

I went to the old standby that John Lucas said he did to fix images. I moved the image to the desk top and then rotated it (right mouse) there. Then moved it into the Attachment Manager.

Attached Images
baublet-pete-1958c.jpg (12.75 KB, 62 downloads)
TESTING TESTING TESTING
baublet-pete-1958c.jpg (12.75 KB, 62 downloads)
baublet-pete-1958c.jpg (14.8 KB, 59 downloads)
Last edited by Peggy M; Sun Oct 16 2022 08:07 PM.

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