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Please Help. How do you include a screen shot?

Discussion in 'Release 40 Dev+ Feedback Forum' started by mystarr, Mar 25, 2017.

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  1. mystarr

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    I see lots of screen shots in bug reports but for some reason I cant seem to include an image

    • If I try to drag and drop an image I get a message saying "uploads are not available"
    • If I try to cut and paste nothing happens
    • If I upload the image to a website like imgur and then use the image option from the toolbar I get: [​IMG]

    What am I missing?
     
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    You need to use a 3rd party service, like imgur - and then use the 'image' icon in the toolbar when posting, to link to the image.
     
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    Are you making sure to get the direct link to the image rather than the link to a web page which shows the image?

    [​IMG]
     
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    Also, another way is to post the picture on facebook. Then you can open the picture on facebook, right click on the opened picture and select "copy image location".

    Then, in the sota forum, you can select add image and paste the copied image location into the dialog box.
     
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    That was it. Thanks!
     
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