And was that post from your real identity, or the someone else?
Consulting Editor, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision/whathifi.com Audio Editor, Gramophone
That's from me. Tonight I'm logged in OK, so I'll let you know next time it happens. Normally, it's another username and when I hit log out I get an error page telling me I'm not authorised to view that page. Then I logged in, went to the competitions tab and was back to the other user again.
Formerly Still known as Lee H
There's a post from OK about MA/B&W/Onkyo which for some strange reason can't be replied to....
David @Frank Harvey Hi-Fi, Coventry
Mitsubishi HC7000 / Oppo BDP103 / Audiolab 8200AP / Rotel RMB1575 / kick ass speaker system
Just test-posted on that thread and it works fine..
I still can't reply, but I see from the main page that Markjaspi has replied, but I can't see that reply!
Works fine - tested with both admin and user accounts - so suggest iot may be a caching or other browsaer problem at your end
I can't post a picture this morning, loaded it into Flickr and tried to post the link into a reply but it doesn't show in preview??
What am I doing wrong (NOW)
Sonos ZP90>Missing Link "Digit">Dacmagic>Chord Cadenza>Leema Tucana I>Van Damme UP LC-OFC>ATC SCM40s
Nope, seems to be working fine...
It might be, I'm obviously not... all that happens is I get a little box with no picture as I insert the link and then it is a blank when I preview it
Cut and paste the link into a separate browser window and see what you get, you're probably not using the correct link but without you actually posting an effort here there's no way we can tell.
No signature worth mentioning...
that's all, she wrote...
I'm using "grab the link" on Flickr and this time I tried the "shortURL" with the same result. If I paste the same link into an empty browser window I get the picture - using Firefox if that makes any diff. Thanks
See, I got a very different URL to the one you attempted to use:
As I suspected, you're not linking to the image itself, you're linking to the page that displays the image, plus all the other guff surrounding it (a full web page in other words). The bit you need is the actual image address, from the Grab The HTML/BBCode action (it seems you need to pull the actual image address out of the code however):
How very irritating!
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