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    Hi

    I have 2 suggestions for improvement regarding attachments.

    1. when you come to upload something I think it would be better if it defaults to the home folder.
    2. when you upload something an extra . is put in the file name. For example if I want to upload a file called image.jpg when I upload and attach it changes it to image..jpg

    Nothing major but might be worth thinking about.
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 12th April 2010 at 02:09 AM.

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    I think vBulletin are working on improving the upload manager, given what I've read on their site.

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    4.03 seems to have fixed the issues with the attachement manager. When I upgrade us this will be resolved.

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    I must be thick or something, but I cannot seem to attach a file to a post!! I get to the manager, click on the Add Files button, click on Select Files, find my file and it is listed in the Add Files window but then what do I do????? If I close the Add Files window the file disappears. Help please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andie View Post
    I must be thick or something, but I cannot seem to attach a file to a post!! I get to the manager, click on the Add Files button, click on Select Files, find my file and it is listed in the Add Files window but then what do I do????? If I close the Add Files window the file disappears. Help please!
    Nope your not thick we are about to go to vb 4.03 tonight/tomorrow and only then will attachements work consistintly, its taking a little to get 4.03 through testing right now as it has a few template changes.

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    I am thick as I didn't spot that I was posting on a CLOSED thread!! Thanks for replying anyway, and for reassuring me that I am not toally losing it over the inability to attach a file.

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