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5 hours ago, Funn3r said:

I can't post pictures so just a link

https://ibb.co/dck8d4v

You can post pictures, but not from a link like that.

When you are looking at that picture, right click on it and choose the "open image in new tab" option. Then go to the new tab in your browser, and select the link in the title bar, copy it and paste that into you DOSBODS post.

Like so...

 

B15233-C0-4195-4273-B4-FE-D62-DD3-C4269-

 

The proper link is direct to the photo, and as you can see below it ends with .jpg - an actual picture file, and not a web page link like yours...

https://i.ibb.co/VNMf7YG/B15233-C0-4195-4273-B4-FE-D62-DD3-C4269-C.jpg

 

XYY

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4 minutes ago, The XYY Man said:

You can post pictures, but not from a link like that.

 

Yes, Frank H just helped me out with same info in the feedback thread. Thanks though.

This one is an outlier and I've had a history of not being able to post pictures and wondering why, because sometimes the same thing happened even with direct image links. My guess is that it has never allowed an http link but in the past did not tell you why it failed. Now it does, you get a red message saying has to be https.

I think the image importer is a bit simplistic with a likely security hole, although I'm not going to give it a go to find out.

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1 hour ago, Funn3r said:

Yes, Frank H just helped me out with same info in the feedback thread. Thanks though.

This one is an outlier and I've had a history of not being able to post pictures and wondering why, because sometimes the same thing happened even with direct image links. My guess is that it has never allowed an http link but in the past did not tell you why it failed. Now it does, you get a red message saying has to be https.

I think the image importer is a bit simplistic with a likely security hole, although I'm not going to give it a go to find out.

You are correct about http versus https - I have never had any success with an http link.

In such circumstances, I just download the picture, and then upload it to DOSBODS. And if I can't download it, then I'll screenshot it.

Spunko's server must be fucking rammed with arse pics by now...

 

XYY

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