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TOPIC: test of file attachments

#387 7 years 2 months ago
test of file attachments

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Test of file attachments
1. I tried to drag a file into "add file" block
Did not work.
2. I tried to cut and paste file name from properties ^c and ^v
Nothing could be pasted into "add file" block. The pasting worked in other spots.
3. I tried to type in the attachments box.
The cusor went into the box, but I couldn't type any characters.

I clearly do not understand how to work this feature. I went to the Kunena Forum web site, but I could not find any file attachment information.

system: linummint 14.1 64 bit ; mozilla firefox browser.

I need to send some files.


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#390 7 years 2 months ago
test of file attachments

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Hi jdk,

We are aware of the problem. Hopefully we can fix it. thanks for binging it to our attention again.

If you have time to look at potential solutions that would help.

Bob
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#411 7 years 2 months ago
test of file attachments

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e-mail sytems uses "mime" protocal to attach files. This implies an arbitrary limit on the file size of somewhere between 5 an 10 meg. I would look at some of the open source e mail systems for clues. I 'm not a net geek. Sorry


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