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, Mon Sep 12, 2011 7:42 pm
I had a reply to your question about uploading photos, it's been waiting on the help site for me since last Tuesday. I have answered my part of the question perhaps you can tell me yours and I will forward it.
could you maybe find out the following details for me:
What Version of the Internet Explorer is this member of yours using? Does the error occur regardless of the amount of pics that he/she wants to upload? When exactly does the browser freeze (while waiting for the files to be uploaded or when saving the post?)
and maybe also: Has anyone else had these kind of problems with uploading images? Or is it just this one member?
Regarding your problem: You say you have to try three or four times for the upload to work. What exactly do you have to repeat? You click on "Attach file", then choose the image, then click "upload" - and after the upload there is no uploaded file for the first few tries?
, Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:42 am
Hi Phil, in answer to your questions. I choose the photo, click on upload, it starts to upload, then a new blank window comes up with the message "a problem with this web page caused Internet Explorer to shut down" it then reverts back to the BT page and when I try again it's fine and uploads with no problem,this happens with only a single photo and irrespective of file size. I am using the latest version of IE.
, Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:29 am
No damage around here caused by yesterdays high winds as far as I am aware. I was expecting some damage to my boundary fence as it has been a long time since I erected it now, and it is getting a bit ropey in places but it was still standing proud this morning.
Have a small gap underneath can save a fence, as can a few holes due to it being a "bit ropey" In Buenos Aires, where they are marching and protesting all the time, they have perfected their banners for minimum wind resistance as they walk along the road, lots of little holes.
My time is money, I can lend you 10 minutes for lunch.
, Tue Sep 13, 2011 8:54 pm
When I erected my fence over 30 years ago it was to keep an escape artist called Rex in. The mere hint of a gap under the fence and he would have had the shovels and picks out and been gone getting some poor little bitch pregnant somewhere.