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  • primer jon
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    Post 4 worked for me. Thanks!

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  • Jimmy D. Giles
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    Originally posted by Zachery View Post
    Please start your own thread for your own issues. Do not bump/hijack old threads that are not your own.
    Please answer the question here: https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...79#post2183979

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  • Zachery
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    Please start your own thread for your own issues. Do not bump/hijack old threads that are not your own.

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  • Jimmy D. Giles
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    Originally posted by Lynne View Post
    The reason they show as attachment.php is so you may apply permissions to them. If you always had a direct link to the image/attachment, then you would be unable to not show it to Unregistered users, or other usergroups.
    Perhaps this is not relevant to the above but Unregistered / Not Logged In users cannot view my in-line CMS attachment images and I would like for them to be able to view them.

    Please advise. Thank you.

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  • Frondy
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    Originally posted by Andy View Post
    Is your Admin CP setting for View Attached Images Inline set to Yes?

    Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Message Attachment Options - > View Attached Images Inline -> Yes
    Yep, now it works, thank you!
    I'm wondering how I missed that option...
    sorry

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  • Andy
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    The problem has been resolved. When I click the link in the first post the inline attachments now appear as images.

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  • Eternal_
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    Understandable, but in user profile albums it's the same way, .php extension, so they don't work when trying to post them as images as a blog background style, and don't work when trying to embed them into posts either. Doesn't make sense to give an image url as an option in a users album that can't be used throughout the forum. What's the point of an image url or bb code if it can't be used anywhere? It would be so much easier if images were actually .jpg's etc. It should be an option to have images be actual image files.
    Originally posted by Lynne View Post
    The reason they show as attachment.php is so you may apply permissions to them. If you always had a direct link to the image/attachment, then you would be unable to not show it to Unregistered users, or other usergroups.

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  • Eternal_
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    Yes, that setting has been like that for months.

    Originally posted by Andy View Post
    Did you check the setting I mentioned in post number four?

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  • Lynne
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    The reason they show as attachment.php is so you may apply permissions to them. If you always had a direct link to the image/attachment, then you would be unable to not show it to Unregistered users, or other usergroups.

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  • Andy
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    Originally posted by Eternal_ View Post
    I clicked on the attachment link, and it's so stupid. It takes you to this: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/attac...5&d=1268267025

    That's not an image url! that's an attachment, which I find a huge problem with vbulletin. Why in the world are all the images attachments instead of .jpg, .png, .gif images, etc. It causes such huge problems with my images being turned into links half the time as "attachment1024" for example. So annoying!

    It's the same thing in albums too with the url not being an actual image file but an attachment file.
    Did you check the setting I mentioned in post number four?

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  • Eternal_
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    I clicked on the attachment link, and it's so stupid. It takes you to this: http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/attac...5&d=1268267025

    That's not an image url! that's an attachment, which I find a huge problem with vbulletin. Why in the world are all the images attachments instead of .jpg, .png, .gif images, etc. It causes such huge problems with my images being turned into links half the time as "attachment1024" for example. So annoying!

    It's the same thing in albums too with the url not being an actual image file but an attachment file.


    Originally posted by Andy View Post
    I just noticed that on this forum Version 4.0.6, inline attachments now show as links. Here is an example of a post (post #1) that has two inline attachments.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...-using-Firebug

    Is this a new bug?

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  • Andy
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    Originally posted by Frondy View Post
    I have the same problem after upgrading to 4.0.4...
    Is your Admin CP setting for View Attached Images Inline set to Yes?

    Admin CP -> Settings -> Options -> Message Attachment Options - > View Attached Images Inline -> Yes

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  • Frondy
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    I have the same problem after upgrading to 4.0.4, and nobody ever answers, exept here, but it does not help:

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...=1#post1997668

    same question is here:

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...hments-missing

    Now I have vb 4.0.6 and stll cant see inline image attachemens
    Only solution is to copy attachement image path and inset it as picture

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  • Lynne
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    Or perhaps a setting?

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  • Andy
    started a topic [Forum] Inline attachments showing as links

    Inline attachments showing as links

    I just noticed that on this forum Version 4.0.6, inline attachments now show as links. Here is an example of a post (post #1) that has two inline attachments.

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...-using-Firebug

    Is this a new bug?
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