Uploading Photos on the New System


Centrist

Junior Member
Can anyone tell me how to delete old photos that I have posted? I really want to post something interesting I found online but I am limited to 200kb or something. Since SDF was redesigned I haven't, for the life of me, been able to figure out how to delete my old posted photos and free up space.

thanks
 

bd popeye

The Last Jedi
VIP Professional
Just edit your post. simple.
1) Hit the edit button on your post.
2) Highlight what ever you want depleted.
3) Hit the backspace button.
 

Bltizo

Lieutenant General
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Can anyone tell me how to delete old photos that I have posted? I really want to post something interesting I found online but I am limited to 200kb or something. Since SDF was redesigned I haven't, for the life of me, been able to figure out how to delete my old posted photos and free up space.

thanks
By uploading, do you mean attachments? I believe attachments are limited for users.
Because if you want to post pictures and not be limited, you can use the
function, and insert the Direct Link of the picture. Use an image hosting site to store all the pics and then copy/paste the direct link over to the URL bar when you click the "insert image" icon.
 

bd popeye

The Last Jedi
VIP Professional
Ok I get you now. I seldom post attachments. Do you want all your photos deleted? Blitz...I just PMed WEbby. Maybe he can help. So stand by!
 
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Centrist

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I got a PM from Webby this AM. He will check into it..
It just seems silly to have to go back to the thread and delete your posting just to free up space for posting attachments. It used to be a lot easier in that you could delete your uploaded photos directly from the attachment panel. Now you cannot delete photos from there...but you can upload them. Somewhat strange if you ask me.
 

WebMaster

The Troll Hunter
Staff member
Administrator
You should have 10MB now instead of the 200kb, use the space wisely. If you are regular image sharer, I recommend what bdpopeye does. That way, we can keep SDF database from growing/bloating too much with attachment data!

Each "group" of members (based on posts) is limited to certain MBs so I will post those figures later in another thread.

Enjoy
 

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