Post by Richard OConnell on Dec 30, 2012 5:05:51 GMT -5
Very true.. seems like a waste of manpower looking through all those pics. Unless they have a penis recognition system similar to facebook's face recognition. In which case I would have loved to be one of the programmers working on that job
And I can't put 'raw' URLs to the pictures in the post either, the BB just turns them into links back to the same page?
Also I'm getting the following error when trying to edit any post:
"Invalid request token / possible request forgery (error 4)"
edit: pictures are working now after I managed to edit the post a few times by mashing the edit button until it let me in. The 'src=' bit in the picture tag was changing to a blank space after saving changes and then it just saved. Really, really odd. I'm still get the request token error randomly.
Last Edit: Dec 7, 2013 16:23:18 GMT -5 by cursorkeys
Hello, I just spent many hours over 2 days assembling photos, diagrams and video then uploading onto the forum with comments and descriptions as a reply to one of the responders to my original post but addressed to all. Upon going to post there was an error message "go back, refresh and try again". I now cannot find any of my reponse post, only a second posting of my original post. It surely cannot be that my work has been deleted? Are there limits on the number/size of attachments? Nothing was indicated during composition. I will be most grateful if my unpublished post can be recovered. Most upset if it cannot. John R Woodcock
Post by Richard OConnell on Mar 25, 2018 16:56:12 GMT -5
Hi John. There shouldnt be any limits that would cause this kind of error. It sounds like your session expired based on the amount of time you spent constructing the post. Unfortunately, nothing was actually sent as a result of the error, so there isnt anything I can do to recover it. Going forward, if you anticipate spending an extended period of time writing a long post, I would HIGHLY recommend writing it up in a text editor on your computer(like microsoft word), saving as you go along, or add your post early on, then add edit or reply with additional info. That will protect a lot of your work in the result of a site error or if you lose power while working on it.
Post by pitciblackscotland on Mar 25, 2018 21:55:43 GMT -5
Hi John, I found out you have to sign up on postimages.org/ I still need to work out how to post a image so you can view it in a lager window on this site. If you want i can talk you through the steps ?