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Old 08-03-2004, 09:32 PM   #1
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how do I delete old pictures so i can post new ones?

As stated, why hte cap anyway. Only reason I post pics is to show to you guys anyway.
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Old 08-03-2004, 10:05 PM   #2
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Try uploading the pictures straight to your gallery, I believe that you get a quota for uploads, and then a separate quota for your personal gallery (which you don't seem to have any pics in).

As far as deleting old things, I have no clue.
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Old 08-03-2004, 10:16 PM   #3
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Click your profile button below your post. It should take you to "view your profile". On the right side near the bottom there should be a link saying User attachment control panel. From there you should be able to delete as needed.

Moved to the site help/feedback forum

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Hey Steve, on a side note: Is it possible to move pictures from the forums to your gallery with out deleting and re-uploading the files to your gallery?..


Just a question. I didn't see an option for that so I am assuming it is not possible people other than the Mods and Admins to do.

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Hey Steve, on a side note: Is it possible to move pictures from the forums to your gallery with out deleting and re-uploading the files to your gallery?..
AFAIK all you can do is delete them. PM reefrunner69 or fishfreek and they might be able with the admin panel.

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Just a question. I didn't see an option for that so I am assuming it is not possible people other than the Mods and Admins to do.
It's not in the "update profile" section so be sure you are in "view profile". It should be on the bottom right underneath where it says describe your tank.

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Thanks Steve. I meant that there is no option in the "User attachment Control Panel"....It was just a question out of curiosity more than anything. Thanks.

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