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Old 02-11-2014, 09:27 AM   #1
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How to clear attachments?

It says my attachments are full and I can't post pics, anyway to clear out the old?
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It says my attachments are full and I can't post pics, anyway to clear out the old?
Hello Brook...

You can't delete old pics without deleting parts of a thread. Apparently, this is how the system works. So, if you've maxed your allotment, you can't post unless you pay a fee to become a forum supporter. I think it's $15.00 per year and you get unlimited photo posting.

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Hello Brook... You can't delete old pics without deleting parts of a thread. Apparently, this is how the system works. So, if you've maxed your allotment, you can't post unless you pay a fee to become a forum supporter. I think it's $15.00 per year and you get unlimited photo posting. B
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This is weird, it used to let me go to my oldest attached pics and delete them. Now I can only delete my two newest pics ???

Stuff like this makes me stop posting.

I agree paying a membership is going to give you more uploads.
That's fine. Not being able to manage my limited uploaded photos, is frustrating.

People who post a lot should earn some leeway ?
Just an idea.
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You could also set up a photobucket or flickr account and link to the images you upload there.
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Deleting photos makes it very confusing for people who view threads down the road.

Nobody is trying to twist your arm to get you to be a supporting member. Lots of free photo hosting sites out there.


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AND you can also use the galleries here to post in (like a free hosting site) and it will even give you the BBCode to paste right into a post to show the image.
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