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I've noticed that the tag isn't embedding images within a post; rather it hyper-links it.

This may have been mentioned/covered but, I've not been on the site for a while.....

I'm using Firefox 2.0. I've also tried with IE 6.

Anyone else not seeing embedded images?

Thx...

-TD

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Hey txduggan, thanks for bringing this up to us. Would it be possible for you to give me a link to a post that is not showing images, and I'll check it in Firefox and a couple of other browsers?

Are you using:

[img=your image url here]

Or using the image button insertimage.gif

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Hey txduggan, thanks for bringing this up to us. Would it be possible for you to give me a link to a post that is not showing images, and I'll check it in Firefox and a couple of other browsers?

http://www.quadcrazy.com/atvforum/pictures-videos-board/3444-action-shots-5.html

Are you using:

[img=your image url here]

Or using the image button insertimage.gif

I'm pretty sure I hand-coded .

Let's see....

muddy_quad.jpg

Yep...hand coded the above and it's a hyper-link.

Done from Firefox 2.0........

Tom D

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Images in that thread and the image in your last post show up fine on my end in Internet Explorer and FireFox 2.0

I know you use Firefox, below is a screenshot I just took to show that it comes up. Now the hyperlink it displays for the image, clicks trhough to the image as a pop up?

Anyone else have this issue?

firefox.gif

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Interesting....when I'm not logged on, I see the in-post images....

I just logged on and they're back to hyper-links.

I'll check my profile settings next....

-TD

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Great! Yeah there is a Display Settings area in the forum User CP. Thanks for taking the time to troubleshoot it. I don't know why I did not think of that on...:huh:

Unfortunately, I'm in IT and troubleshoot for a living....BLEH...

As the old adage goes, "It worked before!" LOL!!!!!

I know I didn't change my profile, so I'm blaming it on the tree huggers who hate ATV'ers....and I'm also blaming Lindsay Lohan......

Tom D

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