Attatchments

Discussion in 'Site Discussions & Suggestions' started by The Teej, Feb 22, 2005.

Feb 22, 2005

Attatchments by The Teej at 10:55 PM (751 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. The Teej
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    Former Staff The Teej Also known as The Tjalian

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    Hey.. how do you use attatchments? I just see this thing called attatchment management on many IPB Forums I go to, and I have no idea on how to actually attach files [​IMG]

    Can any-one help me out here?

    Thanks

    - Tjalian
     
  2. DeMoN

    Member DeMoN GBAtemp Guru

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    maybe it's not avaliable on GBAtemp.
     
  3. Puck The Joker

    Banned Puck The Joker Puck, The Arrogant Phuck

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    That feature only comes into play if you have the ability to add attachments. For example, over at Garpland when you hit Add Reply, if you scroll down there will be an area where you can attach something to your post. Each person has a limit as to how much they can attach and that is where the Attachment Manager comes into play. I think only Supervisors & Admins, if anyone, has attachment abilities on this forum.
     
  4. The Teej
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    Former Staff The Teej Also known as The Tjalian

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    I see, I have my own forum, Co-Run wit a mate of mine, and I can't figure out how to use my own feature xD.

    Cheers Puck, I'll have to rummage around the admin cp and see how to enable it for admin usage [​IMG].
     
  5. Samutz

    Member Samutz Wet Tissue Sample

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    If you're running IPB 1.3 you have to get the mod for it, only 2.0 and up come with attachment features built in.
     

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