Well, I had a lengthy post written out, and I can't even post it because it says that I cannot post links until I have a post count of 1 and my post count is 0. The thing is, I HAVE NO LINKS IN MY POST! This entire Linux experience has been a colossal waste of time. This has been a horrible experience.
I've been trying to submit my first post but vBulletin complains that with a post count of 0 I am not allowed to post links. The post did not actually contain any links, but did have some slashes in pathnames that I wanted to quote, so maybe that was the problem? I won't know until I submit this post and the try again to submit my original first post.
I can see both, just in your first post, the link was neither a clickable url (like in your second post) nor showed the picture (or a thumbnail) in the post itself.I simply had to click 'Quote' to see the code of your first post and grab the url, which I then posted in my post.I've seen this issue already.
How do I post screenshot or other photo with dropbox to an xda post? I can use the attach file button on replies but then you have to click the thumbnail to view. Ive noticed other people post screenshots and it is shown full resolution and not as a post attachment.
Surprising we don't have thread like this for DNA yet.
So its simple. Post photos of your cases, pouches, flip covers, skins with the DNA and also please do post the source / link from where you got it so it can help others to buy the same if they like it.
Cheers! Will post mine soon.
I'm just wondering; requiring Image Verification with every post seems a bit of an overkill; I've never been on a forum that makes such a demand on it's users. Is there some reason this requirement is presented for every post? Even after the user has logged in with a password?
I'm trying to connect and post to a simple java webservice, running the post's URL from chrome succeeded, but android code skip the following lines (without throwing errors), but the webservice doesn't accept the post
HttpPost post = new HttpPost(setFacebookEventsAddress+userId+"/"+accesstoken);
This is the first post in this blog, to get things going. I will try to post as often as i can. I mainly post at my external blog but i will try to post the same things here so that linux.com users can follow my writings here instead of at my blog.