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ChrisJC

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I'll try an animated gif.
 

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Paul Marvin

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guys before i keep posting loads of useless stuff tell me when you upload an image can you preview it or just hope it's attached ?
 

Roger W

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I can't preview it when I use the attachments option.  Just have to post and hope it's
there.  So far I've not been disappointed.
 

royfellows

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So the server would then allocate you a new external IP address. Why should this make a difference I wonder.
 

Paul Marvin

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royfellows said:
So the server would then allocate you a new external IP address. Why should this make a difference I wonder.

Dunno Roy but I was taught by an IT wizzo if in doubt turn of and on again after a few minutes , it can fix all sorts of issues    :-\  :confused:
 

royfellows

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Yes, often fixes slow broadband.
Few people use a static IP address, most is dynamic and assigned by the server when you turn on your router. As you say, it fixes all sorts of issues, but cannot understand why this one.
 

Paul Marvin

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royfellows said:
Yes, often fixes slow broadband.
Few people use a static IP address, most is dynamic and assigned by the server when you turn on your router. As you say, it fixes all sorts of issues, but cannot understand why this one.

Neither can I Roy  :-\
 
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