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  • finelinefineline Kerygmania Host
    Or another possibility is this one: https://www.stthomas.edu/logos/archives/
  • RublevRublev Shipmate
  • finelinefineline Kerygmania Host
    :smile:
  • Nick TamenNick Tamen Shipmate
    edited May 5
    I think the article Rublev was trying to link to (referred to in another thread) is this one: https://www.stthomas.edu/media/catholicstudies/center/logosjournal/archives/2003vol06/64/6-4Article.pdf

    So, Rublev, is would be
    [url=https://www.stthomas.edu/media/catholicstudies/center/logosjournal/archives/2003vol06/64/6-4Article.pdf]here[/url].
    

    Or you can just paste the link itself, and it will show as hypertext, like It did above.


  • RublevRublev Shipmate
    edited May 5
    Thanks to everyone for their help. I think my urls are now acceptable in the sight of the Lord :innocent:
  • Wet KipperWet Kipper Shipmate
    RooK wrote: »
    You do realize that you are putting a space before your ™ mark, right? Otherwise it seems Fine™.

    both of your examples show up as a new line when I look at it. Is nobody else seeing the same ?
  • Nope. But it took me several goes to get rid of a random enter/return on a post I made earlier, putting a line break in a strange place.
  • peasepease Tech Admin
    edited May 8
    Wet Kipper wrote: »
    RooK wrote: »
    You do realize that you are putting a space before your ™ mark, right? Otherwise it seems Fine™.

    both of your examples show up as a new line when I look at it. Is nobody else seeing the same ?

    Well ... it depends.

    The system, in its infinite wisdom, has started converting some unicode characters to images (that's why ™ looks a bit fuzzy) - but not for everyone (I think). I suspect it's conditional on whether it thinks your browser can display (particular) unicode characters.

    As for the newlines, there's a bug in the code it's inserting round the replacement image.
  • peasepease Tech Admin
    If you're seeing newlines and ™ in a different font, you're probably using an older browser/operating system.
  • Wet KipperWet Kipper Shipmate
    Thanks Pease

    at w*rk it's Chrome v74 ("up to date") or IE11 on a windows 7 machine, and it shows a new line and it looks like an image
    on my phone it's Chrome on the newest Android OS and it is superscript text

    thanks for the explanation
  • BabyWombatBabyWombat Shipmate
    Testing entering a URL. [/URL]https://diovermont.org
  • ZappaZappa Ecclesiantics Host
  • BroJamesBroJames Purgatory Host
    Meh!
  • BroJamesBroJames Purgatory Host
    Meh
    Meh
  • caroline444caroline444 Shipmate
    edited June 11
    I would have liked to (embed) a photo hosted on flickr. Tried to copy and paste the BBCode, but it was rejected. Let me see if I can do it again, and see the reject message...

    Ah, it says "IMG is not permitted"

    Alternatively is it possible to upload pix from one's computer?
  • You can't upload pictures on this site. The option has been disabled. It occasionally returns on updates, but then gets disabled again.
  • caroline444caroline444 Shipmate
    edited June 11
    @Curiosity killed

    Thank you....
  • caroline444caroline444 Shipmate
    edited June 14
    Practising (error) (heart) (innocent)
    :error :heart :innocent
    :(error) :(heart) :(innocent)

    No.....I'm afraid I'm still stuck....
  • BroJamesBroJames Purgatory Host
    @caroline444, if you type a : and follow it with the first two or three letters of the name of the emoji you should get a drop down list from which you can select. For me
    :error:
    
    produces :error:,
    :heart:
    
    produces :heart: and
    :innocent:
    
    produces :innocent:.

    It looks to me as though you are omitting the final :.
  • caroline444caroline444 Shipmate
    edited June 14
    @BroJames

    :error: :heart: :innocent:

    Thank you so much!
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