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Author: Erhard Bcker
Posted: Oct 20 2004 - 12:26 AM
Subject: upload
Nee, das meinte ich nicht, sondern: Ich habe mein Profil angelegt und - wie gewnscht - ein Foto hochgeladen. Aber kein Foto (bei den anderen auch nicht) erscheint. Was luft schief?
Erhard ak Drahre
Author: Rainer
Posted: Oct 19 2004 - 03:25 PM
Subject: Re: picture upload
The system is meant to support all of the above.
What happens is:
- your file is uploaded (can be any file)
- the type is assumed to be specified by the extension (.jpg or .JPG or .gif or .tif or anything else)
- when the picture is displayed in a browser, a temporary file with the same extension is created on the server and sent to the web browser.

All of this boils down to:
You can upload anything, but it makes only sense to upload something that browsers will be able to show. So, .gif or .jpg or .png should work. If future browser generations will support other types as well, Musipedia will automatically support this, too. But there is no mechanism that will prevent you from uploading something browsers don't understand.

Thanks for pointing this out. I will add a little explanatory text next to the upload box (or maybe a question mark that leads to pop-up help).

Rainer
Author: Erhard Bcker
Posted: Oct 10 2004 - 09:58 PM
Subject: picture upload
Anybody there to help me? What have I to do uploading a fotograph? What type is needed: JPG or GIF or TIF or...
Please help.
Drahre
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Add a bit of sheet music, along with a MIDI file, simply by entering note names in Lilypond syntax between the [L] and [/L] tags.
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