PLEASE somehow re-enable BBCode Image Syntax

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yes the new image thing is nice...however, when bulk uploading having to copy specific and individual image addresses and paste them in one at a time is extremely time consuming.

With BBcode we could copy an entire upload of over 20 images from a hosting site and paste the bbcode links in all in a single drop.

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  • jmiller2jmiller2 Members  538WRX Points: 105Posts: 538 Golden Tee
    Joined:  edited Apr 26, 2019 #2

    You can use simple HTML directly in this forum to accomplish whatever BBcode syntax you need. If the image hosting website has HTML as an option to embed images then use that option to copy and paste the code into your post.

    Images BBCode
    ~ [img]{url}[/img]
    ~ [img=100x50]{url}[/url]
    ~ [img width="100" height="50" alt="BBcode Example"]

    Images HTML
    ~ image
    ~ image
    ~ HTML Example

    Example of embedded images at different sizes:
    No Resizing
    image

    Resized to 100x50 no 'alt tag'
    image

    Resized to 100x50 w/ the 'alt tag'
    HTML Example

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