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Re: PHOTO: help w thunderbird?

Hi Linda

Let's see if this works
I've copied the image and I'll paste it into Thunderbird. So if this
seedling photo shows up, this is how they are embedded.

Colleen Modra

Linda Mann wrote:
> I'm trying to figure out how to embed images into posts using
> Thunderbird so I can try to post some seedling photos that will appear
> in the archives. I found something online that explains how to <not>
> embed images - involves changing the config editor.
> Anybody know what the value should be so that it <will> embed images?
> Currently, the default is zero. I haven't been brave enough to change
> it yet. Guess I'll try posting with its current settings just to see
> what happens.
> <Select the Tools menu, then Options, select the Advanced button, then
> the General tab and click on the Config Editor button. Scroll down until
> you find mail.content_disposition_type. If the value is not set to 1,
> double-click on that line and an Enter Integer Value dialog box will pop
> up. Change the value to 1 and click OK. Shut down Thunderbird and
> restart it for the change to take effect.>

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