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[SOLVED]How to add an attachment to a new topic?
D.Deschaume last edited by D.Deschaume
I'm trying to add a .pro with different files, all zipped. But I didn't find a way to add an attachment.
I can paste all code, one by one, but for an ui, it is a little bit not digest.
Have you got a way for doing that? Do I need to use GitHub and then create an account?
Thanks a lot.
Apparently, it seems not possible...
tekojo last edited by
You want to add an image to a topic here?
For that you need to upload the image somewhere (sorry, we don't let people upload by default) and just write the link here. It should show pictures automatically.
koahnig last edited by koahnig
To add to tekojo's comment.
There are the "Editor markdown tags" at the bottom of all threads. There is also a link to a more extended explanation of a "Cheat sheet"
If you have a picture uploaded and released for free access through the internet (e.g. public link from dropbox or similar, you can place the weblink in your post. The proper syntax for direct display is : ![comment](some weblink)
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That's not an image... it's a full project containing a list of files (ui, h, cpp, pro, qrc files). Everything zipped.
Where can I upload this kind of file?
koahnig last edited by
The only choice is to use some other platform. If you want to keep it as zip, there are the different cloud possibilities with free access link to mention (e.g. dropbox, google drive and all those stuff). The link to the zip you can place in your post. For instance you write "myCodeZip" mark this and click on to the link sign above your editor area and paste the link itself.
However, for code and especially for projects you might to consider something like github
Thanks a lot. I will process with github