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What about .MPO files  


GiBi
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Hi from France;

Just read the title...

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Astghik
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Please see this testing topic: 

https://addons.wpforo.com/community/wpforo-advanced-attachments/mpo-testing/

Here is attached the file with MPO extension. 

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GiBi
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@astghik

I cannot log in to ask how Asti did that.

I wonder why, if I try to attach a .mpo file to a post, WP reject it ?

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@gibi

Are you using the "wpForo Advanced Attachments" add-on? 

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@astghik

NO, I do NOT

 

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@gibi

in the add-on setting, there is an "Accepted File Types" option. In the case of thewpForo addons forum, the MPO extension is enabled. In the case of the gVectors.com forum, it's not. 

mpo is enabled
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GiBi
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Thanks, OKay for that.

Is there any way to test the addon ?

I'm not certain it will do the job...

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I saw the Asti testing; Okay, but what about displaying the images included in the .mpo files ?

What I would appreciate is:

1- I attach a .mpo file to a pots

2- I add the topic (or send the reply)

3- Anyone reading the post can see the 2 (or more) .JPG images included in the .mpo file exactly the same way one can see an attached .jpg file.

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