Easiest Bread Recipe Ever!

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HansV wrote:
23 Apr 2024, 18:39
You can edit your own post and delete the attachment. Or if you prefer, I or another admin can do it for you.
I was not looking deeply enough to find the attachment when I posted. I found and deleted it today, but there is still a mystery that I cannot understand.

When I use File Explorer to view files in my Screenshots folder, I can see the images I tried to post for OMG; yet when I navigate there from here by trying to add the files, I do not see those files.

Color me perplexed. IIRC I've posted other screenshots here. The file type on the files I cannot see from here is .webp. Is that the reason?
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Make sure that you are composing your post in the Full Editor.
You can then simply drag a file from a File Explorer window into the post and drop it there.
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OK. Testing.

So the problem was the file format being webp. I opened them in FastStone IV and saved them as jpeg and all is well.

Which leads me to ask if there is a reason that Eileen's Lounge doesn't accept webp images?
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BobH wrote:
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Oooh! I've got one of these. Somewhere.
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BobH wrote:
24 Apr 2024, 22:43
Which leads me to ask if there is a reason that Eileen's Lounge doesn't accept webp images?
The webp format wasn't around when we set up Eileen's Lounge. I'll see if I can add it.
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Alas, the forum software doesn't allow webp even if I add it to the allowed file types.
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Thanks for checking, Hans. I'll take more care in taking screenshots to be sure they are NOT saved as .webp files.
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ChrisGreaves wrote:
25 Apr 2024, 04:28
BobH wrote:
24 Apr 2024, 22:43
IR Thermo.jpg
Oooh! I've got one of these. Somewhere.
They are great for checking the temperature of oil for sauteing and frying and oven temps for baking. Modern ovens are notorious for having incorrect temperature settings.
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