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Old 05-16-2019, 07:56 AM
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Inflorescences began to emerge as the summer approaches. (It is already 30°C in afternoon!)
Two spikes are clearly visible, and there are couple more nascent inflorescences...I count total six spikes.

Btw, those deep pinkish-red root tips are also beautiful.

Shuntenno in bud watch. :)-shutenno1-jpg

Shuntenno in bud watch. :)-shutenno2-jpg

Currently mounted on a slab of cork sitting on a south-facing window. It received lots of sunlight during winter and spring, so the leaves developed purple spots due to build-up of anthocyanins.
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Old 05-31-2019, 11:35 PM
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Shuntenno in bud watch. :)-shutenno3-jpg

Shuntenno in bud watch. :)-shutenno4-jpg

The color is little bit darker than last year.
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Impressive blooms AND root tips. Lovely!
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Very wonderful plant and great blooms.
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papaya,

Is there a simple way of duplicating thumbnail pictures into larger size within a post?
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Old 06-02-2019, 06:25 AM
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After uploading picture, list of successfully uploaded files will be shown in the file upload window; left click on that to copy the URL of the uploaded picture (copy image location or something like that).

Now you can use insert image button (on the writing message tool bars) and then paste down the URL of the uploaded image to directly embed uploaded picture into the post you are writing.
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Old 06-02-2019, 12:36 PM
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papayj,

Thanks. More complicated than I hoped but I will try it.

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papayj,

I had to manually copy in the url very carefully and when I hit the upload button, it returned, “Invalid URL code”.

I did this several times with same result.



I don't have a computer, just the iPad Air 2.


papayj,

Finally figured a way to copy the url, but still get the message that it is invalid.

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Beautiful Shuntenno! Mine is still a very young plant so I have a single spike with 2 buds this year. Looking forward to seeing larger spikes like on you plant.

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papayj,

Thanks. More complicated than I hoped but I will try it.

---------- Post added at 12:36 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:23 AM ----------

papayj,

I had to manually copy in the url very carefully and when I hit the upload button, it returned, “Invalid URL code”.

I did this several times with same result.



I don't have a computer, just the iPad Air 2.


papayj,

Finally figured a way to copy the url, but still get the message that it is invalid.
An easier way to copy the URL is to create your post with the photo attached normally, then click on the image to enlarge it, then right click/ long tap on the photo to get the menu to copy the image location. It's easier than muddling around with a small file upload window on a touch screen.

For your 'invalid code' issues, are you doing really using insert image and not insert link by mistake? It should work, I'm not sure where your problem is coming from.
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Camille,

I don't have a computer. Your comments are for one that does. But thank you anyway for your advice.
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I don't have a computer. Your comments are for one that does. But thank you anyway for your advice.
I'm not sure I understand what you're saying. OB doesn't have a mobile version of the website, so it should work exactly the same on the computer and on a phone/tablet, as is the case when I tried to do this on my phone earlier...
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