Yes, attachments do get stripped off emails to the list. This thread is not
the only question being dealt with here and anyway how would people reading
this thread in the future manage to get the attachment?
The best answer is to use Nabble. You can upload the files you want to
attach using Nabble and then anyone can choose to read them or not. People
in the future can see the attachment easily when they are reading this
thread, they just click on the html-style link to see it. Nabble keeps the
attachment very close to the thread without relying on some 3rd party
service such as Drop-box or other 3rd party Cloud.
Follow the links in this email to get to this thread or navigate from the
official LibreOffice website. Once you get to the bit that lets you type in
a comment there are various buttons just above where you type. The top item
in the "More" button allows you to "upload a file". It even has the browse
button to help you find the right file(s) that works in much the same way as
finding the right file to attach to an email.
I don't know why we don't help people to make more and better use of Nabble.
It has some really neat features that makes it much easier to help on this
list. Of course many people prefer to use Gmane instead but i don't think
that has the upload feature. Both are excellent ways of viewing this list's
Good luck and regards from
Marino / WellnessWebshop.se wrote
This works perfect! Exactly as I want it to work - you have saved many
hours for me :-)
From: Errol Goetsch
oops, perhaps attachments get stripped out on this list. I've now sent the
example direct to Marino.
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