Attachments don't get through to the mailing list. It is better to upload
to a file-sharing site and then put a link to it in one of your posts to the
Probably the easiest way to do this is to use Nabble. Links in this email
take you to your thread as viewed through Nabble. Another way to get to
Nabble is to go to the home-page on the official LibreOffice website, then;
"Get Help" - "Community Support"
and near the bottom you can see links to Nabble and GMane. The Nabble way
makes it look more like a flashy forum. The Gmane way show it more like
Reddit or something. Both ways show all the same posts that the email way
shows but they make it easier for people who prefer using those different
sorts of systems.
Once you get to your thread in Nabble just "reply to" the latest, or most
appropriate post. You get an empty message box to type into. It looks a
lot like email at that point. Just above the message box is a line/bar of
icons/buttons. The one on the furthest right is "More" and the top item in
that drop-down menu is "Upload a file". That works much the same way as
attaching something to an email.
Uploading to Nabble automatically injects the link into your email. It's
written in html so that you can see exactly what it's doing and you can even
edit it if you know html or fancy just having a go. You can just move it
around inside your email if that helps place it better. Usually you don't
have to worry about any of that because the default is usually fine and we
are used to dealing with tpyos anyway.
Sorry i couldn't help with the actual question!!
Good luck and regards from
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