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I somehow managed to repeat a post twice through an inadvertent click. I tried to delete it through 'Edit' several times, but failed. Many apologies. Is there a 'delete' option?
That's an admin function. I usually notice duplicates and clean them up promptly, but you're welcome to set the title to:
Duplicate - please delete
That will make sure it's noticed.
Sorry to bother you. I posted a forum topic entitled "Structures on the South Coast of Lei Yue Mun Channel", http://gwulo.com/node/18374. On being "saved" it appears on the screen with huge spaces between some para's, and between some para's and photos, and rather small sized photos. When I have attempted to "edit", the photos in the article don't appear on screen so I can't see exactly where the excessive spaces are and so can't reduce the the size of the spaces or enlarge the photos. Grateful for your advice on how to reduce the spaces and enlarge the photos please.
It's a long article, perhaps over long, so that may be the cause of the problem. If so, please accept my apologies for the bother I've caused.
I've tidied up the formatting. Youmentioned in your email that you'd written the text in Microsoft Word then copied it to Gwulo. Unfortunately that usually causes all sorts of odd effects in the text when displayed in Gwulo. If you prefer to write it up on your PC first, I recommend you simply type it into Notepad. That saves it as plain text, and doesn't cause any strange effects when you paste it into Gwulo.
The other problem, where a photo can't be seen when you try to edit, is described in this thread: http://gwulo.com/node/17835. If you can leave a comment over there and let me know which browser, and version of browser you are using, it will be helpful.
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