Photos and their names on mouse-over

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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    OMG, the names are totally different on AlainK's posting and my posting, where both the thumbs show in both the upload area and in the text area. I'm sure I can't make it do that aberration when I want, but I can check the naming scheme in the text area from different kinds of uploads.

    Method 1: Click Upload a File, then click Insert every Thumbnail.
    BerkheyaPurpurea_20150626_UBCBG_Cutler_P1200357.JPG HaplocarphaScaposa_20150626_UBCBG_Cutler_P1200364.JPG

    Edited: Method 1 result looks fine. The mouseover and corner url display names both are the same as my photo names. That is not the case in AlainK's posting at Autumn 2015 pics | UBC Botanical Garden Forums, where the instream names are some temp_hash name.
     
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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    Method 2: Click Upload a File, then drag the uploaded photos to the instream location where I want them, one by one.
    119581-7e3f67830522dc2f4d7b5d6db7e57596.jpg 119582-d93429c5818ec7a7938b1813f4c0bdb2.jpg

    Ooh, I have the aberration I want! And this time, the instream names have the temp_hash name.
     

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    wcutler Renowned Contributor Forums Moderator VCBF Cherry Scout 10 Years

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    The thing is, in the Plants ID posting with spleenwort in the name, it's the instream photos that have the right photo name and the thumbs that have a different name.
    OK, Method 3: drag the photos in from a File Explorer window. Well, they don't end up here automatically, so I will drag them up here, since that's what is shown on the video I'm using for documentation right now.

    119585-7e3f67830522dc2f4d7b5d6db7e57596.jpg 119586-d93429c5818ec7a7938b1813f4c0bdb2.jpg

    Well, this is the same result as I got previously.
     

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