File Section Updated #BiaBFiles

Clifton Davis

I'm not sure who we should be thanking, but this was a lot of work on someone's part.  Thank you!

On Dec 5, 2019 9:59 AM, "BIAB Moderator via Groups.Io" <> wrote:
We have merged the three Yahoo BiaB groups into this group and have now updated the file section. It includes all the existing BiaB files that were on the three Yahoo groups and where possible we have removed references to Yahoo and Yahoo links. We are in the process of updating and reorganising all the archives.

You can find the files under: Files>02. BIAB Zip File Archive

To contribute files please upload them to a folder you create in: Files>01. BIAB New Files

How to Do It: 

  1. Select "Files" on the left-side menu, then click on "01. BIAB New Files" Delete
  2. Click on "New Folder" and create a folder to put your files in, you can create a folder and sub-folders etc.,
  3. Click on the blue "Upload File" button at the top of the page.
  4. In the resulting Upload File dialog, click the Browse button.
  5. Select as many files as you want from the resulting File Explorer "Open" window. In Windows, you can do this by clicking and dragging with the mouse, or hold down the CTRL key while clicking on several files.  If there are several contiguous files, select the first, hold Shift, and select the last.  CTRL-A will also work to select all the files, but you have to click somewhere in the "Open" box first.
  6. When you're done making your selections, click the Open button at the bottom.
  7. The files you selected should now appear as thumbnails in the Upload dialog. Some of these thumbnails may not render properly, and could even display an error message. Don't worry about this, it's not important
  8. Enter a description if you want and click the blue Add button to actually upload them.

Note:  You may have noticed that if you select a folder, the folder will not appear among the thumbnails in the Upload dialog. There is no provision within to upload a folder and its contents in one step. You have to manually create the directory structure within first, using a series of "New Folder" operations. At that point you can then upload a collection of files into each folder.

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