Show in Submission view app multiple images uploaded to Submission

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    Asked on January 09, 2014 at 05:58 AM

    It's me again, sorry about that.

    Now that I have solved the submission problem the next thing is how to show Multiple images in a Submission View. Can't see any thing in the forum but I am sure it is there somewhere.

    See URL the top image was uploaded with one other.

    Simple question, I wonder if it will cause as much trouble for us both as the previous one. Hope Not !!! 

    I know you don't like Multiple questions but can you answer these two as well. If I type in a £ before the Price figure I get this charachter (Â) before the £ sign, see second item - Soloution? I am sure it is simple!!

    I want to do away with the link text  "Image" that is below the actual image and make the actual image itself the "Link" can this be done?

    We are nearly there and you will get peace when this is done - youll be glad about that !! 

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    Answered on January 09, 2014 at 10:00 AM

    1. I have tested our Submission View app by uploading multiple images, but as you said it does not display all the images that were uploaded it shows only one. So, it is sure the app does not have the capability to show the mulitple images that are uploaded.

    So, let me forward this request o our development team so they can consider to implement this capability to our app. We will inform you via this thread once this is implemented.

    2. Now, regarding to your second question related to the £, I was not able to reproduce the issue. So, I would recommend you to rebuild the integration, that could help.

    3.Yes it is possible to move the hyper link to the image by editing the source. Please see this video.

    I hope this helps. Please inform us if you need further assistance or kindly open a new thread for unrelated inquiries.


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    Answered on January 09, 2014 at 07:30 PM

    Q #3
    In the source code I dont have {$upload_you_pictures} or anything like it.
    Any ideas why not.
    Please see snapshots at this URL

    Q #2
    Will try an alternative. 

    Q #1
    I look forward to the implementation, seems silly to be able to upload multiples and not be able to see them. Ah well 'all things come to he who waits'!!  

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    Answered on January 09, 2014 at 07:48 PM

    Further to 

    Q#2 Found this 
    £ is 0xC2 0xA3 which is the UTF-8 encoding for £ symbol - so you're storing it as UTF-8, but presumably viewing it as Latin-1 or something other than UTF-8 
    Would it help anybody at all? I know nothing about this type of thing so please don't ask for an explanation :-( 

    I am getting it (£) it in Chrome

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    Answered on January 10, 2014 at 04:57 AM


    Use £ in the source code. This is an HTML code for £. Check this site for your reference:

    If this doesn't help, let us know here. Thanks!