In Firefox I can see the image on a post but not on the responses.
In Chrome I at least get a little icon showing that there is an image to view:
Is there a fix for this in Firefox?
I'm seeing the same two screen shots in both Chrome and Firefox. What I don't see in Firefox is that small graphic you highlighted, but that seems to be an incorrectly pasted image, in other words, there is no image there to view, but an attempt to place it was made. When I click on it in Chrome, it's just a blank panel. Since it's blank, I suspect that is why Firefox doesn't show it.
Can you edit that post and attempt to upload the image again, please?
One more update: that blue icon you see in the Chrome window, that is an indication of a timeout error when attempting an image upload. For some reason, Firefox does not have the same icon, but the results are clearly shown, there is no image displayed.
On the Reply, click MORE, then Edit. The text box will then be available for edit, try to paste the image in the box.
If you are unable to do this, click Reply to that same Reply you posted, upload the image into the new Reply box.
Thanks. I'd swear I just tried that and edit wasn't there! Now when I edit I see the 'image link' that you do:
I dragged a .png file in again and hit reply. The image shows properly in the email that gets sent to me, so it seems to be an issue with recalling it from the website afterwards.
If I edit again I can see the original broken link and the new image.
Another clue. When I edit a previous response I can select the 'broken link' icon and select 'convert to link'. When I do that and then attempt to load the link into Firefox I see "The Image <link name> cannot be displayed because it contains errors". Here's the link:
When I attempt to open this link in Chrome it doesn't show anything.
I just looked at the thread again in Firefox, and I DO see the 'scope shot. It also shows you edited this Sep 29, so perhaps when you did that it uploaded the image. Be sure to clear Firefox browser cache and cookies, see what you can view after that:
p.s. and in fact the link you sent for the image, I clicked on it, at first nothing, but about 20seconds later, the image did appear: