Drag-and-drop
 
 
Drag-drop of files onto the attachment pane
 
You can drag-drop one or more files directly onto the attachment pane (from the Windows Explorer or another file manager such as Total Commander). This will result in the files being imported into the database as attachments, just in the same way as if you had used Menu: Attachments⁄insert.
 
 
Drag-drop of a folder onto the attachment pane
 
If you drag-drop a folder onto the attachment pane (from the Windows Explorer or another file manager) the following dialog will appear:
 
 
 
If you want to insert the files inside all contained sub-directories (recursively), you need to enable the option 'Recurse folders'. Otherwise only the files in the selected folder⁄directory will be inserted (and none of the files inside any of the contained subdirectories).
 
 
Rearrange attachments by drag-drop
 
You can order the list of files in the attachment pane through drag-drop. If you want to order the items alphabetically, you might want to use Menu: Attachments⁄Sort alphabetically instead.
 
 
Drag-drop of files onto the article
 
When you drag-drop one or more files directly onto the article itself (from the Windows Explorer or another file manager), you will see the following dialog:
 
 
 
If you select the option 'Import selected files into article' any images will be inserted into the article itself, but any other type of file will be imported as attachment. For instance, if you drag-drop a number of zip files, doc files, and pdf files onto the article, these will be imported as attachments when 'Import selected files into the article' is selected.
Please note that the attachment pane does not need to be open for this to work.
 
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