As far as I can tell, you can only create an attachment to a bug by dragging and drop. That's mildly annoying for someone who usually uses ls as a file manager :)
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|Resolved||Qgil||T174 Launch Wikimedia Phabricator Day 1|
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|Duplicate||Aklapper||T92 uploading attachments requires drag-n-drop which is kind of annoying|
Nemo_bis wrote on 2014-04-17 19:31:32 (UTC)
At least in a new comment: Action > Upload file > Choose file > etc
I hadn't even noticed "Action". Why is it under "Weigh In" and not at top, it looks like a modifier of the comment text area.
qgil wrote on 2014-04-18 17:41:42 (UTC)
Testing an upload here. "You can't add an empty comment" indeed. Perhaps this is not a bad idea, since it forces you to describe what you are uploading (or you can type a dot).
PS: indeed, no idea what happened to the attachment.
qgil wrote on 2014-04-18 19:14:43 (UTC)
Uploading files via action was indeed not working upstream, and they killed it: https://secure.phabricator.com/T4655
Drag and drop is indeed the only way to bring a file to a task in a single step. Otherwise users can use http://fab.wmflabs.org/file/upload/ or http://fab.wmflabs.org/pholio/new/ , and link from comments.
qgil wrote on 2014-04-21 05:49:52 (UTC)
Drag and drop the screenshot in the exact place where you want it in your task description and you will get:
- File uploaded http://fab.wmflabs.org/file/info/PHID-FILE-wsepve6wh45gs4mwvpga/
- Image nicely inserted as clickable (expandable) thumbnail
Not annoying at all. In fact, this would be a clear improvement for a big majority of Bugzilla users, and even for you as viewer of bugs with screenshots.