Thanks — always good to see someone else’s workflow, and a video is far better than text.
(First of all, I didn’t know about dragging that barely visible horizontal bar up to increase the height of the post writing area. Very cool. I’ve always been a strong proponent of watching other people work — even people who are much more junior to you or inexperienced in the language or environment — because of how frequently you learn new features, techniques, even keybindings :-). It would be great if lots of people made lots of videos showing their workflow and actions while they are developing software or using a complex interactive web site.)
Mostly what you showed is what I have been doing, including editing the generated post title. What’s different is that when I have started to write a post, then upload to a new post, the forum asks me if I want to abandon my existing post. So, I do it the other way around — before uploading, I copy all of the text I’ve written for my new post, upload, say yes to the “Abandon” prompt, and paste my text back into the new post. This isn’t terrible, but if I forget to copy the text before uploading, I have to cancel the new post, go back and copy my text, and repeat the upload. I can only imagine how much orphaned stuff I’ve uploaded to the site.
(I’ll also mention here that the inconsistency between what happens when you say “both” and just choose 1 and click New Post bothers me. Why should clicking “both” immediately create a new post, but clicking just one of the two choices leaves you to create the post yourself? To give you a chance to add the other choice before the new post? What about changing your mind and removing one after selecting “both”. Anyway, what I really want is for the upload to go into a post currently being edited if there is one and a new post otherwise, but that doesn’t seem feasible;)