Guest Post by Richard
For those having issues with the new Flash-based image uploader introduced with the upgraded WordPress.com dashboard, WordPress has now given you a non-Flash based option. When you click on “Add an Image” in the editor, you will see a line of text below the “choose files to upload” button. When you click on the “browser uploader” link in that line of text, you are taken back to the old-style browser-based uploader that was used prior to the upgrade where you can upload one image at a time.
Click on the “browse” button, find the file you wish to upload, and select it, then click on the “upload” button. When the upload is finished, the window will refresh and you can then select the files size you wish to insert into your post, add a description, and choose whether to link the image to a URL, just as with the Flash-based uploader. When you have made your selections, click the “insert into post” button and you are done.