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    Well done Chalky mate ,, green sent ! good lad all the best ,, watching with interest .


    BTW if you get fed up with the TD picture thing , if you get a Photobucket account you can upload to there then just copy and paste em into the little yellow box on your thread ,, after removing the hhtp thing ok ? hope that helps a bit
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    He is using Photobucket Nige, and the reason he is getting those IMG things each side of his pics is because he IS posting in that yellow box. He just needs to paste straight into the reply box. You would too Nige if you copied the right link




    Good stuff anyway Chalky, thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Well done Chalky mate ,, green sent ! good lad all the best ,, watching with interest .


    BTW if you get fed up with the TD picture thing , if you get a Photobucket account you can upload to there then just copy and paste em into the little yellow box on your thread ,, after removing the hhtp thing ok ? hope that helps a bit
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    Nice one Chalky good to see the pics mate , and looks like a good build going on there, Dont want to hijack your thread but heres a bit of info on photobucket ive recently gleaned , The Biggest Problem ( there are many)with the new version of photobucket is the new bandwidth restrictions theyve placed on all accounts.
    They want you to pony up to upgrade to a pro account,But even the pro accounts have restrictions dependant on how much you pay.They have stuffed it right up i reckon , considering how many other Free photo hosting sites there are
    Just be aware if you dont have a paid account you are going to run into bandwidth restrictions sooner or later, it shits me because i liked how easy it was to upload and download with photobucket, might have to try another site, Rant over, Crack on Chalky

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Nice one Chalky good to see the pics mate , and looks like a good build going on there, Dont want to hijack your thread but heres a bit of info on photobucket ive recently gleaned , The Biggest Problem ( there are many)with the new version of photobucket is the new bandwidth restrictions theyve placed on all accounts.
    They want you to pony up to upgrade to a pro account,But even the pro accounts have restrictions dependant on how much you pay.They have stuffed it right up i reckon , considering how many other Free photo hosting sites there are
    Just be aware if you dont have a paid account you are going to run into bandwidth restrictions sooner or later, it shits me because i liked how easy it was to upload and download with photobucket, might have to try another site, Rant over, Crack on Chalky
    Not sure exactly what you're on about but I did notice that it was slow and sometimes it didn't load - bummer. Tansfering all the photos would take a while. Then that new site will go the same way. Can you recommend any?
    Photobucket is good as I can take a photo with my phone and it can go there instantly.

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    i only recently got my head around photobucket, but i will be trying out picasa ,smugmug, imageshack , and imgur soon , hope at least one of thems easy to use, Let you know how i get on or perhaps another poster has the good oil on photo sites?

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    For what it's worth, all my house pics are on photobucket. I don't recall having any real issues.
    Yes, occasionally, when overseas, a picture may not upload and I have to do it again.

    My biggest problem is that sometimes I'll forget to designate the folder, to upload to, before picking the pictures to upload. So then I have to spend a little time moving the pics from the general upload area back over to my house folder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    i only recently got my head around photobucket, but i will be trying out picasa ,smugmug, imageshack , and imgur soon , hope at least one of thems easy to use, Let you know how i get on or perhaps another poster has the good oil on photo sites?
    Might give Dropbox a shot

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    Imgur is good, and easy to use, but they hit you up for a,few buck a month after 250 pics (2.99) or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChalkyDee View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by nigelandjan View Post
    Well done Chalky mate ,, green sent ! good lad all the best ,, watching with interest .


    BTW if you get fed up with the TD picture thing , if you get a Photo bucket account you can upload to there then just copy and paste em into the little yellow box on your thread ,, after removing the hhtp thing ok ? hope that helps a bit
    I sussed it out using PB. Cheers.

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    When using Photobuckets IMG codes you don't have to click on the photo box above,you just copy and paste the code straight onto your post.Your clicking on the Photo box above and entering the photobucket code into it,that's why you're get [ img ] code either side of your photos.
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    I just got this in the mail, does anyone know anything about it?

    Dear Customer,

    This is a friendly reminder that on 18 June, 2013, we will move the current Photoshop.com storage and sharing services to a new home - Adobe® Revel™.

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    We are committed to supporting you throughout this transition to a new technology – Adobe Revel. Currently, Revel gives you more access to your photos than ever before – on the web, iPhone, iPad and Mac. And this is just the beginning – we are planning to support additional platforms, as well as, popular file formats beyond JPEG and video. We are committed to delivering frequent Revel updates and to continually pushing the envelope to create the best experience for reliving your memories wherever you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99 View Post
    Imgur is good, and easy to use, but they hit you up for a,few buck a month after 250 pics (2.99) or something...
    Actually, if I'm not mistaken, many of the larger image hosting sites are quite limiting and controlling.....eventually, having to cough up for extras and whatnot.

    Free is used lightly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koojo View Post
    I just got this in the mail, does anyone know anything about it?

    Dear Customer,

    This is a friendly reminder that on 18 June, 2013, we will move the current Photoshop.com storage and sharing services to a new home - Adobe® Revel™.

    It's easy – we just need you to do a few things:

    • Please confirm that you'd like us to move your JPEG photos to Adobe Revel.
    • If your library contains file formats other than JPEG photos, please be sure to download your complete Photoshop.com library before 18 June, 2013, as Revel doesn't yet support the following file types – any video, PSD, RAW, ACR, PNG, TIFF. Archive now.
    • If you choose not to have us move your photos, please be sure to download your complete library before 18 June, 2013. Archive now.
    We are committed to supporting you throughout this transition to a new technology – Adobe Revel. Currently, Revel gives you more access to your photos than ever before – on the web, iPhone, iPad and Mac. And this is just the beginning – we are planning to support additional platforms, as well as, popular file formats beyond JPEG and video. We are committed to delivering frequent Revel updates and to continually pushing the envelope to create the best experience for reliving your memories wherever you are.

    Questions?
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    Thank you for your patience during the move.

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