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Photobucket

Postby TrevorB » Fri 17.02.2017, 17:33

I've found Photobucket to be very slow and painful to use for the uploading of photos to LEC.

Does anyone else use any other photo loading media :?:

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Re: Photobucket

Postby Jamie N » Fri 17.02.2017, 19:07

Photobucket is a disaster nowadays, folk have deserted it in their droves because of the Ads and holding you on the page.

Imgur http://imgur.com/ is pretty good, very fast upload and doesn't freeze your computer like Photobucket, highly recommended .
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Re: Photobucket

Postby Rambo » Fri 17.02.2017, 22:58

I just upload photos direct from my hard drive

Super fast, no adverts or anyone trying to sell me something I don't want
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Re: Photobucket

Postby Jamie N » Sat 18.02.2017, 10:07

Rambo wrote:I just upload photos direct from my hard drive

Super fast, no adverts or anyone trying to sell me something I don't want


How do you do that Mark?, I can only see an image upload option that requires a URL :? .
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Re: Photobucket

Postby lotusflasherman » Sat 18.02.2017, 13:56

below the text panel is a tab "Upload attachment", then you get "Choose file". Pictures can only be 1024 pixels wide so I have to make smaller low res versions for posting.
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