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Old 04-30-2010, 02:19 PM
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Please share tips on using Paintbucket to upload pictures to this messageboard.

1. Please share a short list of tips or links with good tips on getting the graphics saved in the Free Paintbucket album uploaded. I have seen two versions of instructions but I am not getting there.

2. My tries have caused deleted error messages. After a code is generated and I copy and paste the code.

3. Should I be able to copy and paste the image code and it goes to the image on the web?

4. My image is 47kb in window’s properties.

5. I feel I’m missing simple steps toward getting the image processed and uploaded from the album to the messageboard. Such as, when I'm asked for titles and messages, is that important?

6. For some reason I feel I'm doing something wrong related to image coding.


Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 04-30-2010, 04:44 PM
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I use Village photos, Photobucket and Flicker are good too. Some servers just suck and will cause problems. I'm guessing Paintbucket is one of them.
 
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Old 04-30-2010, 09:11 PM
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Thanks for the reply.

I feel this software, as many are not too friendly until you learn the specific sequencing. I put it off at least 6 months knowing the challenges of some new software. I hope I finally get up to speed as I did on another messageboard. "Pictures Are Worth A Thousand Words"! My graphics were above the 100 kb size limits or 5 pictures. I had to accept cookies or press the alt key while loading to void the cookie matter. “With this said”, the cookie matter could be the issue here. This gives me another issue to look into, as a hot key to bypass the cookie matter.

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Old 04-30-2010, 11:29 PM
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Are you really using something called "Paintbucket" or are you actually using Photobucket? If Photobucket, you will want the image code to paste in to the message between "[img]" and "[/img]" will result in:


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Old 05-01-2010, 12:30 AM
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I feel I’m using Free paintbucket.com due to the registration and Etc.. How can I tell the difference from another site? Is there a cookie issue (as must accept or an alternative around as using my alt key while uploading)? Is it standard to accept cookies if you are uploading/sharing? I tried to find a deleted code but they are deleted. Are you saying I must put the code in a message vs copying and pasting onto the web and receiving it back?

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Ok, quit using Paintbucket. There is a reason its free. Others are free too. Go register for a free Photobucket account or a Flicker account, something that actually works.
 
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Old 05-01-2010, 10:23 AM
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1993 Explorer's rear end oil @ 115,000 miles Pic I Hope!

I'm sorry! It is Free Photobucket.com that I have my album created in. Plus, I feel I might be making some progress. My problem appears to be using the hot-keys ctrl +c or ctrl+v to copy and paste url or img.

1. Attached hopefully! Is an url address (changed by s/w) that will take you to a Pic of where I checked and examined my rear end oil at 115,000 vs having time to chance it.

2. I saw nothing to be alarmed about. What appeared as dark particles was not metal and w/n attract to a strong magnet.

3. It would have been easier to change than check if I had planned and had oil, additive if needed and sealant.

4. The plug/magnet on the mid topside of the rear end is a Monster to remove with the trucks wheels on the floor.

http://i1019.photobucket.com/albums/...air-GoodLo.jpg

http://i1019.photobucket.com/albums/...air-GoodLo.jpg

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Old 05-01-2010, 05:15 PM
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My oil sample thumbnail w/n enlarge. I will attempt to send the Pic full size using the image code.

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