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Old 03-09-13, 09:02 PM   #26
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...why do they have to make things so friggin COMPLICATED!?
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...why do they have to make things so friggin COMPLICATED!?
It's features. People want features. - Like cell phones with a zillion apps.
(I'd be happier with A DIAL)
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As little as three years ago, I LOVED it. Now they seem only driven to satisfy the facebook/twitter/tumblr/etc... crowd I loved when they had a thumbnail of each photo, with the links underneath, then it went to pulldowns, which really messed with my older laptop at the time. Back then it was an image storage site, which is what it was originally supposed to be.,,,,BD
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This is what happens when I try to link from flckr:

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This is what happens when I try to link from flckr:

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I copy and paste from the image size that I want to post then use the [IMG] tags. I go to my photo in Flickr, click on it, then click on "view all sizes" (upper right) chose the size I want, click on it, then right click on the picture to get the code to put into the post.

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The video that plays during the photobucket upload will freeze my upload 90% of the time, especially if it's larger than 2mb.

I still have the one click copy function. The uploader pisses me off because it defaults to the Library, even if you're in an album. I miss the thumbnails with the link code directly under it.
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Here is my try...


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I've heard of re-sizing, but it shrunk the bike, too.
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I've heard of re-sizing, but it shrunk the bike, too.
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>>SNIP>> Now they seem only driven to satisfy the facebook/twitter/tumblr/etc... >>SNIP >>Back then it was an image storage site, which is what it was originally supposed to be.,,,,BD
Exactly my feeling and I don't give a damn about F/B,Tumblr blah blah. PB was not perfect, but then they decided to make less perfect than not perfect. How did they manage to make it glacially slower!? DUH!!
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