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nope still cant do it need more training


October 26th, 2010, 8:47 pm
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Rhythm Thief wrote:
Nice one. Although what I was really after was how to pull photos off Leboncoin, Ebay etc. without having to go through the ball ache of saving the photo, uploading it and cluttering up my Photobucket account with it. Is there a way to do this or am I stuck with Photobucket?


Right click on the photo and choose "save picture as"


October 26th, 2010, 8:52 pm
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the thing i demonstrated, is if that is not possible, some pictures are simply not possible to do that, for what ever reason, and print screening it can be a faf..

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twofifty AZU wrote:
Rhythm Thief wrote:
Nice one. Although what I was really after was how to pull photos off Leboncoin, Ebay etc. without having to go through the ball ache of saving the photo, uploading it and cluttering up my Photobucket account with it. Is there a way to do this or am I stuck with Photobucket?


Right click on the photo and choose "save picture as"


That's what I used to do. Then I'd have it in my Pictures folder, then I'd open up my Photobucket account, then I'd upload the picture there, then I'd copy the IMG code, then I'd close Photobucket and open I2F, then (finally!) I'd post the picture of the car I'd found on Leboncoin. And taht's assuming I hadn't forgotten my Photobucket password. You can see why I was beginning to think it was all a bit too much work. :)
Now I right click, go to "Properties" and copy and paste the web address. Much much simpler.

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Ebay make it tricky to simply copy and paste a pic... but here's what you can do: find and download a piece of free software called Printkey http://www.webtree.ca/newlife/printkey_info.htm
then get to know the software by messing about with it. You can use it to create entire screen grabs, or isolate individual items and copy/paste them or save them as gifs, jpegs etc. It's dead simple and very useful.


Even easier, if you use Firefox, install this add-in. :- https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/13802/

Then just click on the "Enlarge" button that'll appear by the pics, and you get a pop-up with all the pics in it, which you can now right-click, "copy image location". If you go to a foreign eBay site, and the button doesn't appear, just change the URL to "www.ebay.co.uk" instead of whichever national ebay it is - the item numbers are global.

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November 22nd, 2010, 9:33 pm
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Hardy - which method did you use for that please?
If it's easier than what I've been doing (Image Shack) I'll give it a go: it looks to me as though it's the same as Viking's method ...
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Hi guys just testing to see if I can upload pictures.


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Photobucket doesn't work anymore, if user doesn't pay, they said reasonable price, to have ability to link photos to forums. I'm not sure that $399/year is reasonable for most of the users...


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There is a free version of Photobucket WITH adverts which will drive you to go elsewhere or pay:(
Flickr is worth a try.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/152070282@N02/


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