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Using Photobucket to Add Photos

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davr101

03-15-2008 10:09:15




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I'm having trouble adding photos using the Photobucket program. I did it in the past, but I keep getting error messsages when I place the link in the Image URL. It says I am pointing to an album and not an image. Anyone have a suggestion or two? Thanks.

Dave




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Rod (NH)

03-15-2008 13:44:12




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 10:09:15  
Dave,

When you have a photo displayed in Photobucket, click on the "Direct Link" item in the links shown below the photo as shown here:

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This will put the image URL on your clipboard - at least it does with XP.

Then go to compose your message to post. Below the message box, there are several blanks spaces. Insert your cursor into the space titled "Optional Image URL". Then hit ctrl-V to paste the inage url in the space.

Then proceed to post your message. In the preview, you should see your image show up directly in your post prior to hitting the final submit button.

Rod

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davr101

03-15-2008 14:00:04




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to Rod (NH), 03-15-2008 13:44:12  
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Rod, that worked like a charm. Thanks.

Dave



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Rod (NH)

03-15-2008 14:33:33




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 14:00:04  
All is well here. We've had quite a bit of snow so far this season. Got another 6 inches last night. Here's my driveway this morning:
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There have been a number of roof collapses in the state this year due to heavy snow weight. I have two low sloping roofs - one porch and another over the kitchen area. The roof rake has seen a LOT of use so far and it's not over yet! It's possible that NH could set an all time snow record this season, depending on what happens during the next month or so. We're only a foot away from the 1873-74 record. We could get that in a single storm any time through April.

Glad the instructions worked out for you. There is more than one way to do it, but I think that was the easiest.

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davr101

03-15-2008 14:50:21




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to Rod (NH), 03-15-2008 14:33:33  
Wow!!! I think I'll quit complaining because we got snow for the second year in a row. I'll bet you'll be very happy to see spring arrive. Do you have the snow plow on the B or the Oliver? Take care and stay warm.

P.S. I've seen that silver vs orange rear wheel issue come up from time to time. I'm still a believer in orange wheels.

Dave



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El Toro

03-15-2008 18:35:48




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 14:50:21  
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I see you know how to post your pictures. Hal



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Rod (NH)

03-15-2008 15:59:34




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 14:50:21  
Yeah, I'm ready for spring all right.

Oliver:
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I basically put the B up for the winter. It's not big enough or heavy enough to deal with serious snow on a half-mile driveway. My primary plow vehicle is a Chev one ton dump with 8ft Fischer blade but for pushing the banks back or dealing with a foot of fresh wet snow, nothing beats the V-plow on the Oliver.

I was at a local show last summer and ran into a guy who had lots of pictures or "restored" Bs and Cs. They all had silver rear rims. He seemed to know quite a bit about Bs so I asked him about orange rears. He told me empatically that ALL Bs were supplied from the factory with galvanized rears and none had orange ones. Well, that and a buck will get you a cup of coffee - maybe. I've seen far to much evidence to the contrary to believe there were no original orange ones. Besides, I happen to prefer the look of orange rears to silver (or galv) anyway.

I thought Oregon had lots of snow. You must not be in the mountain areas. I remember driving through Oregon about 35 years ago. South to North on I5. Visited Crater Lake Nat'l Pk. Nice area.

My neighbor has just started the maple syrup season. It's about two or three weeks later than it has been in recent years. He has about 500 taps, a few of which are on my property. They are all tied together with plastic tubing, with the sap flowing by gravity to several "pick-up" points. This year there is enough snow in the woods that prevented access to all his normal pick-up points. He is therefore about 100 taps shy of "normal". I helped him boil down a couple hundred gallons of sap yesterday - feeding wood to "big bertha" firebox:
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Rod

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davr101

03-15-2008 17:52:57




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to Rod (NH), 03-15-2008 15:59:34  
Rod, we live in the Rogue Valley in Southern Oregon. Our exit is on I-5 only 48 miles from the California border. Our valley is between the Siskiyou and Cascade mountain ranges, about a 2 hour drive from Crater Lake. We are just high enough (about 1000 ft above sea level) to get some snow. We only had about six inches on the ground this year. The surrounding mountains like Mt. McLaughlin and Mt. Ashland get plenty of snow, as does much of Oregon. If you are ever inclined to take another trip through Oregon, you would be more than welcome to come by our place for a visit.

That old Oliver sure pulls its weight around your place, doesn't it? I know your B is also a well-used tractor. I love seeing that old iron working.

I don't care if the rear rims on my B are supposed to be silver (and I'm not sure they are)...I didn't like the look one bit.

My Allis B and my JD H will be in a parade in Merlin, Oregon on Easter Sunday. That's only about twenty miles from home. The JD M I'm working on won't be ready for about another month, but will be done in time for all the bigger events this year, like Pottsville.

I hope you start warming up soon so you can enjoy the real beauty of your state.

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Rod (NH)

03-16-2008 10:29:43




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 17:52:57  
Dave,

Thanks for the offer and I'd definitely take you up on it - but it's not likely I'll get out west again. I'm not normally the traveling type. Yup, the Oliver definitely pulls its weight.

Rod



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davr101

03-15-2008 13:51:46




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to Rod (NH), 03-15-2008 13:44:12  
Thanks, Rod. I haven't talked to you in a long time. I hope all is well in beautiful New Hampshire. I'll try posting a picture with your instructions.

Dave



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Chris in MO

03-15-2008 12:13:19




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 10:09:15  
I cannot speak for Photobucket. I have been using flikr.com. I am not all that up on computers, so I was having a similar problem with posting photos. I went to flikr's help menu and looked through their FAQs. They had a listing for "How to get the URL of a photo." It walked me right through the proceedure and it worked like a charm.

Perhaps you could search through Photobucket for a similar thing.

Hope it helps.

Christopher

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davr101

03-15-2008 13:20:03




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to Chris in MO, 03-15-2008 12:13:19  
Thanks. I'll give it a try.



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Lanse

03-15-2008 11:14:47




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 Re: Using Photobucket to Add Photos in reply to davr101, 03-15-2008 10:09:15  
use this site. Its wha i do



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