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By SLSS
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Just testing

It's you Yard.
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By Bruiser
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Red, Thanks for the tutorial. I resized a bunch of crappy photos, but each time I try your method I get an error that tells me the file is much larger than it actually is. Every time. I'll put them on a flash drive and try another computer when I have another hour to kill!
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By yard4sale
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Bruiser wrote: Tue Aug 22, 2017 4:34 pm Red, Thanks for the tutorial. I resized a bunch of crappy photos, but each time I try your method I get an error that tells me the file is much larger than it actually is. Every time. I'll put them on a flash drive and try another computer when I have another hour to kill!
Ha! It isn't just me. I get the same deal bruiser.

And Rick is just a show off.
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By Upsetter
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If it's really important to them, they'll fix it. Just stop posting photos and just post literary content. Like AJ. I give it a try most every Friday, then most every Friday I'm told my prick's [sic] too big. That IS what she said.
#680272
It works for me

And my Photobucket account still hosts 3rd party.

For now.



Just wAit though.
They will realize that their extortion doesn't work.
They need to find a reasonable price structure and they will be okay. If they keep being selfish greedy bastards they will be replaced.
#680439
nah, fuck it all

I can post one shitty photo, as an attachment, then it fucks up
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^^ with some shitty data that won't get t'ae fuck


but trying to put a tr together is just too much like hard work, life's too short

see you fellas, have fun on mugbook if that's your bag


edit: google images help page can offer some, err, help

Photos Resources‎ > ‎Photos & Picasa FAQ‎ > ‎Google Photos‎ > ‎How to‎ > ‎
How to get a direct link to an image (of a specific size)
To share a picture in a forum, blog,... often you need a direct link to the jpg so it would be shown embedded in a post.

Using the following steps you can get a direct link... but mind, this procedure isn't documented by Google, so even though it is not likely, the behavior could change in the future:

yeh, righty ho, we know a song about that


Go to the image you want a direct link to on photos.google.com
Right-click the image and choose:
in Chrome: "Copy image URL"
in Internet Explorer: "Copy"
in Firefox: "Copy image location"
Now you can use "Paste" to put the link wherever you like. This is an example of such a link:
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/86arO ... 27-h711-no
(Optional) If for any reason you would like to have a shorter link to use, you can always use any url shortener on it, eg. https://goo.gl/, https://bitly.com/,...
(Optional) Some sites want to explicitly have an image extension at the end of the URL, you can try adding either -tmp.jpg or ?.jpg at the end:
-tmp.jpg:
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/86arO ... no-tmp.jpg
?.jpg
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/86arO ... 11-no?.jpg
An image of a specific size

If you want to get an image of a specific size, you can edit the link above as explained here.






There are different parameters you can use to get different effects, but none are documented by Google, so the behavior could change or disappear at any moment.

^^Love this line, I'm getting too old for this shit so shoot me

You can always change the number(s) used in the parameters explained below with any other number to get a different size. If you request a size larger than the "physical" size uploaded to Picasa Web Albums, the physical size of the image will be returned (example, if you request the image in 200 pixels wide, and you ask for 300 pixels, only an image of 200 pixels will be returned).

These are the "known" parameters by the Picasa TCs... If you know of any other, please post your finding on the picasa support forum:
"s400": this gets the image with width or height (whichever is larger in the original image) resampled to 400 pixels. The other dimension will be 400 as well in case of a square images, otherwise it will be proportionally smaller.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 400 x 167 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... 3vbtw=s400
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 234 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... sumOg=s400
"w400": this gets the image resampled so the width is always 400 pixels.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 400 x 167 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... 3vbtw=w400
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 400 x 685 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... sumOg=w400
"h400": this gets the image resampled so the height is always 400 pixels.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 960 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... 3vbtw=h400
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 234 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... sumOg=h400
"w800-h400": this gets the image resampled in such a way so the width will be maximum 800 pixels and the height will be maximum 400 pixels. So one of the dimensions will be the exact size specified, the other dimension will be the size specified or smaller.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 800 x 334 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... =w800-h400
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 234 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... =w800-h400
"...-c", eg: "w800-h400-c": this gets the image so it is exactly this size. The source image is first resampled so the image is fitting for the limiting dimension, then the other dimension is cropped so the image is the exact size asked. When cropping, it is just the centre of the picture that is kept.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 800 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... 800-h400-c
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 800 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... 800-h400-c
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Du5s ... stitch.jpg
"...-p", eg: "w800-h400-p": this gets the image so it is exactly this size. The source image is first resampled so the image is fitting for the limiting dimension, then the other dimension is cropped so the image is the exact size asked. When cropping, some algorythm searches the most interesting part of the image, so the result of the cropping doesn't always keep the center of the picture.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 800 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... 800-h400-p
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 800 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... 800-h400-p
"s0", "w0", "h0", "w0-h0": this will get the image in it's original size, without any resampling nor cropping.
Eg.:
landscape image (original: 2048 x 854 pixels, result: 800 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/sZl-o ... QZ3vbtw=s0
portrait image (original : 1196 x 2048 pixels, result 800 x 400 pixels):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/9XANu ... ZCsumOg=s0
"...-no", eg: "w800-h400-no": this gives a slightly bigger image as a result (for the image I looked into), haven't found out yet what the exact impact is.
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By fatman
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jfc

I download pics from my camera to (gasp) the "Pictures" folder on my 'puter.

when I want to show you fukkers something, I click on the "Attachments" tag (see below)
and hit "Add files"....which takes me directly to - you guessed it! my "Pictures" file!

I click on the photo that I want you asshats to see, and I get a little message (below) that says
"Place inline". Click on that, and it magically appears in the box I'm typin' in...
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if I can figure this shit out, you mental midgets should have no problem.

make with the TR's fuckos :smile
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By LA Fly Guy
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I've been using imgur since the Photosuckit debaucle. Photosuckit can suck it.
#680463
Fats,

like I said, attachments are ok for one photo or another, [ along with the unwanted exif crap, as you have demonstrated]

was lurking on the suk for three years before I plucked up the courage to post an intro

this place was the foremost fly fishing forum on earth, and was made to feel welcome

my first tr from orkney was posted contemporaneously, for the most part, off a shitty laptop using photoshitbags

I might be an uneducated, snaggly-toothed, limey, commie, fuck-wit, who can't tie my laces, but suggestions as to 3rd party hosting my shitty pics would be appreciated

thanks

and kisses
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