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Old Jun 25, 2011, 7:55 PM   #1
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I use Photobucket to post my pic's but am at a loss as to how to post multiple shots, My method is, P bucket to clipboard, then to desired site, problem is the clipboard only recognises the last entry, any one know how to overcome this?
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Old Jun 25, 2011, 11:49 PM   #2
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If you use a browser with tabs, it is pretty easy to switch between tabs, and copy and paste one at a time. I think. It's late and I'm not at my best right now.

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I sometimes copy and paste the photobucket links into Notepad. After I got them all, I would select all in Notepad and then copy and paste into the forum message. Handy, if I'm posting the same pics on different forums and sites.
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I've done a couple of times within the edit part of photobucket.

Have you noticed your photo's loose some sharpness and saturation in photobucket? I'm never happy how photobucket reprosses my finely processed photo's.
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Old Jun 26, 2011, 1:23 PM   #5
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You may alawys "shift-click" on multiple files to be uploaded.
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I've done a couple of times within the edit part of photobucket.

Have you noticed your photo's loose some sharpness and saturation in photobucket? I'm never happy how photobucket reprosses my finely processed photo's.
I have no idea about modifying the sharpness without your consent.

But the resolution of any upload images is limited somehow to VGA (640x480).
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Nothing seems to work, forget it.
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