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Tom S.
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USA
608 Posts

Posted - Jul 18 2017 :  07:16:33  Show Profile Send Tom S. a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Zero333

My PhotoPucket still working, just ads driving me nuts !!!

I like my pistol. 4.6 lb crisp factory trigger.





No it's not working all that is showing is the "Update your account" message.

Calibers I reload: 500 S&W, 45ACP, 44Mag, 40 S&W, .357Mag, .357 Sig, 9mm 30.06 & 308 Presses: RCBS Jr, Lee Turret, Dillon 650XL
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Zero333
Advanced Member



Canada
774 Posts

Posted - Jul 18 2017 :  16:07:13  Show Profile Send Zero333 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Tom S.

quote:
Originally posted by Zero333

My PhotoPucket still working, just ads driving me nuts !!!

I like my pistol. 4.6 lb crisp factory trigger.





No it's not working all that is showing is the "Update your account" message.



Well I'll be damned !
It worked yesterday.
this is Pucking crappy.

Treat that trigger like itís your first date, not like youíve been married to it for 20 years.
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WonderMan4
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USA
2817 Posts

Posted - Jul 19 2017 :  08:35:38  Show Profile Send WonderMan4 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I received this in an email late last night.

WE NOTICED THAT YOU HAVE BEEN USING
PHOTOBUCKET FOR 3RD PARTY HOSTING*

PLEASE UPGRADE TO A PLUS 500 PLAN.

Our Terms of Service does not allow 3rd party hosting with your current account level.
UPGRADE NOW




________________________________________
*What is 3rd Party Hosting?
Photobucket defines 3rd party hosting as the action of embedding an image or photo onto another website. For example, using the <img> tag to embed or display a JPEG image from your Photobucket account on another website such as a forum, Etsy, eBay auction listings, a blog, etc. is definitively 3rd party hosting.
Why Photobucket?
Photobucket is the global destination for linking and 3rd party hosting. In Photobucketís 14-year history, the Company amassed over 100 million registered users, over 15 billion images stored, 2 million daily uploads and 10 billion photos accessed monthly.
Easy to Use Ė Upload a photo from any device and copy the embed code with one click to host a photo with no development or technical knowledge required
Competitive, fixed pricing Offers the only unlimited 3rd party hosting plan (Commercial and Personal Use)
Are my pictures still safe?
Yes! All your photos are still available by logging into your Photobucket Account. Photobucket has only restricted the ability to view your photos on 3rd party sites.
Can I download my Photos?
Absolutely, at any time. It is an easy four step process:
Step 1. Login to your Photobucket Account
Step 2. Navigate to your library page
Step 3. View a photo and click the download button
Step 4. The picture will be saved to your computer

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photobucket | for the love of photos.

To manage your notification settings, click here.
If you no longer wish to receive emails from Photobucket, simply unsubscribe.
Photobucket respects your privacy. For our complete privacy policy, please click here
#9400; 2017 Photobucket.com
All rights reserved. PO Box 13003, Denver, CO 80201

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Land_Owner
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USA
115 Posts

Posted - Jul 19 2017 :  15:48:51  Show Profile  Visit Land_Owner's Homepage Send Land_Owner a Private Message  Reply with Quote
For simplicity, I use http://postimages.org/ which requires a registration prior to use. They went through the "Contribution or Die" phase about 6-12 months ago. They resurrected themselves without advertising or fee to users. Should they reconsider some day, I will seek on-line image residence elsewhere. Some forums allow direct input from my PC to their site, allowing ME to share, keep and maintain my own photos and images.

If it was easy, anybody could do it!

Edited by - Land_Owner on Jul 19 2017 15:51:09
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Zero333
Advanced Member



Canada
774 Posts

Posted - Jul 19 2017 :  16:13:04  Show Profile Send Zero333 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Land_Owner

For simplicity, I use http://postimages.org/ which requires a registration prior to use. They went through the "Contribution or Die" phase about 6-12 months ago. They resurrected themselves without advertising or fee to users. Should they reconsider some day, I will seek on-line image residence elsewhere. Some forums allow direct input from my PC to their site, allowing ME to share, keep and maintain my own photos and images.



Thanks land Owner !

Treat that trigger like itís your first date, not like youíve been married to it for 20 years.
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herbeapuce
Average Member

Canada
181 Posts

Posted - Jul 21 2017 :  17:13:47  Show Profile Send herbeapuce a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I saw a tuto for postimage.org where they stated the images will be hosted for 90 days. the tuto was a few years old thought. I just tested it and it works fine, but the images could be gone in 90 days if what I heard is right...
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Land_Owner
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USA
115 Posts

Posted - Jul 27 2017 :  14:35:45  Show Profile  Visit Land_Owner's Homepage Send Land_Owner a Private Message  Reply with Quote
My images have been hosted there [postimage.org], through simple registration, without fee, without advertising, and without threat of discard for well over three years.


If it was easy, anybody could do it!

Edited by - Land_Owner on Jul 27 2017 14:37:15
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herbeapuce
Average Member

Canada
181 Posts

Posted - Jul 29 2017 :  19:25:01  Show Profile Send herbeapuce a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Land_Owner

My images have been hosted there [postimage.org], through simple registration, without fee, without advertising, and without threat of discard for well over three years.



Thank you for clarifying this point.
Then it shall be my new photo hosting website....
happy shooting
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