Post by jerseylovinliz on Sept 5, 2012 15:21:01 GMT -5
No, I know I didn't move anything. The ONLY difference I can see is in the 'link' there are a bunch of capital letters & more numbers. The old links were much shorter. I am trying to find a Photobucket contact so I can ask them. I may try deleting the ap & re-installing.
After messing w/it for a while earlier I think (?) it's a Photobucket issue.
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Post by BasleeBackwoodsFarm on Sept 5, 2012 15:33:35 GMT -5
Yes, I think it Photobucket. I too was having trouble last week when I was loading and it only did a couple. I had wanted to add some more for the stickied thread about school being out, time for gifts (or whatever it was called, lol). Anyway it only let me do two and quit. Guess I need to try again.
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Okay - that's the problem. Your phone is naming your images with a horrendously long file name. I don't have an iphone, but there should be a way to change the naming rules, or to overwrite it with something else.
The first image that you posted the link to is named "BE249788-83EE-4064-B025-6C32F1496D11-14560-00000E945CDACCC8-1.jpg" - the second one is "AB1BF109-A487-4F1F-9860-DF857B427E11-14560-00000E964EC23B63. jpg"
so by the time you add in the url info to your photobucket account, it's too long. If you change that file name to "fred.jpg", it'll work fine.
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steven888: Dry her up now, she needs 6 wks of rest.
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