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Old 04-02-2017   #161
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When I click share I get a window that lists social media icons (FB, Twitter, etc) and email. I don't get an option for BBCode. I use Safari. Any advice?
If you click on an individual picture in your gallery, then the window you mention should have 4 choices above the icons, and the one on the right should say "BBCode". When you click on that to choose it, the code shows below, and you copy and paste it in RFF. (I am using Safari)
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If you click on an individual picture in your gallery, then the window you mention should have 4 choices above the icons, and the one on the right should say "BBCode". When you click on that to choose it, the code shows below, and you copy and paste it in RFF. (I am using Safari)

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How to post pics using your flickr account?
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Question How to post pics using your flickr account?

Hi Folks,
In my 50th year I have decided to explore the web a bit further and discovered the marvel of flickr
Alas I still can't figure out how to post pics by using a link to my flickr account.
I tired doing it by copying the link of my photo and pasting it but it did not work the last few times I tried:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/156273...posted-public/

Please enlighten me.....as I am feeling as if I a have lived under a Stone for the last twenty years....
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Nice photo! To share it here in your post, use the "bent arrow" button at flickr. Once you click on that, you will get a pop up that says "Share 1 photo to...", choose the "BBcode" tab, copy the link and then click on the insert image button here. Delete the "http" stuff then paste the link into the box.
[IMG]https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4086/...6406ab90_c.jpgDSC_1301 by Dessislaw Pajakoff, on Flickr[/IMG]


And you should get this.

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Thank you for your quick answer and for posting my pic! I am glad you liked it. It was not made with an RF....neverteheless one of my favorites!
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Nice photo! To share it here in your post, use the "bent arrow" button at flickr. Once you click on that, you will get a pop up that says "Share 1 photo to...", choose the "BBcode" tab, copy the link and then click on the insert image button here. Delete the "http" stuff then paste the link into the box.

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I agree with the above except the last bit. Although you can do as he suggests, there is no need to paste the link into the "insert image" box on this forum. Instead just paste the entire Flickr link (including the HTTP stuff) directly into the text box into which you are typing the main text for your post. Or of course if its a "words no words" post and you wish not to type any words, just paste the Flickr link you copied. I always do it this way and it always works.

One other thing to remember - Flickr gives you several image size options. Select the one that best suits your forum needs and photo. I generally use either 1200 or 1600 pixels wide (or high if it's portrait format). Too large or too small can be a pain for readers.
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I continue to post using the above method but on several occasions have been informed, by no doubt well meaning posters with the best of intentions, here that this is against the Flickr terms of service.
i have never troubled to check those terms and the wrath of Flickr has never descended and I suspect I am in good company with many thousands of others but be aware you may have warnings.
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this is how it looks like when simply pasting the BBC code directly into the message window:

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4086/...6406ab90_z.jpgDSC_1301 by Dessislaw Pajakoff, on Flickr

I usually press enter in front of the image title, in this case in front of DSC-1301, than it looks like that:

https://farm5.staticflickr.com/4086/...6406ab90_z.jpg
DSC_1301 by Dessislaw Pajakoff, on Flickr
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I continue to post using the above method but on several occasions have been informed, by no doubt well meaning posters with the best of intentions, here that this is against the Flickr terms of service.
i have never troubled to check those terms and the wrath of Flickr has never descended and I suspect I am in good company with many thousands of others but be aware you may have warnings.
Seems strange to me that it might be against Flickr terms of use given they specifically provide on their site, the HTML code required for a photo to be posted into a Bulletin Board thread - you can choose it as one of the options in the download link. This would mean they facilitate the breach themselves. So I can't figure that one out. Like you I have never checked their terms of use though. Cheers
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I've always gotten the impression that flickr tolerates, even encourages, posting on photo boards and such.

Anyway, I've always been in the habit of simply viewing at the size I want to post and using the direct URL of the image of that size. That shortened URL (flic.kr) you get on the "share" button just doesn't give me a warm fuzzy feeling for some reason.
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I tend to open the image and click on the download arrow bottom right then on to view all sizes. Then just right click on the image size I want and go through the 'copy image location' then paste here in the appropriate box routine.
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Old 07-03-2017   #175
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I prefer to not show the link to my Flickr page below my RFF photo posts.
Same here. I don't use the flickr site as any kind of public exhibition. I have a lot of bona fide junk in there. Old and current avatars, test images, etc.
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Old 12-01-2017   #176
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Thank goodness this thread was available, or I would've never figured out how to post a picture.
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"In RFF, when you're writing a post, you'll see some little buttons above the text box where you type. One looks like a green landscape picture with the sun in it. That's the "Insert Photo" button. Click it, and a box appears asking you for the image address. Paste in this the Image Location you copied from the website where the photo is hosted. The image will appear in the text box, and you can then type a caption for it if you wish."

That's very clear, but it means that you must have a "website where the photo is hosted".

I don't have a website, blog, Flickr, or other photo hosting service. How can I post photos here on RFF? I'd like to.
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"In RFF, when you're writing a post, you'll see some little buttons above the text box where you type. One looks like a green landscape picture with the sun in it. That's the "Insert Photo" button. Click it, and a box appears asking you for the image address. Paste in this the Image Location you copied from the website where the photo is hosted. The image will appear in the text box, and you can then type a caption for it if you wish."

That's very clear, but it means that you must have a "website where the photo is hosted".

I don't have a website, blog, Flickr, or other photo hosting service. How can I post photos here on RFF? I'd like to.

There are two ways to do it if you don't have a site or a hosting service. Both are free.

1: The RFF Gallery. All RFF members can put their work up on the RFF gallery. You can use the RFF gallery as a hosting service for your photos, which you can then put in threads on the forums.

2: You can attach photos to your posts. This uploads the photo to the RFF server, and the photo will display in your post as a thumbnail. People will have to click the thumbnail to see the photo larger.

Here's how: When you respond to a thread, scroll down below the text box and there will be a button that says "Manage Attachments." Click it, and it'll let you upload photos.
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Yes! That button: "Manage Attachments" is in "go advanced" when you respond to a thread. It allows me to upload from my hard drive - yippee!!

I have to "reduce my image to 1200 pixels on the longest side." Then I can post - hazza!!

Thanks, Chriscrawfordphoto. I sincerely apprecate your help.
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Yes! That button: "Manage Attachments" is in "go advanced" when you respond to a thread. It allows me to upload from my hard drive - yippee!!

I have to "reduce my image to 1200 pixels on the longest side." Then I can post - hazza!!

Thanks, Chriscrawfordphoto. I sincerely apprecate your help.

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There are two ways to do it if you don't have a site or a hosting service. Both are free.

2: You can attach photos to your posts. This uploads the photo to the RFF server, and the photo will display in your post as a thumbnail. People will have to click the thumbnail to see the photo larger.
Ahhh... Thanks Chris. This was my experience when I posted yesterday and couldn't work out how to get a large image size like others do. So I either have to post from images I upload to my RFF gallery or a hosting service like Flickr, or put up with thumbnails.
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I’ve given up trying to post photographs here.

It’s easy on Facebook.

Even using a photo from my iPad usually doesn ‘t work here.
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Ahhh... Thanks Chris. This was my experience when I posted yesterday and couldn't work out how to get a large image size like others do. So I either have to post from images I upload to my RFF gallery or a hosting service like Flickr, or put up with thumbnails.



Yep. Or if you have your own website or blog, you can host the photos there.
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I've been trying to find a way to post pics, mostly on "What have you just bought" and "Show us your folder" etc. without having to use online web-hosts, as it turns out that the one I was using had nsfw ads (which no-one on the forum told me about for a long time) and was hoping there was an allowed image hosts list, but meanwhile I've just gone to the Gallery to see if I can upload pics that way and it's asking me to "select a lens" either globally or individually. Why? Can I just upload a pic and mention the lens in the text of the post if I want to?
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The RFF Gallery is indeed a fine place to host images though they be limited in number. And if you remove the source image from the Gallery the image then disappears from the thread where it was posted (but that's the same wherever it's hosted). You can mention lens detail in the post and/or in the descriptive text block in the Gallery listing... But what raises your resistance to just picking the lens off the list? You should build your personal list off the contents of the main Gallery list, then it's pretty convenient to use. And this Gallery-based lens info doesn't show outside the Gallery anyway. Further, you can just ignore the suggestion to add lens info in the Gallery if you want.
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Is it possible to remove an image from my gallery, and if it can be deleted how do I delete it because I do not see a delete image option on my gallery.
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Is it possible to remove an image from my gallery, and if it can be deleted how do I delete it because I do not see a delete image option on my gallery.
Go to the main menu, select photos than select my photos and select the photo you desire to delete and click the icon of the trash bin below your photo and confirm the deletion.
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Many thanks Robert,

With your very kind help I managed to delete the photo's that I didn't require.
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This is the most i can do. Nothing attaches. Nothing from flickr. nothing from my saved images
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To display a photo that you have on Flickr.com:
  1. Select the photo
  2. In a web browser (NOT the Flickr app on iOS or Android!), tap the Share tool
  3. In the dialog that overlays the photo, click the BBCode option
  4. Pick a size from the lower pop-up menu
  5. Select and Copy the command string Flickr displays.
  6. Paste that into the RFF editor for a post.
  7. Submit the post or reply, the image will display.

The command string will look like this:

<url=https://flic.kr/p/2iq1kMz><img>https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49498420063_455088659d_c.jpg</img></url><url=https://flic.kr/p/2iq1kMz>At the Zen Buddhist Temple</url> by <url=https://www.flickr.com/photos/gdgphoto/>Godfrey DiGiorgi</url>, on Flickr
(The bracket delimiters have been replaced with pointy-brackets in the above to illustrate the string.)
Note that I usually edit the string down to the URL containing the IMG command, or to just the IMG token portion. For example,

<url=https://flic.kr/p/2iq1kMz><img>https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49498420063_455088659d_c.jpg</img></url>

presents the image and provides a link-back to Flickr.com.

Editing away the URL tokens to the IMG just presents the image:

<img>https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/49498420063_455088659d_c.jpg</img>

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Don't know anything about that. But you can use the same tags— <IMG>http://blah-blah-photo_dot_jpg</IMG> —for any photo that is on a webserver. (obviously, use square brackets instead of pointy brackets.)

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To the OP just save the photos in your rff gallery and link them from there. Only way that works for me.

Godfrey, I always like your posts but those two may as well be in martian. I bet most of us on this site would have no idea whatsoever what those posts mean, excepting the IT technicians here of which there may be a few.......

The day we have to learn HTLM code to post a photo will be the day this site dies. Even looking at HTML gives me a pounding headache........

I keep thinking this site needs to be revised to make uploading photos easy but then I see what happened when Photo.net went to 2.0 and I lie down until the feeling passes

If I post photos here regularly it becomes easy from my gallery but if I take a month off it takes me hours to work out how to do it again, it simply is not intuitive.
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To the OP just save the photos in your rff gallery and link them from there. Only way that works for me.

Godfrey, I always like your posts but those two may as well be in martian. I bet most of us on this site would have no idea whatsoever what those posts mean, excepting the IT technicians here of which there may be a few.......

The day we have to learn HTLM code to post a photo will be the day this site dies. Even looking at HTML gives me a pounding headache........

I keep thinking this site needs to be revised to make uploading photos easy but then I see what happened when Photo.net went to 2.0 and I lie down until the feeling passes

If I post photos here regularly it becomes easy from my gallery but if I take a month off it takes me hours to work out how to do it again, it simply is not intuitive.
I can appreciate the frustration, but many of us - myself included - maintain blogs where we regularly have to deal with importing HTML code from some other source in order to post photos.
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Godfrey, I always like your posts but those two may as well be in martian. I bet most of us on this site would have no idea whatsoever what those posts mean, excepting the IT technicians here of which there may be a few.......

The day we have to learn HTLM code to post a photo will be the day this site dies. Even looking at HTML gives me a pounding headache........
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I think you may have misunderstood Godfrey’s post. You don’t have to learn HTML (whatever that is). You don’t have to learn anything. All you have to do is copy/paste from the ‘Share’ button on your Flickr image.
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Hi, nickthetasmaniac ( love that by the way)

You are probably correct in my misunderstanding, I am much more impressed by your very simple one-liner clarifying that all you have to do is copy/paste from the share button on your Flickr image, that makes total sense, even though I left Flickr years ago.
The question now is does that work for the OP, I for one would love to know how he's getting on with this.
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I think you may have misunderstood Godfrey’s post. You don’t have to learn HTML (whatever that is). You don’t have to learn anything. All you have to do is copy/paste from the ‘Share’ button on your Flickr image.
Thanks, Nick.

And if you cannot copy & paste from flickr.com, just put your photo on a web server somewhere, type in the url, and put IMG tags on either side of it in square brackets:


I can't find any simpler way to express this. It will work for any .jpg image on any image server. If that's too complicated, well, I give up.

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