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    Getting BBCode from new Flickr

    I am struggling to find access to the BBCode from my images on Flickr, now it has changed format.

    Could someone please set out the steps to do this, or point me to the thread?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Thanks Ricki,

    Thats OK on a PC, but it seems no longer possible on a tablet. Googling shows much frustration.

    What other "service" can be recommended instead of Flickr? Otherwise we might be confined to using up your data capacity to upload images.

    Thanks, Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Brewster View Post
    Thanks Ricki,

    Thats OK on a PC, but it seems no longer possible on a tablet. Googling shows much frustration.

    What other "service" can be recommended instead of Flickr? Otherwise we might be confined to using up your data capacity to upload images.

    Thanks, Ian
    you can use up the site data capacity all you like. Photobucket is one to try. Their tablet app is quite good apparently

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    you can use up the site data capacity all you like. Photobucket is one to try. Their tablet app is quite good apparently
    That's very kind Ricki, as I understood it made something of an unnecessary burden on you if we just uploaded directly. I will pursue Photobucket.

    Thanks, Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Brewster View Post
    That's very kind Ricki, as I understood it made something of an unnecessary burden on you if we just uploaded directly. I will pursue Photobucket.

    Thanks, Ian
    It used to cost me the more the site took up and bandwidth. but we have a better server and dataplan now, with plenty of space and unlimited bandwidth. So costs related to members using the site are fairly static these days.

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