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OldeCrow
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A clever developer has made a plugin for Chrome and Firefox that fixes Photobucket ransomed images!

just search for "Photobucket Embedded Image Fix" in the google web store or Firefox ad-ons

now those stupid photobucket ransom images are gone and the photos are back!

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OldeCrow wrote: A clever developer has made a plugin for Chrome and Firefox that fixes Photobucket ransomed images!

just search for "Photobucket Embedded Image Fix" in the google web store or Firefox ad-ons

now those stupid photobucket ransom images are gone and the photos are back!

bravo.gif
Cool...TY Chris...never had the problem myself as I always paid the $25. per yr. unlimited fee and am now grandfathered in for some time.ThumbsUp02.gif

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I'm a paid user also, so it's not an issue with my photos either but everyone else's are broken without one of the plugins to restore them.

I also found another plugin that seems to work better in chrome and is also available in Firefox... "Photobucket Hotlink" in the add-ons manager or chrome web store...


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OldeCrow wrote: I'm a paid user also, so it's not an issue with my photos either but everyone else's are broken without one of the plugins to restore them.

I also found another plugin that seems to work better in chrome and is also available in Firefox... "Photobucket Hotlink" in the add-ons manager or chrome web store...


cool...been a bitch trying to see sales posts with broken pics,,,hope evryone catches on to these tips!...do you have any tips on posting to Instagram from a pc? thankyou.gif

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I have no advice on Instagram Oscar I don't Facetwit either, I consider such things an invasion of nerdspace by normal people and I'm morally opposed to it. subtlelaugh.gif

In Photobucket news I got a dear john letter from Photobucket telling me they haven't had a plus20 plan since 2015 and that I had been grandfathered in (and they were happy to take my money all this time too) but needed to upgrade, It's actually cheaper to host your images on your own domain than pay for their top tier service (you can get hosted space with a few gig of storage for your photos and have your own forum or blog too for less than 20 a month)I may setup a new domain for my watch stuff and retire one of my other domains that I don't really use anymore... Get a blog going and setup a photo catalog...

I like the simplicity of imgur but really miss being able to have sub folders like photobucket does...


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