1. Shortround

    Shortround TrainBoard Member

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    As we all know Photobucket has changed. Somehow I managed to load two photos into an account to share with others about model trains. I have asked several times what program they are using or suggest without any answers. I figured it would be easy to load more off my computer onto Rail Images but I can't figure out how to do that. They all would be model train related. None of the other junk on my hard drive and I don't know how to get others off Photobucket. They don't cooperate either.
    I would still like suggestions for replacement of Photobucket for the non-RR related.
     
  2. Eagle2

    Eagle2 Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Along the top of the page you should see a bar with "Railimages" third from left. A drop down from that will be "Add Media." From there the process should be fairly straightforward. If not, please let us know where things fall down.
     
  3. jhn_plsn

    jhn_plsn TrainBoard Supporter

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    You can always simply use the button, bottom right of the response box labelled "Upload a File". No hosting needed.
     
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  4. Shortround

    Shortround TrainBoard Member

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    Thank you. I did figure out that the New Windows 10 doesn't accept my smart phone, wired or card in slot it can't find my phone, my Jitterbug flip phone doesn't accept Windows 10 and the card in my digital camera doesn't work in the slot either. But for some reason it found my camera USB wired. So I did load into the computer and loaded on here but not into my file. Only the general file.
    I tried adding them to my posting on models board "Inspection" but all I get is an image sign but no pictures. How is that accomplished?
     
  5. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    If you can see your pictures on PB, try a right mouse click and "Save As". You can at least copy them. They have no way of knowing you did.
     

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