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Offline TunerSandwich

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The pictures aren't showing :( .

NSFW filter much be rejecting your pornography  >:D
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The pictures aren't showing :( .

Some employers (including mine) block postimg.org, that's probably why you are not seeing the images, since I just double checked from another browser and they do work. Usually, you can see if you are being blocked by just trying to go to that site directly: postimg.org . If you are in fact blocked, you can always view this thread at home without any such (communist) restrictions...
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The pictures aren't showing :( .

Some employers (including mine) block postimg.org, that's probably why you are not seeing the images, since I just double checked from another browser and they do work. Usually, you can see if you are being blocked by just trying to go to that site directly: postimg.org . If you are in fact blocked, you can always view this thread at home without any such (communist) restrictions...
postimg.org is not blocked for me, but can't see the images in the post.
 

Offline SharpEars

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The pictures aren't showing :( .

Some employers (including mine) block postimg.org, that's probably why you are not seeing the images, since I just double checked from another browser and they do work. Usually, you can see if you are being blocked by just trying to go to that site directly: postimg.org . If you are in fact blocked, you can always view this thread at home without any such (communist) restrictions...
postimg.org is not blocked for me, but can't see the images in the post.

OK, just tried on my iPhone as a third point of reference and they download fine. I think this must be a regional thing where they are blocked outside of the US by postimg for whatever reason. I am going to re-upload them to a better image hosting site and update this post when I get home (give me about 9-10 hours and try again).
 

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The pictures aren't showing :( .

Some employers (including mine) block postimg.org, that's probably why you are not seeing the images, since I just double checked from another browser and they do work. Usually, you can see if you are being blocked by just trying to go to that site directly: postimg.org . If you are in fact blocked, you can always view this thread at home without any such (communist) restrictions...
postimg.org is not blocked for me, but can't see the images in the post.

me neither

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OK folks, I switched from postimg to imgur and hopefully everyone around the world can view the pics now at the following link to the message on the previous page: unit in operation

If you still have issues viewing the pics, it's got to be your employer blocking your access (I hope...).
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Great pics! Also, imgur, imgur, imgur - I can't see any reason to use another image host whatsoever unless you want to include spam with your pics.
 

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Or attach them on the forum, so they're accessible as long as the forum is.

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Great pics! Also, imgur, imgur, imgur - I can't see any reason to use another image host whatsoever unless you want to include spam with your pics.

I am definitely sold! The only thing I don't like so far is that imgur converted my PNG files to JPG - not something I wanted.
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Or attach them on the forum, so they're accessible as long as the forum is.

Tim
Yes but there are size limits and bandwidth costs on attachments that end up costing Dave money hosting them ;D

Imgur is so simple, anonymous, and free to use and has more bandwidth than any other hosting provider out there. It also automatically strips out meta data, like GPS co-ordinates of the photographer and stuff like that. It spits out ready made links for all the major forum software and media sites like reddit too. There are no shitty adverts or malware or other crap involved to just simply view an image. It's great.
 

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I believe Dave stated before that forum attachments are preferred.  I've heard no complaints over bandwidth; this is a fairly busy forum, so he's not going to be paying for a bargain basement server regardless!

There might be legitimate reasons to avoid both attachments and free image hosts.  Copyright retention is one.  Many hosting sites claim ownership of material posted to them; every single status and photograph on Facebook, for example.

I believe this forum makes no special claims to submitted material, so that's not a big deal, but if you want to minimize file duplication, or retain the ability to modify at will, you might choose to host files yourself.

Personally, I almost always host images myself, but that's because I have it set up for basically one-click uploads. :P

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I believe Dave stated before that forum attachments are preferred.  I've heard no complaints over bandwidth; this is a fairly busy forum, so he's not going to be paying for a bargain basement server regardless!

There might be legitimate reasons to avoid both attachments and free image hosts.  Copyright retention is one.  Many hosting sites claim ownership of material posted to them; every single status and photograph on Facebook, for example.

I believe this forum makes no special claims to submitted material, so that's not a big deal, but if you want to minimize file duplication, or retain the ability to modify at will, you might choose to host files yourself.

Personally, I almost always host images myself, but that's because I have it set up for basically one-click uploads. :P

Tim

This has gotten somewhat off topic (not to mention off forum), but I like the idea of an image hosting site like imgur specifically because I can use links to those images on other forums as well. If Dave hosts the image here, I will need to re-upload to use the image somewhere else. So, basically with imgur it's a win/win situation (Dave doesn't have to pay hosting fees and I get to reuse the image links in other forums).
 


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