Aye, I see both of them too...<br><br>Care to venture a guess as to WHY they show-up<br>in a Browser, but disappear from the forum page?<br><br>If I could nail it down, I'd have a chance of fixing it.<br><br> [color:white].<br></font color=white> [color:white]. .</font color=white>"Fool us thrice...and we get what we deserve."
As Poly said, because they are in your cache, they show up on your PC/Mac.<br><br>Now I took all your photo links in the post that has a faulty photo bucket link that doesn't show up for us and checked them out. All your codes are correct and I entered them in a blank window to load to test them.<br><br>So Photo Bucket just does not like you! No, . . . I don't have any idea why they don't show up. As Poly said, we in the forum see lots of your photo links as duds though. No one thought to let YOU know until now. <br><br><br><br><br>
<br>Naw, I became somewhat aware of it a couple of weeks ago<br>but I've been unable to sus why SOME are there, and some<br>are not. Even those ensconced in the same data base.<br><br>In the meantime, I've been too busy cloning & replacing<br>both of my harddrives to have taken enough time to sus<br>the problem, and possibly re-upload them ALL back into <br>PhotoBucket.<br><br>The next issue, will be my physical limitation. They were<br>originally uploaded A) when I was stronger, B) Done over<br>an extended period, and in small batches. Even using the<br>new "batch" upload, the system of making them instantly<br>available that I've devised is VERY Labor Intensive, and<br>I have to figure out the issue before taking on the task.<br><br>I'm ASSUMING the Issue is PhotoBucket having changed<br>their address, which (BTW) they do fairly often... so it's<br>most likely a matter of figuring out whi<br><br>ah screw it<br><br>I'm unable to even hold my head up long enough to finish this post, much less figure out & fix the smilies<br><br> [color:white].<br></font color=white> [color:white]. .</font color=white>"Fool us thrice...and we get what we deserve."
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