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 Posted: Sat Jun 12th, 2021 03:33 am
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For those, like myself who have used Photobucket in the past and don't want to pay the subscription fee, you will notice that all or nearly all of your pictures are blurred, there's a way around this, right click on a picture and select "Save as" and save to Pictures etc on your pc, the picture won't be displayed but instead, an icon, right click on this and "Open with Paint" then from there, save as a jpeg...done.



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Phil is this Actually within your account with Photobucket ?  I know if a picture is linked in a forum post via Photobucket and it has the Photobucket blackm- 'watermark' on it the member can right click on the photo, Open in a new tab, and that SHOULD display the photo in a new tab, full size, with no watermark, which the member can then right click and save to their PC.  They can then upload it into the gallery and edit their post to re do the link direct to our Gallery,  IF they so wish

No need for paint, but I don't know if this would work equally WITHIN Photobucket itself ?  Might be worth a try

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This is basically for those who have pictures in Photobucket and can't view them as they are blurred, they can't be "Saved as" a jpeg in PB, that's why they need to be opened in something like Paint, they're WebP Images.

I don't think it's possible anymore to post a link to these pictures without subscription, anyway, they are blurred to view.



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Any workaround for Mac users as we don't have a "right-click" option?



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Here you go Rick

https://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-right-click-on-a-mac?r=US&IR=T




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Gwiwer wrote: Any workaround for Mac users as we don't have a "right-click" option?

Oh! yet another thing to hold Steve Jobs to account, like why my iPics and iMovies always seem to come out upside down or sideways and then insist on auto-correcting back as if driven (controlled) by some unseen hidden force  :mrgreen:.






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