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    Moderator/RiderCoach We've stopped counting... Missy B's Avatar
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    Oh my bad then. I guess I haven't reached the quota yet then. Or I haven't tried to upload a pic from it in a week.
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    http://www.consumer-rankings.com/hosting/

    Note how many top providers offer unlimited storage and bandwidth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Missy B View Post
    Oh my bad then. I guess I haven't reached the quota yet then. Or I haven't tried to upload a pic from it in a week.
    My guess? Moderators and admins are granted more storage space.

    I havent tried uploading a photo via tapatalk from photobucket yet. (Hmmm. May have to see if its possible.) But the photo limit, though frustrating, is surmountable via a photo hosting site like photobucket and using a PC.

    ETA: PIC TRY



    Semt usung tapatalk wuth my fat fingers snd a tiny keyboard!

    Edit 2: yup, that worked from photobucket mobile, but it looks like you can only post to a new thread from the photobucket app. And you have to navigate through the forum hierarchy to get to the place you want to be to post. It doesn't appear you can directly post into an existing thread, but you can post as if you are creating a new thread, copy the IMG tag and it's contents, exit photobucket, then go into tapatalk, pull up the existing thread, and paste the IMG tag and it's contents into the existing thread.


    Edit 3: try to upload from phone.


    It seems to work ok too. It appears that tapatalk is uploading to imageshack.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysLearnin View Post

    It seems to work ok too. It appears that tapatalk is uploading to imageshack.com
    I wonder how did you set up that - I don't see an option anywhere.
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    It appears to be built into tapatalk. I didn't set anything special. As a matter of fact I haven't used the tapatalk upload because when I try to upload from the PC I also get "no more space" messages. This was a first. All of my other images came from photobucket.

    Semt usung tapatalk wuth my fat fingers snd a tiny keyboard!
    Quote Originally Posted by Lezbert View Post
    * Passhole -- Aggressive driver who stops at nothing just to get in front of you, saving him/herself a whopping 10 seconds.
    -2000 Road King Classic with lots of sentimental value
    -M.I.T.G.C. #72

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlwaysLearnin View Post
    It appears to be built into tapatalk. I didn't set anything special. As a matter of fact I haven't used the tapatalk upload because when I try to upload from the PC I also get "no more space" messages. This was a first. All of my other images came from photobucket.

    Semt usung tapatalk wuth my fat fingers snd a tiny keyboard!


    Ok, let me try add an image


    ^this uploaded to tapatalk.com ...
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    Another attempt...

    ^this was uploaded to facebook and then selected to upload from tapatalk.

    Direct upload from phone to tapatalk still fails, but at least I have a workaround...
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    Ok...so it does work from tapatalk? I did note imageshack links when I used tapatalk for the first time last week.
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    For me, it uploads images to tapatalk.com. When it does. Which so far seems to be when I first upload them to facebook.
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    The last one you did shows as imageshack via tapatalk.
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