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    Chanceux
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    See if this works:

    Having as much trouble as ever with the site, not being able to see the image I am copying the link of, probably an Adblock issue


    #1786720
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    Chanceux
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    I can still copy images Mike, albeit with a lot of fudging, the diaporama on my web site still works.

    To quote the nations once favorite but now fallen from grace paedophile, the image above, – can you guess what it is yet? :lol:


    #1786726
    vic evans
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    can you guess what it is yet

    Bath tap/shower connection.


    The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.

    #1786727
    loopski
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    can you guess what it is yet

    Bath tap/shower connection.

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    The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.

    My plate has 4 connectjon holes and cost FF 7,10.


    I would lie on top of the stairs and smell the cigar smoke of Castro.

    #1786728
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    Chanceux
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    You are both right and Loopys NOS has me beaten on price.

    The purpose made gabarit de douche’s are loads of money and I have seen many lo-cost bodges that just dont have the strength needed and soon rip out of the placo.

    I use one traversée de cloison cut in half and four 3/4″ BSP backnuts plus some scrap alu, around €8 all in plus you get some fine adjustment for level and centre distance.

    Actually looking at the photo I see that I used 1/2″ BSP, I must have been really hard up and had the 1/2″ – 3/4″ adaptors in stock.


    #1786732
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    janela
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    Location: Pays de la Loire
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    really informative reply mike, i think it will serve me well when we get to the outside of the house.  :yes: Hoping i remember it’s there, of course!

     


    Janela

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    mikej
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    So is that the end for photobucket now Mike? I found the site impossible to use in recent months and could not even link to a photo if I wanted to but there is a diporama there that my website links to, I will have to check but moving to another hosting site has long been on my list of jobs to do because it had become unusable for me. Just waiting now for the inevitable posting that always follows whenever I mention having any difficulty with a computer or phone.

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    Au royaume des aveugles les borgnes sont rois.

    Its certainly the end of Photobucket for me, and also posting of photo’s on this site.

    Mike


    WFIPFLL

    #1786794
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    Chanceux
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    Why is it not working for you but it is for me Mike? Not very good for my persecution complex :cry:


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    mikej
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    Because of my jewish ancestry, I refuse to pay.  :whistle:

    Mike


    WFIPFLL

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    tomdenne
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    Just used photobucket to see if it will show this picture of this slab of stone, used as a bench seat, mended five years ago with rods and chemical cement. Still rock solid.

    Imgur is good too but you can’t easily delete the pictures if ever you want to.


    Tom

    #1786810
    tomdenne
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    #1786816
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    Chanceux
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    I havn’t paid anything, when were you asked to pay?


    #1786825
    tomdenne
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    When you copy the URL link in Photobucket, the forth one down for forums, there will be two lines and two headings when you paste. The first begins URL and the second begins IMG. Make sure you remove the URL line otherwise you give everyone access to your entire Photobucket library. I’d forgotten this so that’s why the image in my first post doesn’t work anymore.

    :lol: That’s where ALBF, masquerading under a new user name, went wrong once in the distant past.

    Ps. Didn’t pay anything either for any operation with Photobucket.


    Tom

    #1786827
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    mikej
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    Can’t even copy links from my Photobucket account, let alone delete one line.


    WFIPFLL

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    tomdenne
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    https://postimage.io/

    :grin: Try this one Mike. Reviews say it’s one of the best free image hosting sites for posting photos etc on forums.


    Tom

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