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I used to be able to post my trail cam pics in here by just cutting and pasting the link from a photo source online. It no longer works. Has something changed that I don't know about?

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They show up in "Preview Post"??????

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Are you using the URL address or HTTP address? I believe you are supposed to paste and copy the URL link, and not the HTTp link. Give that a try. I use photobucket and each picture has two links for it. One HTTP and one URL. I've screwed up a few times and my pictures didn't show up, so I used the other link and then it worked.

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When I use the URL, just the link shows up. I'm using that hosting site too.

Here's the IMG that I usually use elsewhere...it probably won't show up either: CDY_0037.jpg

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