Photobucket down.....?

Chui

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I cannot post any photo - however small - into any thread or post so have to rely on Pb. It isn't too popular in UK and just wanted to ask you good folk across the pond if there was an issue your side too please.....?





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Is it ever up??

I had to abandon Poobucket due to its practices and chronic unreliability:rolleyes:

Maybe it works OK in America? If you pay a fortune.....;)
 
I cannot post any photo - however small - into any thread or post so have to rely on Pb. It isn't too popular in UK and just wanted to ask you good folk across the pond if there was an issue your side too please.....?





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I still us PB occasionally. I checked it a minute ago and I'm getting an advisory "Failed to fetch user data" "verify you have a data connection " on my Android tablet. Obviously I do, as I'm posting this on the same device. Looks like a large problem.
 
I'll move this to Tech support, maybe others can weigh in.
 
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If anyone can also possibly look into why I am unable to attach a photo at all, I'd be most grateful.

My Media Gallery is unused and shows it is empty, yet I have 20Mb availability with my membership.

Each photo I have attempted to post is less than 1Mb.

Many thanks in advance :)
 
Just use imgur, it's so much easier.
 
Just use imgur, it's so much easier.

- thanks, Kevin......I'll take a look for sure

If there's any techie who can look into my post#5 - why I can't attach small (<1Mb) pics, I'd appreciate it
 
Try resizing the image to smaller dimensions
 
Photos now must be no larger than 1,600 x 1,200 pixels, and must be 500kB or less.

Yes, it's a pain, and it really sucks trying to get a photo from most any recent smartphone or camera down to 500kB without making it look like utter garbage. The limit was originally 1MB when the forum was initially changed over to the new Xenforo software, but Spark then decided to lower the limit after chewing through server storage space.
 
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