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Old 02-11-2010, 08:04 PM   #1
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I just checked my photobucket page. It's dropping down just fine.

When you click on the picture and you bring up it up on the page, look to the left and you will see a box that says "Share This Image". In tiny letters at the bottom of the box it says "More". Click on that and click on "Link Code" tab. See if your "Show By Default" boxes are checked. Also make sure the "Show Links In My Albums" is checked (mine is "Always") towards the bottom.
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In case it is still of interest.... I had the same problem a while ago, or close to it. The box would drop down, but go away again before I could copy the link. I found that if I moved the cursor very slowly, it would stay. This problem seemed to correct itself after a while, so....

These days, I find that Firefox works better on Photobucket than IE does.
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..,then of course, it could be something I'm doing

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It's one thing this week... next week it will be something different. I firmly believe that my computer is trying to drive me crazy. It's worse than dealing with those horrible Christmas tree lights... you know the ones... when one goes out, they all go out... you move the string of lights and part of them come back on... I don't do Christmas lights anymore.... I have a tiny fiber optic lite tree.

Maybe it's a conspiracy (it takes 3 or more to make a conspiracy).
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Funny, I always thought that "3 or more" was a "Fact".
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