Image Upload
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Widget to upload and share photos over the net.   Free
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Image Upload widget is the easiest and quickest means by which to upload and share pictures over the internet.

By simply dropping a picture file onto the Image Upload widget, your image is uploaded privately and free of charge to ImageShack, its direct Web link is converted into a short, web-friendly TinyURL and copied onto your pasteboard ready for action.

After locating the picture file that you wish to upload, click and begin dragging it with your cursor, and while continuing to hold down your mouse button, bring up your dashboard - by default, by pressing the F12
What's New
Version 1.1.1:
  • Fixed bug that prevented successful uploads.

Version 1.1:
  • Fixed Leopard-related copying issues.
  • Added Growl notification support.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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ver. 1.x:
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Corn-Syrup-Kills! commented on 04 Nov 2010
Very slick. Would it be possible to implement some sort of status indicator or progress bar with a timeout if left hanging? Also, I would very much like to be able to drop several images to the widget and have it return several lines of urls in the clipboard and have an option to choose formatting options for the url such as html, bbcode, besides the direct url.
[Version 1.1.1]


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Polocanada tipped on 26 Oct 2010
To make it work disable the "shorten link" in the properties of the Widget. The tinylink must have changed something.
[Version 1.1.1]


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+5

zwei reviewed on 06 Jan 2008
Thanks for the Leopard update. This app saves me tons of time.
[Version 1.1]


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+1

agildehaus reviewed on 06 Jun 2007
Works very well, but doesn't know what to do when a file other than an image is dropped on it. I have to reload the widget in order to cancel.

I hope it has functionality built-in to detect if an update is available :)
[Version 1.0]


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+3

msjstw reviewed on 05 Jun 2007
I love this thing, thanks so much man! Great GUI, sound etc. Works like a charm!!!
[Version 1.0]


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misha had trouble on 16 Sep 2009
This doesn't seem to work under 10.6.1. It looks like the file transfers (I can tell by iStat Menus) but the widget just spins forever... something is getting stuck.
[Version 1.1.1]


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Morjovy had trouble on 09 Jun 2007
i drag an image on the widget and get only endless "Uploaging" message, though there is no outgoing data indicated this time. when i upload the image manually at the imageshack web site it is done nice. so, the widget doesnt work for me. intel imac 10.4.9
[Version 1.0]

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jferrodg commented on 10 Sep 2007
I'm experiencing the same with this endless upload loop. This happens since I've upgraded to MacOS 10.4.10. and connected via Airport of my MacBook Pro.
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Version Downloads:2,684
Type:Games : Card and Board
License:Free
Date:05 Jan 2009
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Image Upload widget is the easiest and quickest means by which to upload and share pictures over the internet.

By simply dropping a picture file onto the Image Upload widget, your image is uploaded privately and free of charge to ImageShack, its direct Web link is converted into a short, web-friendly TinyURL and copied onto your pasteboard ready for action.

After locating the picture file that you wish to upload, click and begin dragging it with your cursor, and while continuing to hold down your mouse button, bring up your dashboard - by default, by pressing the F12 key. Drag the picture file so that it is above the Image Upload widget's drop container, then release the mouse button to drop the file onto the widget. You image will be promptly uploaded to Image Shack, and depending on the preferences you have set on the widget's back-side, the direct link to the image will either remain intact, or be converted into a TinyURL, before being copied to your pasteboard. Following the presentation of the Complete view and optional auditory completion chime, you can paste the link wherever you please - perhaps into a chat conversation window, email, blog post, Web forum reply, or Twitter message.


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