Memories and moments by Serola

 
Testing 'Share on MyOpera' feature available on albums. It seems that it is made very easy to republish pictures. The only problem is that it is also an easy way to republish without permission pictures taken by others.

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17 thoughts on “Memories and moments by Serola

  1. I don't post what I would worry about that way Sami. I resize mine to 640 x 480 and have few secrets. My real art is yet to be displayed. Unless of course they've been stolen from my HDD.

  2. Originally posted by Sami:

    The only problem is that it is also an easy way to republish without permission pictures taken by others.

    True

  3. I mean position it on the page/document. Anyway my fingertips are getting cold and I'm gonna seem rude and try to go back to sleep.

  4. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    I mean position it on the page/document.

    So did I 😉 Text you can select and drag like this but not the formatting. But go and warm up your hands :coffee:

  5. Guys, this is just a test post 😉 Simple an observation.I also resize my pictures. So, at least I have better grounds to proof my copyright if I need/want to.

  6. The ? Occurs to me, Sami; why isn't there some kind of software that allows one to drag and drop componants on a page and then writes the html?Then one could just take the code and post it wherever. My yahoo web hosting does something like that but it's on their server and is frustrating through my cell phone access.

  7. Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    why isn't there some kind of software that allows one to drag and drop componants on a page and then writes the html?

    The problem is that there's no standard way to implement this. But in theory it should be possible.Here's how it currently work. On PC I can click and hold on object like image above and drag it here. But what software then copies is just the link connected to the image:http://my.opera.com/shootell/albums/showpic.dml?album=2865952&picture=129973532EDIT: And if there's no link on image, then it copies the image url.

  8. Yeah, that particular photo has me looking up in sky for jets, sort of. When I was up in Alaska hiking on the Chilkat penisula there were people clearing land by burning it across the "canal". It was on the elluvial fan of a glacier with no chance of it spreading. My guess would be they were into syrup and the roar was that of a calving glacier. :lol:Still haven't been everywhere! 😉

  9. It is a truly beautiful picture, Sami. :yes:A number of my pictures have been stolen in the past. In the days when Hitslink was working for My Opera it was relatively easy for me to catch them using the links provided but that's not so these days. When I did find unauthorized use, I would notify the user and the picture would either be taken down or properly credited to me. I'm sure there are more instances out there that I'm unaware of but it doesn't really bother me anymore. I don't make a living from my photographs and I accept that simply posting them on the internet makes them vulnerable. I get much more pleasure from having people see them than any anxiety I might have from misuse of my work.

  10. It's a really interesting image. As for unattributed re-use, I find it quite a lot of the time, but my favourite is a piece of writing I did years ago which is now attributed to William S Burroughs.As for photos, if someone is willing to pay they usually get in touch.

  11. Originally posted by serola:

    The problem is that there's no standard way to implement this. But in theory it should be possible.

    Found one on MajorGeeks.com Sami and it was free!I still want to learn it.

  12. Thank you Richard and Words 🙂 I was told to be grateful of becoming "shared". So, I suppose I shall :DOriginally posted by Words:

    my favourite is a piece of writing I did years ago which is now attributed to William S Burroughs.

    :yikes: :faint: Originally posted by Frlmnk:

    Found one on MajorGeeks.com Sami and it was free!

    :hat:

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