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Do any clients do this? [Jun. 7th, 2004|12:06 pm]
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Automatically upload images / other file to FTP server?
I've got webspace and I'd love to do the file and LJ in one shot. I currently use Semagic on Win XP.

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[User Picture]From: otheronetruegod
2004-06-07 09:45 am (UTC)
A couple of the shareware ones do (there were a couple of posts about various ones in the last couple of weeks). I'm in the process of adding this to Chonicle (http://www.uil.net/lj client though there are more recent screenshots at http://www.livejournal.com/users/otheronetruegod/156240.html), which is (and will likely remain) freeware.
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[User Picture]From: lesliepear
2004-06-08 07:10 pm (UTC)
If you need testing on that feature, let me know :)
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[User Picture]From: otheronetruegod
2004-06-08 07:28 pm (UTC)

It'll be posted to the Chronicle community, chronicleclient.
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From: snej
2004-06-07 09:59 am (UTC)
I would imagine that once the long-promised photo hosting support comes to LJ, lots of clients will be upgrading to support it.

For now, I would imagine that lots of client developers have been holding off on implementing such functionality until it's supported directly by LJ!
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[User Picture]From: troyworks
2004-06-07 05:43 pm (UTC)
umm dreamweaver *ducks book thrown*

really I do many photoladen journals first in Dreamweaver then do a search/replace the path from relative to www.mydomain.com in the href= (for the larger images) and the src=

it's nice seeing the thumbnails as often I don't remember what a picture is when it's DSC3005.jpg
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