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tinypic uploader

   4.0  

Nautilus Script

Score 67%
tinypic uploader
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Downloads:  1801
Submitted:  Nov 7 2008
Updated:  May 21 2010

Description:

tinypic.com uploader

TINYPIC HAS STARTED USING CAPTCHAS
THIS SCRIPT NO LONGER WORKS

* mass upload selected files
* recurse directories
* actively prints links as files upload

written in python

TO INSTALL
* save to ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/tinypic
* make the file executable

REQUIRES
* `zenity`
* `curl`
* `file` with mime-type detection

TO USE
* select file/s with mouse
* right click on it/them
* Scripts -> tinypic




Changelog:

may 18th 2010 - version 4.0
* usable in command-line
* output is more parseable
** command-line output prints link(tab)sourcefile
** program messages between two dashes "--"
** directory names between three dashes "---"

feb 2nd 2010 - version 3.1
* fixed bmp support
* added pcx, psd, tiff
* omitting extensions from links

dec 7th 2009 - version 3
* not so ugly
* allows special chars in filenames
* when recursing, uploads files before entering subdirs; better organized output

mar 8th 2009 - version 2
* moved to python

nov 6th 2008 - version 1
* horrid bash script



License:
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 Features request

 
 by GrzegorzJZD on: Feb 8 2010
 
Score 50%

If You are open for some request and suggestions, I've two for You:

1)Add possibility to send images as TinyPic logged user, into user account.

2) TinyPic actually don't convert images format, only changes file extension. So if You upload a PNG file to TinyPic, it will generate link to JPG, but if You check file format (not only extension), You will notice it is the same as original image. Could your script replace jpg extension generated in TinPic URL to original extension?


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 Re: Features request

 
 by magicmarkers on: Feb 9 2010
 
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the login feature is a good idea that might warrant a fork.

it will do something like pop up and ask you for username/password before proceeding with the upload and storing the session cookie locally in the scripts directory as a hidden file, only bugging you for user/pass once the cookie expires.

thanks for the input!


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 Re: Re: Features request

 
 by GrzegorzJZD on: Feb 9 2010
 
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You're absolutely right about security if password and login would be stored in scripts, it matters especially if You don't crypt home partition or folder with scripts.

But it might be easier to implement (to be honest I don't know), this way or other it will be great thing to be able to send images to TinyPic account.


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 Hello

 
 by AdyGudus on: Mar 8 2010
 
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instruction for how to use this script? how to add them in nautilus? ware i can find it?


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 Re: Hello

 
 by magicmarkers on: May 5 2010
 
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Yes hello,

To install:
Download the script and save it to ~/.gnome2/nautilus-scripts/

Make sure the file is chmod u+x

To use:
Select files/folders, right click, scripts->tinypic


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