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[Official Topic] Flickr Uploadr 3.0.2

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rcrowley says:

Update January 16, 2008: Flickr Uploadr 3.0.3 is now out! Check out flickr.com/help/forum/en-us/63956/ for links to the download.

Flickr Uploadr 3.0 is now available for download from the Tools page
(read the announcement here)

We'd like to thank all those who assisted with beta testing over the last month. Your help was invaluable.

Please feel free to share your feedback and comments about Flickr Uploadr 3.0.


New version 3.0.2 December 18th: This new version for Windows and Mac fixes the spinning forever issues that PowerPC Mac users were seeing as well as the issues with the disappearing Upload button. From now onward, automatic updates will be enabled through the Uploadr itself. Please visit flickr.com/tools/ for this upgrade.
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Myles! says:

I love it!
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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_micah says:

You guys are on fire today! First stats, now the Uploadr gets revamped. Sweet. Thanks =).
Incidentally, is the only way on the Mac to upload through the menubar? Or is there a dedicated "Upload" button that I can't find? I was looking for a little while for that.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )
_micah edited this topic 77 months ago.

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FotoBen says:

5 stars - upload and stats....wow
Thank you :-)
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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magerleagues says:

Excellent work Richard, I use this every day.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Flickr Staff

rcrowley says:

Dan Tsai: When you add some photos, an upload button should appear in the lower right-hand corner. If it doesn't, could you click Help and then Console and tell me what (if anything) shows up there? Thanks!
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endquote says:

Just installed on OS X 10.5. After signing in, the application shows two "Upload" menus in the menu bar. Clicking the second one causes the first to open. When I relaunch the app, the second menu is gone, but I can make it come back by clicking "Switch users" and then "cancel".

I expect this doesn't actually break any functionality, just looks weird.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Ric e Ette says:

It's Christmas time! :-)
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Stevekin says:

Thank you Richard, great job !

Short cut on desktop as you promised, and dragging an image to Uploadr opens with the image in place, which it didn't do before :-)

Thanks again :-)
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Flickr Staff

rcrowley says:

There is a slight bug, which I'm working to fix right now. If you add photos before signing in, the sign in button loses it's effect. Dan Tsai also reported an issue with the Upload button not appearing, which I'm investigating, too.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Blimundus says:

Thanks for posting a link to the linux version!
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Ric e Ette says:

Just tried it... I entered Upload -> Preferences and was asked to sign in (which I did). Now even being signed in (I can see my buddy icon and Flickr user name) and having a picture to upload, the Upload option (under the Upload menu) is disabled (greyed out).

Closing and reopening the uploader seemed to solve the problem, but I'd like you to let you know about it anyway...
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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JMaz Photo says:

Woo Hoo! Happy Holidays to everyone!
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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johncpiercy says:

Just upgraded to Flickr Uploadr 3.0 / Mac version

Unable to use the new Uploadr on Mac OSx , its hanging when trying to upload
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Ric e Ette says:

Another bug: the uploader is screwing up my accentuated IPTC tags! :-(
The previous uploader never had this problem...

For example, I added this tags to my Jpeg photo. When I load the photo to Flickr Uploader, it shows all the tags, but some have garbage instead of the correct characters:

Baía -> Ba■a
Água -> ￁gua

Looks like n codepage problem. Should be relatively ease to add an option to the preferences to solve this (I hope)...
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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decade_null says:

I'm having a strange problem.

I have two photos in the uploader and I've selected them both. When I'm typing the description, after maybe 10-15 seconds all fields are cleared in the middle of my typing. If I select either one of the photos, what I typed is there, but if I select both of them, the fields are empty.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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RubyMae says:

That was quick. I guess I don't have to worry about using the beta version anymore (considering I only downloaded it yesterday).

:-D
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Kyudos says:

OK...trying this from work and I can't sign in. I don't get given any reasons why (bad). I look at the console and see:

Error: API TIMEOUT: flickr.auth._getFrob(rsp);
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 1227

Error: settings.is_public: null, users.username: null
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/users.js
Line: 103

if I look at those errors (follow the links) I get:

Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPrefBranch2.getIntPref]" nsresult: "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://global/content/bindings/findbar.xml :: :: line 361" data: no]

Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPrefBranch2.getIntPref]" nsresult: "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://global/content/bindings/findbar.xml :: :: line 361" data: no]
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johncpiercy says:

im back to older version of Uploadr

Should known better

jp
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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spokanekelly says:

It's not working for me. At first the upload menu item was greyed out. Then I closed/re-opened the uploader and the menu item was available but it doesn't work. No upload button appears on the main screen. I'm running OS X 10.4.11 on a macbook.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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spokanekelly says:

Ok, I've found the specific circumstance where the upload button does not appear and the upload menu item does not work. When I drag and drop a photo from iPhoto to the Flickr icon on the OS X dock, the Flickr uploader opens and displays the photo thumbnail, but the upload button does not appear and I can't upload via the upload menu item. However, if I add a photo via the add button, then I can see the upload button and everything works as it should. If I drag and drop a photo directly onto an open instance of the Flickr uploader, then everything work too. The only time it doesn't work is when I drag and drop onto flickr icon on the dock. Hope that helps.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Andreas. says:

Not able to uplaod again with new uploader, it always stalls at 98% or 99% or while "processing". It's quite frustrating.

[not frustrating anymore ;):D I just found out today the final version released :) I just installed and the bonk bug seems fixed with the final version it goes through instantly]
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )
Andreas. edited this topic 77 months ago.

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Stevekin says:

Spokanekelly.....Same for Win XP.
However...closing Uploadr without removing the dragged in photos, then re-opening immediately, has the photo still in place and the Upload buttons available.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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iamalik says:

i heart you flickrstaff
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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dotdean says:

dont work behind proxy :(
old version do this. please add it again.

the rest looks good =)
grettings from germany
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Stevekin says:

dotdean version 2.5 (Win) & 2.3.1 (Mac) are still available on the same tools page : www.flickr.com/tools/
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Flickr Staff

rcrowley says:

Hello all and thank you for your early feedback. Reports of the Sign In button not working after you'd added photos were true and have now been fixed. If this affected you, download and re-install the app again and the issue will be fixed.

Thanks for spokanekelly for getting to the root of the issue with the never-appearing Upload button. This one is a little trickier, but I'm on it. You're correct to point out that dragging into the app as well as using the Add button work just fine.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )
George (staff) edited this topic 77 months ago.

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_micah says:

rcrowley: another instance where the upload button doesn't appear is if i add a photo, then quit the program and reopen it. The photos are still there in the pane, but the upload button's gone.
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Ron's Log says:

Wouldn't work for me on Mac running Tiger. Dragged 4 photos to it to upload and 15 minutes later it still hadn't created any thumbnails for them. Just sat and spun. Going back to earlier version.
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-Nicole- says:

In my case, the beta uploadr was working much better than the most recent one. I downloaded this one, and tried to upload a photo both by dragging it to the uploadr and by using the add button. Instead I'm just getting the spinning dots. I tried removing the program including the preferences and reinstalling but I'm still having the same problem.

I'm getting the following errors / warnings in the console

Warning: reference to undefined property Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1']
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26

Error: Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1'] has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26

Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55

Running OS X 10.5.1
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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sfaf says:

I'm having the same problem. I add photos and it just sits and spins. No thumbnails. On a mac with Tiger.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Grant H says:

Wow good work guys, mine still refuses to do anything past when I click 'Sign in'. Nada.

Back to the basic uploadr.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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kwiat says:

I have the same problem. It keeps on "creating thumbnails" but never finishes. I'm on Tiger 10.4.1 using a Mac mini PPC 1,42.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Mitcha says:

and I add photos and it has no thumbs, just the photo name and an error icon.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Kyudos says:

Downloaded the patched version. But still can't sign in, still getting the TimeOut as above. This might be a proxy thing (since I'm at work), but v2.5 used to work from here...
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Mitcha says:

I'm using XP.
I've uploaded a printscreen where you can see the error:



Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Daisuke Ido says:

All works fine to me. Thanks, great program!
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Mitcha says:

and now I've realized something: if I try add photos taken with my nikon D40 I get that error , If I try photos taken with Canon A710is, sd400 or SE k790i everything goes ok!! Maybe an EXIF problem?
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Michael T. Gilbert says:

I'm having the same problem as mixellita is having. I get the little error icons and can't add any photos to my batch. Back to version 2 for now.
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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amsterdaaam gina says:

new uploader not working on mac osx leopard either. no thumbnails when adding photos, wheel just spins, takes FOREVER for upload button to appear and for an actual upload of one picture.
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stevelosh says:

Running OS X 10.4.11 here; everything works fine if I add photos via the "Add" button, but if I drag them into the window the Upload button never appears.
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Flickr Staff

rcrowley says:

Those experiencing the "spinning forever" problem (at least Ron's Log, -Nicole-, sfaf, kwiat and gina 2.0) probably have something in common. To be safe, if you had installed the beta, try completely removing Uploadr and reinstalling. If the problem persists or you had not tried the beta, could you post some of the error messages from Help -> Console here, please? These would be most helpful.
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Kyudos says:

I just rechecked, uninstalled and reinstalled, even removed the permissions.

v2.5 can connect to Flickr no problem.

v3.01 nope
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Felder71 says:

Anyone know if this new Uploader now supports XMP tags properly or am I still stuck using the Vista Flickr Uploader?
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Elías Poveda says:

It's great!, but it could be better if i could use it on Linux...
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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ClydeHouse says:

Working fine - uploaded 3 batches and about 40 pics no probs. Like it. Thanks. K.
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Mitcha says:


console:

Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPrefBranch2.getIntPref]" nsresult: "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://global/content/bindings/findbar.xml :: :: line 361" data: no]
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Tom (hmm a rosa tint) says:

@rcrowley What would I need to do to totally remove the beta?
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Tom (hmm a rosa tint) says:

oh and photobooth photos get automatically tagged "Photo Booth" Brilliant!
Posted 77 months ago. ( permalink )

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Flickr Staff

rcrowley says:

Tom and other beta testers: Two things are required to completely remove the beta from your Mac. First, go to your Applications folder and drag Flickr Uploadr to the trash. Then go to your home folder, go into Library, from there into Application Support and drag the Flickr Uploadr folder from there into the trash.

On the Windows side, uninstall Flickr Uploadr from your Add/Remove Programs (in the Control Panel). Then go to My Computer, click through to C: and then to Documents and Settings. From there double-click your username and then Application Data and delete the Flickr folder from there.

These steps should leave you with a blank slate to get back to installing Uploadr 3.0.
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TravisBallard says:

found a bug. when you have a lot of photo is it and you try to remove them, they don't get deleted. you have to do it one at a time. i put like 40 photos into it yesterday just to play with it a little but never uploaded them. closed the application then opened it now to upload more. tried to select all and click remove but it didnt work. gotta do it one at a time.
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Ron's Log says:

I never tried the beta program and I didn't get any errors with 3.0. It just hung.
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Kyudos says:

Is v3.0 supposed to authorise itself?
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wallyg says:

im having the same problem as mixtella. back to the old version, i guess.
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wallyg says:

Error: document.getElementById("photo" + p.id) has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/photos.js
Line: 294

Error: gUpdates.wiz has no properties
Source File: chrome://mozapps/content/update/updates.js
Line: 863
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Kyudos says:

Don't know what this is suppose to do, but I just tried to check for updates and got:

There were problems checking for, downloading, or installing this update. Uploadr could not be updated because:

AUS: Update XML File Malformed (200)


Console says:

Error: gUpdates.wiz has no properties
Source File: chrome://mozapps/content/update/updates.js
Line: 863
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johncpiercy says:

new uploader not working on mac osx leopard either. no thumbnails when adding photos, wheel just spins, takes FOREVER for upload button to appear and for an actual upload of one picture.

earlier today I had the same issue as sFaF with Mac OSx Tiger
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Lalitree says:

I installed a fresh copy, and am having the spinning forever problem. (MacOSX10.4.11) Here are the messages in the console so far:

Warning: reference to undefined property Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1']
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26
Error: Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1'] has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26
Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55

(the last one shows up multiple times, one for each photo I tried to add, it seems)
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zaskem says:

Downloaded and installed the 3.0 uploadr within the past hour. I initially attempted to sign in using the Upload -> Preferences -> Sign In option, and upon attempting to grant access to the uploadr, I would get the following error:

Oops! There's no api_key parameter.

An attempt to sign in via the button on the 'front page' of the uploadr seems to have sent the api_key string as part of the encoded URL string, and I was able to authorize without issue. Not sure if this is a bug or just a fluke, but I thought I'd report it anyway.
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james q. public says:

no matter how I try to sign, it never asks me for my username and login. It says in the bottom left hand corner that it's signing in, then it just says You are working offline. I'm gong to try to uninstall and re-download, just wanted you to be aware of it.
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james q. public says:

ok, so I re-downloaded and I am having the same issue. When I press the sign in button it never asks me for my info it just eventually says, "You are working offline".

I'm also having the same issue that someone else mentioned earlier that when I try to change the titles or tag any of the photos anything I entered just disappears.

No offense guys but are you sure this was ready to come out of beta?
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james q. public says:

oh btw, I'm using Vista.
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matt says:

Richard - I get the spinning problem. I've uninstalled/reinstalled from the beta as directed, deleting both the preferences and Application Support for the Uploader.

I add one image, and immediately get the following messages from the console:

Warning: reference to undefined property Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1']
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26
Error: Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1'] has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26
Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55
After a short time, it is joined by this fellow:
Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPrefBranch2.getIntPref]" nsresult: "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://global/content/bindings/findbar.xml :: :: line 361" data: no]


I've never fiddled with Mozilla's XUL things, but a brief read of the docs and some diffs lead me to believe that in the current version, something is amiss with the registration of the gm (GraphicksMagick, presumably) component when the app is started for the first time (or whenever there's nothing in Application Support):
compreg.dat, beta 2 has two flickr.com IDs:
@flickr.com/gm;1,{0e0d0b74-2c06-11dc-8314-0800200c9a66}
@flickr.com/key;1,{30d5eeac-87fa-11dc-8314-0800200c9a66}

compreg.dat, v3 has only one ID, for key:
@flickr.com/key;1,{30d5eeac-87fa-11dc-8314-0800200c9a66}

Hope this is of some small help.

ps: OSX 10.4.10
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Michael Kuker says:

Got an error message that it is not supported on this architecture. (PPC)
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Joe Shlabotnik says:

I'm having the same problem lots of people are having - when I drag a photo to the Uploadr window, the little circles appear and spin and spin and spin and spin... forever. I don't ever get thumbnails.

Funny thing is the same thing happens when I try to use Picnik here :-(

I'm using a Mac OSX 10.4.11
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-Nicole- says:

I went through and deleted the Flickr Uploadr file from my Application Support Folder, and deleted the application itself. I re-downloaded the file, and I'm still getting the spinning forever problem. Same errors as before:

Warning: reference to undefined property Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1']
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26

Error: Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1'] has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26

Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55
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Aidan Wynn says:

Awesome, I had the old uploader (maybe even the one previous) ... and I was recently given a pro account as a early christmas gift. This brand spankin new uploader will finally allow me to upload all the pictures I have always wanted! :) YEAH!!!

I did have one small problem when I first started to upload. I had an error, saying I did not have my internet connected, when I did. It took me a few tries, then I realized it was not uploading the first image, so I just deleted that one and so far, it has been working just fine.
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Stef Noble says:

I got a "not supported on this architecture" error too.

Leopard 10.5.1
2.33 Ghz Intel MacBookPro
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AliThinks says:

The new tool uploads just fine, but it doesn't import the file name, i.e. the title of the photo, which I input in Photoshop CS2. This is a real drag. I'm going to use the old uploader until this gets fixed.
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kewlio says:

i think i have the same issue as jamespoling

after the install, i clicked sign in, and the status bar is stuck at "signing into flickr"

i tried the clean uninstall and same result
i am using xp

on my laptop (also xp), it's working great

confuso :-(
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Mark Griffith says:

One complaint. Dealing with Sets. One thing that was nice about the old uploader was that sets were in a drop down list and I could tab to set focus and then using first letter of the set easily find the set. Now I have to scroll, scroll, scroll, scroll and then click. Its slower interaction now. Also listing the sets alphabetically is ok I guess, but usually the sets I wanted to add things to were the most recent sets and now they are alphabetical.......
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ronnyg says:

When I add a picture on OS X 10.5.1 to the new Uploadr 3.0 I get the same spinning/processing error that many other users are reporting. The two Flickr dots keep going back and forth. I removed the Beta as per the instructions and downloaded the final copy - no dice.

Here is what the console is reporting:

Error: Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1'] has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26

Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55

Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55

Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55

Error: uncaught exception: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPrefBranch2.getIntPref]" nsresult: "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://global/content/bindings/findbar.xml :: :: line 361" data: no]

Warning: reference to undefined property Cc['@flickr.com/gm;1']
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 26

PS: The Uploadr beach balled and unexpectedly quit when I closed the app with the console window open.
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Johnny ©ontax says:

In settings it states "Maximum file size for free accounts is 0MB"
I assume this is just a slip up??
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Civilized Explorer says:

I put a 1-minute video of my attempt to use Uploadr 3 at
civilizedexplorer.phanfare.com/album/516470

I get the rolling balls, but nothing happens ever after.
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bruce-p says:

I have the same issue as a number of others - can not connect to Flickr. Running XP or a corporate machine behind a corporate firewall...

I have 1 test photo in the uploader. Click 'sign in' and in the status line get 'Signing into Flickr'. Beside the 'my photos' line the icon blank appears, immediately disappears, and the status line reverts to "working offline'.

Will try from home computer later...
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myfear says:

Hmm .. Ok. I tried it today. But I can't even sign in. Clicking the signin button has no effect at all. The app only states, that I am working "offline" .... any hint? Never got the beta installed. Using the latest 3.0 as available.. App-start takes about 20 seconds at all ..
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myfear says:

Second one: tried the "software update" ... it tells me: "There were problems .. blah ... AUS: Update XML Filte malformed (200) ..."
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CharlesUibel says:

1 the cancel button does not work after the upload starts
2 the resizer does not work under preferences.
eek
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Kyudos says:

Tried from home and all working so far.
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CharlesUibel says:

had to authorsize 5 times
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CharlesUibel says:

vista
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Dr. Keats says:

OK - so, is it working properly for anyone?
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unintelligiBill says:

Still not working right, I have gone back to the old version.
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youpidou says:

Doesn't work for me, API TIMEOUT: flickr.auth._getFrob(rsp); at line 1227. :-(
This is from work, so maybe the tool doesn't take proxy config into account?
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oregonia6 says:

Flickr used to be simple.  But they just couldn't leave it alone.  So now when I select a photo to upload, nothing happens.
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oregonia6 says:

Forgot to mention that I'm using OS X 10.4.8.
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iansand says:

Dr. Keats Yep.
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bruce-p says:

The app works fine from home, must be firewall issues at the office...
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Autumn Welles says:

I'm having the "never-ending spinning" problem here. I'm running Mac OS X 10.4, and didn't install the beta beforehand.

Error: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x80520012 (NS_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND) [nsILocalFileMac.fileSize]" nsresult: "0x80520012 (NS_ERROR_FILE_NOT_FOUND)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://uploadr/content/file.js :: anonymous :: line 64" data: no]
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/file.js
Line: 66

Error: threads.gm has no properties
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/threads.js
Line: 55

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patdivenii says:

Here's one glaring bug that's screwed me over twice tonight...

If you accidentally attempt to exit the program while uploading, a dialog box gives you two options:

'Yes, quit...', and 'Cancel'

The bug is that no matter which option you choose, the program quits.
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richpix  says:

uploader.jpg

Mac OS 10.4.11

Not working, obviously. I uploaded the screen grab with version 2.2 of the uploader on another machine.
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dotdean says:

Error: API TIMEOUT: flickr.auth._checkToken(rsp);
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 1227

Error: UPLOAD TIMEOUT: 0
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 274

Error: UPLOAD TIMEOUT: 0
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 274

Error: API TIMEOUT: flickr.people._getUploadStatus(rsp);
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 1227

Error: API TIMEOUT: flickr.utils._logUploadStats(rsp);
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 1227


try to login and to upload a photo behind proxy :( newest version
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Kyudos says:

Deleting the description in the Uploadr doesn't seem to work - I had to delete it again once I got to Flickr (before 'Saving this batch').
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richpix  says:

To add to the weirdness, the photos I dragged into uploader 3 did successfully upload despite thumbnails never being created in the uploader. I don't know when in the process the Upload button showed up, but there it was.

Then I attempted to upload another and the Upload button wouldn't show up. I give up for now.
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Leo Reynolds says:

I'm happily running V2.3. If I install V3 will it remove V2.3 or will they run side by side?
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matt says:

Richard: I have narrowed it down a little more; the problem is certainly the gm component. If I replace the current gm.dylib and flIGM.xpt with the versions from the beta, thumbnails work just great.

I would try to narrow it down a little further, but there's a header file missing from the source download (flIGM.h), that seems to define some necessary stuff, so I can't even start to build the GM bits. (That's why I had to go through the back door and just copy over the files from the previous version)

Again, hope this helps a bit.
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phrend says:

Does v3 allow me to edit/save meta data (tags, caption, etc.) within my local files, or does it just add meta data to the uploaded files? If it saves the meta data to my local files it'll be a winner in my book!

Thanks!
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myfear says:

ok: Anybody having upload / connection problems (Corporate FW or something else)

1. Edit Uploader prefs file. Typically, you’ll find it in:
C:\Programm Files\Flickr Uploadr\defaults\preferences\prefs.js

2. Add the following lines to this file:

pref('network.proxy.http', 'your.proxy.org');
pref('network.proxy.http_port', 1234);
pref('network.proxy.type', 1);

Where you fill in the needed values for your proxy server and port (printed in bold) Do not (!) use a protocoll for the proxy ... simply the host name!

..oO(make kopies of the original in case I did something wrong :-D)

Working for me, btw!
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madhavaji says:

I can't actually sign in. When I do I am prompted to 'authorise' with Flickr, which I do, the app then hangs. If I re-start I am re-prompted to 'authorise' and more hanging.

The error console show this ...

Error: [Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x80004005 (NS_ERROR_FAILURE) [nsIHandlerInfo.launchWithURI]" nsresult: "0x80004005 (NS_ERROR_FAILURE)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://uploadr/content/ui.js :: anonymous :: line 314" data: no]
Source File: chrome://uploadr/content/api.js
Line: 1060

Anyone got any ideas?
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mister picture says:

PLEASE help me. When I double click the shortcut nothing happens. The program does not open. Although it does exist in the task manager. I'm running XP SP2. Please help.
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~.charlie.~ ... says:

it seems a bit slower to upload but overall it's FANTASTIC!!!!
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