Hi IIXtremeHansen, very nice photos/parts you have!
Regarding posting photos, I use flickr as well, and before they changed the format, you could very easily retreive the BB code, html, img link, etc. you wanted...now you do not have the option to choose what you want. I had to find a way to do it manually. Trust me, once you do it a couple times, it becomes second nature. This is what I do currently (until they change it back to easily choosing formats we want):
Here is what each photo link should look like when you post them (delete stars):
This is how to post each image, using the Chrome web browser:
1. Navigate to your photo in flickr (click on it if you are in gallery view).
2. Right click on the photo and select: "Inspect element"
3. Press Ctrl-F and input ".jpg" Keep pressing "Enter" until you get to 2 image links that look like this:
<img width="680" height="454" src="//c1.staticflickr.com/3/2908/14127380875_69a848f921_n.jpg" class="low-res-photo" hidden="hidden" style="display: none;"> AND THIS:
<img width="680" height="454" src="//c1.staticflickr.com/3/2908/14127380875_69a848f921_c.jpg" class="main-photo" onload="registerFirstPhoto(this)" style="">
4. Now, the photo you want is the second one of these series, which is the one that has "c.jpg" at the end of the html link. You'll also see which photo is the correct one because when you hover over the "c.jpg" link, the entire photo above elements console will be highlighted.
5. Right click on the 'second link' and choose "Copy link address".
6. Paste it onto your post/reply box. It will look look something like this: https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2908/1412 ... f921_c.jpg
7. Highlight entire pasted "link address": https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2908/1412 ... f921_c.jpg
8. Press "Img" button (located above post/reply box, next to star/List item and before URL/Insert URL), so it looks like this (delete stars):
9. Repeat process for each photo you post on this forum.
Using this method, you also have the ability to save any type of photo, fortunately or unfortunately, if it is "restricted" from being downloaded or not!
Here are your photos (hope you don't mind), using the method I described, in all its glory:
I hope that you or anybody else who uses flickr, and wants to post photos onto this forum will be able to understand these directions.