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Old 04-18-12, 02:15 PM   #1
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Image Save & Upload extension for Chrome?

Here's what I'm trying to do...
I want to be able to right-click on an image on a website, and select a non-existent option that would be called something like "Save & Upload" where it:
1. Saves the image to my Chrome "downloads" folder, then
2. Uploads the image to a selected service (imageshack, flickr, whatever), then
3. Copies the URL of the image (on the selected service, not the original location) to the clipboard so I can paste it anywhere I want afterward.

Does such a thing exist? The intent is to avoid linking to sites that, understandably, don't want people directly embedding their images elsewhere.
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Old 04-18-12, 02:28 PM   #2
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Re: Image Save & Upload extension for Chrome?

I use Awesome Screenshot and am very pleased with it. I think it does everything you want.
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Re: Image Save & Upload extension for Chrome?

^ that one seems to do what I want, but the only downside is that you only have two choices for where to upload the file, and one of them is only temporary. The other is a site I've never heard of (diigo.com), so I'm not keen on signing up.

Thanks though. Other than that, it is a pretty cool extension. The cropping/annotation stuff is sweet.
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Old 04-18-12, 07:07 PM   #4
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Re: Image Save & Upload extension for Chrome?

Check out imgur.
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Re: Image Save & Upload extension for Chrome?

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^ that one seems to do what I want, but the only downside is that you only have two choices for where to upload the file, and one of them is only temporary. The other is a site I've never heard of (diigo.com), so I'm not keen on signing up.

Thanks though. Other than that, it is a pretty cool extension. The cropping/annotation stuff is sweet.
I use it mainly for cropping images. I don't use their storage site either. I just download, then upload to my Google account.
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