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can't get Flickr to accept my photos to an existing album

Posted on 2014-04-23
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I set up a Flickr account, then created an album, everthing went fine.

Then I wanted to add additional pictures to that album, but it's not working. When I drag over a photo, it jumps a link that shows the local location of the file. But when I initially set up the album, I just dragged and dropped the pic's.

Here's the screen that should accept the photos:
drag and drop screen
but when I drag the pic there, it jumps to the local location of the file:
Flickr copy result
I even re-booted my machine, with same result.
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Question by:Alaska Cowboy
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Paul Sauvé earned 250 total points
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Open flickr.com, sign in and click on the Upload menu option.

Drag the images you want to upload to the Upload page.

Now, click on the Add to albums option

Select the album you want to add the new images to...Add to Flickr album
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by:Alaska Cowboy
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ahhh, that worked great, thanks so much. I googled this and had gotten stuck on another link, missed the Upload link.

Thanks !
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