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Old 07-24-2014, 03:11 PM   #4
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Default Re: displaying images stored in the cloud using Microsoft's OneDrive

OK testing Dropbox
noted from
Five Best Services For Quick Image Sharing
http://lifehacker.com/5804337/five-b...-image-sharing
where the first one (which happens to be Dropbox) was voted most popular
If you're already using the popular file-syncing application Dropbox, you can simply drop any image into your public folder, grab the public link (which you can do from the right-click context menu), and share. While it's not strictly for image sharing, Dropbox certainly does the trick. Dropbox has mobile apps for iOS and Android, and easy-to-access folders on your Mac or PC
here are the three images (as copied from my unsuccessful posting below back to my hard drive's dropbox public folder








Again all three appear in my preview window, any luck Char???
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