Flickr upload plug-in for 12.32 -- anyone have the install file and be willing to share

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I just had a clean re-install of 12.32 done at work and I've lost the Flickr plug-in.  It's been VERY useful and I'd really like to see if someone can make the installation file available to me.  It's an educational use. 
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Hi there

I think you can get it from the link below:

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Hi Rick -- thanks so much... I got the file... I tried to install but it wont handshake/connect w Flickr. I know Flickr has changed its site so that could be it.... the START authorization step just gets to a "you don't have permission to view this page" message on Flickr.... darn it... it's been one of the most useful work processes I've used w Snagit (the link that the Accessory kicks back goes into my Learning Management System...).  I may have to buy space on the Techsmith site and see if that will work for me.  If you have any ideas on why it won't work share them... but otherwise thanks a ton for the plug in.  

Are the PowerPoint and Word plug-ins available from the same wayback site?

Cheers (on a Friday night!)

Richard

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LOL, looks like I just copied the direct download link.

Try this one. I think it's to the page listing all the add ins.

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Thanks for this link -- I went and grabbed all of the ones i've been using.  I haven't solved the Flickr thing.... but I did try the Snagit 13 WORD Plug in from the Techsmith site... it screwed things up and now Snagit won't start at all.  I will have to get a tech at work to uninstall and re-install and then try the plug-ins I've downloaded.  Thanks for taking the time to send me that link to the whole page.  I've made a note of the WayBack Machine route.  I am curious as to how you knew the page to look for.... nice work, in any event.
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I've used the Wayback machine for years. It's a valuable resource and I'd heartily encourage others to also support it with a donation. I'm not sure if it's still going on, but a couple of weeks back they were having some kind of a donor match.

But enough about that. Once you use it to look at older versions of web sites, it often becomes pretty easy to even navigate those old sites to related pages. And I've done research on various sites there. So it wasn't much of a stretch to think they had a copy of this stuff there. The real trick was figuring out which date of the site snapshot may have what we were looking for.

Cheers... Rick :)
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Rick -- I couldn't get Snagit to function in the same seamless way.  It's the Flickr API that's the issue, I fear. I asked Techsmith for support but 12.3 is legacy and so they require a maintenance agreement.  What's great, though, is I found an alternative w the same seamless integration -- it's called GREENSHOT.  Open source... not as slick as Snagit especially on the editing side but it's the integration workflow I wanted. If you are interested, let me know and I will share when I've made a video for my community.  Cheers,  Richard
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Rick -- one more quick follow-up.  I've been using Snagit to do capture/annotation and then Greenshot (hot key to grab and shoot straight to Flickr) to get image onto a site w a durable link on clipboard. Sorted -- at least for now.