In Reply to: Photobucket posted by Walt/Tx on December 05, 2017 at 15:59:33:
Walt -yes, you can copy your Photo-Sucket pictures and save them to your desktop/folder for future use elsewhere. It is even better if you have the originals saved already, like from your initial camera library app on your computer. When PB first announced their new policy changes back in June, 2017, up until then if you wanted to download your entire album, all you needed to do was scroll down the right side and find the entire menu to do so. Once you initiated the procedure, it would send you your entire album in a Zip File via email. When PB got wind that many free account holders were doing that and taking their business elsewhere, they put a kibosh on the activity making it so it would not work, and at last check, still wasn't working, with many tech support inquiries only getting the reply from them that 'the problem is under review by our team' crapola. You can still copy and save your photos is from there, you just have to do it solo now. Each photo can be opened and then the http copied and saved to your computer. I started to do this but it is a very S-L-O-W process and very time consuming. They know this and figure not many will do that anyway. Once you copy and save an photo from there, if you don't rename it, you will probably lose it or not be able to link it. Many of us have gone to the IMGUR site now, but chances are they may go to a pay as you go policy sometime in the future too. Just for the heck of it, you should first try to download your entire album and see what happens.