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    Direct Links to .stks and .pivs - How To

    It's an easy process to do, once you know how to do it, so here's a short tutorial teaching you how to get direct links to your stks and pivs.

    Okay first of all, upload the file to Filecram.com.

    I'll use my Bolt-Def2.stk as an example:

    I uploaded that and got this:
    Click the embedded file link and you'll get this:

    Bolt-Def2.stk

    Type: Downloadable File | Size: 362 (bytes) | Submitted: 09/08/07

    Download file in:
    Your Download Is Ready

    Click Here to Download File
    Now right click on "Click Here to Download File" and select:

    In Firefox: Copy Link Location
    In Internet Explorer: Copy Shortcut

    Now you have a link to your .stk in your copy/paste clipboard, like this:
    http://www.filecram.com/files/force.php ... t-Def2.stk

    I suggest making it easier to remember and access by removing "force.php?files=" so you have this:
    http://www.filecram.com/files/Bolt-Def2.stk

    Congratulations! .stk link!

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    OR

    You can use pivothost and it does that for you, making life a buttload easier.

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    You could decide that you can't be bothered with Pivothost and their registration and folders etc.
    Filecram gives more direct links than Pivothost.

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    Hey nice tut this will help out the beginners alot and clear out the spam pit and other threads ect. good Idea as well.

    Btw: quick question or comment really I noticed that when I go to your site it wont let me click on anything its like "frozen" or somthing but just look into it for me thanks.
    [center:yk9ruu5q]Hbz, Looks sexy in vip blue doesnt it?
    [img]http://**********.com/img/1246928542.gif[/img]
    Credits to Chance! for the avatar and signature.
    [img]http://**********.com/img/1249185252.jpg[/img][/center:yk9ruu5q]

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    You use IE6. http://www.getfirefox.com to view it (You could have AOL Browser or something too, it has the same effect).

    You won't get those problems in V4.

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    Bolt, I must apologize for that unecessary and rude post back there. I have anger issues when I'm tired. I try not to give myself a bad rep around here, but yeah...

    This is a great tut. It's awsome how you found out how to do this. Thanks for the info Bolt.


    Bolt: Hehe, *forgavens*

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    Yup. This is annoying when you need more directing than is needed. Thanks Bolt...

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    I insist on using filepact. its better because It doesn't delete your files:

    You have your files on filecram: You say, "I think I'll delete my files, because I have them all backed up on the internet." Filecram computer bot says: "I'll delete these files since their old" You say, "Oh noes! where is my files! Damnit"

    You have your files on filepact: You say, "I think I'll delete my files, because I have them all backed up on the internet." Filepact says: "Keep all the files. yayzorz" You say: "Thank god their still their.

    Please ignore the cheesyness of the above example But srsly filepact is 4000000X better.

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    I don't care about which uploader you prefer. I used filecram as an example and you can use the same technique relatively the same on other uploaders.

    Stop posting about your favourite browsers. It's stupid.


 
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