Dealing with Kodak and their system is like dealing with the devil. When I opened up your email the Norton hated the cookie and ran my computer up to near max usage. And all locked up. You Kodak guys need to learn to put your pics in a file on your computer rather that using the program that Kodak wants you to use. Had I known I had to deal with Kodak, you['d be still using those silly thumbnails.
Thanks Jack; I hate that it did a number on your computer; but I really appreciate your help. It is a good gun; just too many shoulder surgeries to let me swing it the way I need to for doubles. Again, I appreciate your help on the pics.
This is a killer deal on a Kolar. Had I not just purchased a combo, I would buy this in a minute. I can't believe it's still on here. I have been telling everyone I know about it........one heck of a buy!
Bill. I am not sure what format Kodak uses to digitally take the picture, but when you put them into the Kodak easy share they go into a bmp format and the TS.com server does not recognize those. So your small pictures are "thumbnails". I have to take your pics and put them in a free server "PhotoBucket" and then copy/paste the url into the dialog box.
Most computers support your camera of choice. Likely that is true for Kodak as well. I did work with the late Paul Sedwick some and I think he had a Kodak. Usually when you hook up your camera cable to your computer and turn on the camera you should get a question as to what/where you want to place the pictures. My recommendation is to put them in file/folder on your desk top. NOT KODAK EASYSHARE
To make a folder, do this:
right click your mouse.
select "new", then select "folder"
Then type in a name
Then when you turn on your camera this folder should show up and you can place your pics in it.
Likely those will be in jpeg format and the TS.com supports jpegs. Just select the pic you want and put it in the Browse box and do download and after your text. Try that and see how yo do.