New File Uploader!

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  1. UV Street

    UV Street Senior Member

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    What is the d/l link it gave you?
     
  2. UV Street

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    This has been moved around too much and I havn't really gotten much feedback on it. As in what to change and add so bump :)
     
  3. .DeFuZioN

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    you should add psds to uploadable filetypes.
     
  4. UV Street

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    Though you might want to rar them. That makes them smaller ;) thats why rars and zips only, because they are much smaller and can be password protected. But I'll work on that ;)
     
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    wtf this is advertising!!!
     
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    Ohh...Nice street, finally a quick RAR uploader, imageshack can do zips if you register. but maybe change the unlimited file size...(Well, big file size)
     
  8. UV Street

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    Okay, 2 mods posted here and left this open I'm pretty sure its not advertising so stop spamming damnit.

    t3rm, you add the file name after

    http://www.extremegamehacks.com/street24/uploads

    so your url would be
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    http://www.extremegamehacks.com/street24/uploadsToys\"R\"Us Font.zip
     
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    Uhm... it's a service your providing without having to register or pay a fee. So, it's not advertising... but it is computing... why, and who was it that moved it back into general?
     
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    No idea..moving back to computer :)
     
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    Okay, 2 mods posted here and left this open I'm pretty sure its not advertising so stop spamming damnit.

    t3rm, you add the file name after

    http://www.extremegamehacks.com/street24/uploads

    so your url would be
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    http://www.extremegamehacks.com/street24/uploadsToys\"R\"Us Font.zip
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    actualy its
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    http://www.extremegamehacks.com/street24/download.php?file=Building Prefab for SDK.zip
    eg.
    http://www.extremegamehacks.com/street24/d...20for%20SDK.zip
     
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    how many mb is 10000000 50000000000000000 bytes
     
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    nice man... i wish i could get my own folder since i upload a crap load of stuff... ill try it out tomorrow... to busy now :)
     
  14. UV Street

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    No clue but it should be enough for most files.
     
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    No clue but it should be enough for most files. [/b][/quote]
    Well, you divide that by 1024, or 1000 twice (depending on which side of the discrepancy your server takes).

    1024 bytes in a kilobyte
    1024 kilobytes in a megabyte

    -or-

    1000 bytes in a kilobyte
    1000 kilobytes in a megabyte

    Like I said, depends on how the server is set-up. ;)
     

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