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I know that flickr is integrated into Preview, and also know about the upload to flickr app, but was wondering if there is a simple right click, upload to flickr app available for the Mac?

Any help appreciated.
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You meant "iPhoto" not Preview.

I'm sure one could create an easy "upload to Flickr" type service (that's what you want when you say "right click" -- a contextual menu that includes that service) in Automator. Here's an old one that may or may not still work. Give it a try.
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Your right, iPhoto. I will give that one a go, and report back, thanks.! Rep added.
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It appears to be gone, when I click on the download link from that url, it says link broken whoops.
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