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eBay Plugin for iPhoto?


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My mom is switching from Windows - duh!

So, I'm hoping there's an easy way to get her ebay pictures onto ebay.
iPhoto looks like the best bet for ease of use. But Once the pictures are in iPhoto exporting them somewhere might be a pain to her and add an extra step.

The problem with dragging them off the camera into the Pictures folder, is she'll never delete them off the camera or the hard drive.
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I find it is so much easier to drag them to the desktop when you are ready to upload to eBay. You can then select them from there, and just drag into trash once upped.
Exporting direct form iPhoto is a real pain.

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I find it is so much easier to drag them to the desktop when you are ready to upload to eBay. You can then select them from there, and just drag into trash once upped.
Exporting direct form iPhoto is a real pain.
I agree, that is the best method. I can't wait to teach her that. My family tend to be technological buffoons.

However, there is en ebay plugin called GarageSale. It isn't free though so I think dragging to the desktop is the way to go.
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