(400) Bad Request when trying to use 'Upload to Imgur'

  • Doran Copeland

    Doran Copeland - 2015-10-02

    I've used the Upload To Imgur for a long time now with no issues. Always goes right Imgur. Click the little notification box and I grab the link. Just recently it has stopped working. When I click Upload to Imgur I get the pop saying connecting then another one saying 'An error occured while uploading to Imgur: The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request'. Anyone started to get this error or know how to fix it?

  • Robin Krom

    Robin Krom - 2015-10-02


    actually I don't understand what is going on, we usually have a few issues at the end of the month as there are so many users that we have reached a certain limit but never we have been blocked at the start of the month.

    As we are not so much active on sourceforge, here you can follow any news on the topic:

    Either you keep an eye on it or you register yourself with our Jira-System and add yourself as watcher.

    Best wishes,

  • orangine

    orangine - 2015-10-04

    came here to report the same thing - error 400 upon uploading to imgur (anonymous access)

  • Robin Krom

    Robin Krom - 2015-10-05

    Make sure you download Greenshot, see here why: https://greenshot.atlassian.net/browse/BUG-1835
    And try removing your credentials, see here: https://greenshot.atlassian.net/browse/BUG-1833
    Let us know if this works.

    • ro32xx

      ro32xx - 2015-10-05

      Worked for me thanks.
      Created an imgur account.
      Turned off anonymous access in Greenshot, and inserted imgur credentials.
      Many thanks

      Last edit: ro32xx 2015-10-05
  • Robin Krom

    Robin Krom - 2015-10-05

    Thanks for reporting this back :)
    Will try to make it more stable in 1.3.x

  • Ishmum

    Ishmum - 2015-10-08

    Unfortunately, I unchecked anonymous and was sent to a non-working login page.


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