A couple of months ago, I wrote a bookmarklet to blog all images from a Flickr page. The idea is that you can go to pretty much any Flickr page – perhaps the images you uploaded today – and get the code to post all of them in a blog or forum without having to manually copy that information from each image in turn.
Flickr have since changed their image naming scheme so that the URLs of full-size images are not predictable (in any obvious way) from any property of smaller images.
I’ve now rewritten it into a pretty big bookmarklet (4 912 bytes when URL encoded – does this make it a regular bookmark? A supermarklet?) that uses the Flickr JSONPAPI to look up the names of full-size images.
Output can be provided as linked HTML images, linked HTML images within a LiveJournal LJ-cut, or forum BBCode. Unlike that of the old bookmarklet, the output is presented in a pretty overlay that can be discarded for further browsing.
Using API calls to look up the URL of the full-size image is somewhat slower than the old bookmarklet (which no longer works), but in return, you get fancy visuals – images scheduled for look-up are faded in opacity, and return to full opaqueness once the information is retrieved. If an image stays opaque, that suggests the image in question is non-public.
It works in Firefox. I’ve confirmed it does not work in Safari. I won’t spend time making it compatible, but if someone else wants support in other browsers, please do investigate and post a patch in the comments.