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+Upload To Imgur is a simple custom Output plugin for the [Bug Shooting](http://www.bugshooting.com/) screen capture utility that allows sending of captured images to the [Imgur](http://imgur.com) image hosting service.
+The Output plugin is written in C# using Visual Studio 2013 Premium and targetting the .NET Framework 3.5.
+In order to compile the project, you'll need to be use that you have a reference to the BS.Output.dll file included within the Bug Shooting utility's folder. You can further information on this file by visiting the [Bug Shooting API Reference documentation](https://bugshooting.fogbugz.com/default.asp?W34#toc_4).
+You must also be sure to compile the project for the x86 platform otherwise Bug Shooting will crash when you try to add the plugin.
+Once you have compiled the project, you must copy the resulting `UploadToImgur.dll` file into the necessary place in order for Bug Shooting to be able to use the plugin. The exact folder that you should copy the `UploadToImgur.dll` file to is documented within the [Bug Shooting API Reference Documentation](https://bugshooting.fogbugz.com/default.asp?W34#toc_5). Note that you must shut-down Bug Shooting and restart it before you are able to add the new plugin to your list of configured outputs.
+Once you have added the Upload To Imgue plugin to your list of configured plugins within Bug Shooting, you'll be required to enter your Imgur `Client ID`. In order to get an Imgur Client ID, you must have an account on the Imgur website. Once you're logged in to your Imgur account, you must create a new application which will generate both a `Client ID` and a `Client Secret`.
+The `Client Secret` is not required for the Upload To Imgur plugin, but the `Client ID` must be entered in the textbox on the configuration screen.
+Once your `Client ID` has been entered, the Upload To Imgur plugin will show in your list of configured plugins.
+From here, you can now click the Upload to Imgur icon which will upload the currently displayed screen capture to the Imgur website.
+Once the upload is complete, the plugin will open your default browser and open the URL to your newly uploaded image.