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« on: November 27, 2009, 02:53 »
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I was just trying to update my port. a bit on FeaturePics and for some reason can't figure out how to attach multiple release to an image in the bulk edit mode.  Any suggestions?


« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2009, 05:55 »
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I was just trying to update my port. a bit on FeaturePics and for some reason can't figure out how to attach multiple release to an image in the bulk edit mode.  Any suggestions?

Yes: select (or upload) release 1, click "apply release" > page will refresh.
select (or upload) release 2, click "apply release" > page will refresh.
etc...

On the last (or single) release, you don't need to click "apply release", just "save" or "submit".

« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2009, 06:54 »
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why bother with non-selling site? :)

« Reply #3 on: November 27, 2009, 07:00 »
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I was just trying to update my port. a bit on FeaturePics and for some reason can't figure out how to attach multiple release to an image in the bulk edit mode.  Any suggestions?

Yes: select (or upload) release 1, click "apply release" > page will refresh.
select (or upload) release 2, click "apply release" > page will refresh.
etc...

On the last (or single) release, you don't need to click "apply release", just "save" or "submit".


that's the thing - there is no 'apply release' button.  Just the selector box (or upload) then a 'submit' button.

hmm.. perhaps MikLav's advice is to be taken.  It is not worth spending much time figuring it out.

« Reply #4 on: November 27, 2009, 11:37 »
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that's the thing - there is no 'apply release' button.  Just the selector box (or upload) then a 'submit' button.

1. "Apply release" link (not button, sorry).
2. List of already attached releases.

Note: you cannot do this in bulk mode, only image by image.
hmm.. perhaps MikLav's advice is to be taken.  It is not worth spending much time figuring it out.



FP made me more than: LuckyOliver, Zymmetrical, Crestock, Cutcaster, MostPhotos, YAYmicro. It's the fastest site to upload to after MostPhotos and YAYmicro.
In its good days, it gave about one download per 2-3 weeks for me (7$ each). Begin this year, it virtually went dead. There seems to be a very slow recovery now but I wouldn't upload a full port any more from scratch.
« Last Edit: November 27, 2009, 11:55 by FD-amateur »


 

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