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|19th November 2009||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Los Altos, CA
About becoming a "Subscriber" member and increasing your image storage space
A subscriber member gets 1GB of image storage in a special subscriber gallery. In this gallery, a member can create multiple albums and even sub-albums within any album. The cost for this service is $30 per year, and payment can be made to jack-at-getdpi-dot-com with the subject being "Subscriber Membership." Please be sure to include your forum username so I upgrade the proper account!
Once received Jack will create your new gallery, change your user title and permissions to allow you access. He will also move any/all of your existing regular member gallery images into your new special gallery. Once in that gallery you are free to create albums and upload or move images around different albums as you see fit.
Note that the commands for managing your albums are not intuitive. Here are a few tips to get you familiar with using the gallery editing options:
1) To move the images, go to the image in question and click it to bring it up large size. You will see a tool at the upper right labelled "Image Tools". Inside here you'll see "Edit Image". Click on that and scroll down to beneath the image and just select whichever album you want it in from the dropdown for "category".
2) You can delete an image under the same "Image Tools" dropdown by selecting "Delete Image" then doing the double-confirm to delete.
3) To create or move albums, use the "My Stuff > Category Admin" option in the tool bar running along the top but under the main forum tool bar. Here you can add, edit, delete or rename any of your albums. You can even nest albums by selecting the proper "parent" album to place it in.
Hope this helps gets you started!
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