Improved Security Captions
We fixed a slight bug in the security captions. Security captions, you will recall, are the automatic imprinting of your web address onto any photos you upload.
Previously, the annotation of your photo occurred BEFORE the image was used to create the thumbnail. This meant that, if your image wasn't large to begin with, the thumbnails would obviously have an annotation also, too small to be legible, but enough to make them look ugly.
We now changed the system so that annotations are added AFTER the thumbnails are created. This means your large sized photos will still have the security captions, nice and beautiful, but the thumbnails will be blemish-free.
|Posted: Sep 21, 2007 16:19 [Permalink]
|Tags: improvements, photos, captions |
Automatically Add Security Captions to Photos
We have improved our Listings Manager further by adding a new feature. Your username and web address is now written automatically onto all images you upload. This will help prevent your images from being copied and used by someone else.
You can even select which part of the image you want your web address to be written onto, from any of the four corners, the top, or the bottom.
If you do not prefer to have your images annotated, you can, however, opt to uncheck annotations when uploading images.
Note that for images which have already been uploaded, you will have to delete them and add them again, as the annotation takes place when the photo is uploaded.
|Posted: Sep 18, 2007 07:34 [Permalink]
|Tags: improvements, photos, listings manager, captions |