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Photos Aren't Uploading


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1st. I have a photoshow I uploaded in 2011 and it has had 83 views. Now all the photos are in an uploading status, you know the grey box with a revolving arrow. Also a show I'm currently making does the same thing with the photos, they don't seem to upload. I have several other shows that are working fine. Color me confused

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Don't be confused; read some of the more recent threads. If the PhotoShow is showing a revolving box ( after the title Page) or the image is grayed out, then it may be lost forever.

 

Is you membership current?

 

Are you trying to upload pictures that are higher definition that previous (new camera)?

 

Download the desktop version of PhotoShow 6 and make your PhotoShow in that (unless you are using a MAC). Upload the PhotoShow that you made to your membership page. It will be better and faster.

 

Note: The PhotoShow site has been up and down and has had a myriad of issues. It may be currently in one of the problem phases. I don't have time to try it for you.

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Download the desktop version of PhotoShow 6 and make your PhotoShow in that (unless you are using a MAC). Upload the PhotoShow that you made to your membership page. It will be better and faster.

 

I did this and got the new show working. Thank You

 

I hope the old show I did in in 2011 starts working again. I don't think I could figure out the photos and the order they're in.

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The program is broken. Have you read any of the more recent posts? Are you using the desktop version or the on-line version? The on-line version has been broken for a couple of years. If that is what you are using, download the desktop version AND all the PhotoShows you now have on-line and then demand your money back. You will still be able to use the program and burn DVD from the video files created.

 

Unless it starts hurting their pocket book, they have no incentive to fix the program or shut down that service entirely.

 

Good luck.

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