January 19, 2014 at 6:41 pm #843
I have uploaded hundreds of images to my on-development site and have noticed that I had blogee size set to 250. My fault! I changed this setting to 400 and selected ‘Update ALL existing images with new values? Caution! ‘. Now I see that all the previously uploaded images show the new size correctly but I’m not sure if the image itself is at 400 or still at 250px. The Symbiostock help page says ‘Size settings that will be applied to images on upload. These cannot (yet) be changed after uploading, so be sure to choose something that fits your portfolio’s average image size, or change these settings before uploading an image batch’
Now I’m worried all my images already uploaded may have the blogee size labeled as 400 but actually set at 250 if anyone downloads any of them.
Any experience?January 19, 2014 at 6:55 pm #8561
I did the same when I have created my site and Leo told me the size is replaced. Do a test: buy an image from your site in Blogee size and check the size when you download it.January 19, 2014 at 7:00 pm #8562
Thank you Ezeepics. I’m in the final stage just checking the functionality of my site and have been ‘selling’ images to my wife today to check paypal and email replies and stuff like that. I will ask her to purchase another image then 🙂January 19, 2014 at 9:12 pm #8563
I believe that image sizes are created upon purchase. So it doesn’t matter what the settings were at the time of upload.January 19, 2014 at 9:45 pm #8564
Thank you ShazamImages, this makes a lot of sense.January 20, 2014 at 11:49 pm #8565
The Symbiostock help page says ‘Size settings that will be applied to images on upload. These cannot (yet) be changed after uploading, so be sure to choose something that fits your portfolio’s average image size, or change these settings before uploading an image batch’
That quote is definitely misleading. It must be a left-over from the very early days of Symbiostock when resizing after upload indeed didn’t work.
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