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@Aman Thank you. Let me try it out
Thanks Aman. I discovered the slide ability and was happy this feature was added/discovered.
@pmagelah: We do have mobile apps. You can get them from here http://www.projectnoah.org/mobile@Heather: You don't need to do that. You upload your batch and then drag the images to represent the correct order. To do that, click on an image, hold your mouse button down and move it to desired positioning. This is also possible with the tags that an spotting is assigned. Let me know you need further directions.
I havent seen the option of loading via email. I would also love it if it is possible on phone. Sometimes am in very remote areas and get great spots but I have to wait till I reach town (after several days) to be able to load them. Non the less I will keep trying my best
I have switched to uploading 1 picture. Then editing the spotting with the additional photos. This tends to keep them in a little better order with the 1st picture being the main photo, and the rest may get jumbled out of order (132456 instead of 123456, but at least it gets uploaded mostly correct.
That's a really good suggestion. I'll look into it.
Is there an upload via email feature for those remote uploading regions?
It could be the internet connection there in Uganda. I know I had problems with it too when I was there.
That is good, am having problems uploading. sometimes it takes up to 30 minutes to upload and sometimes it fails completely
I've combined your two photos into this spotting and deleted the other one. Sorry to hear you're having trouble. Are you having trouble uploading or downloading photos?
I seem to have a problem with my system, it is very slow especially when i load more than one spoting
These are great photos of this chameleon but you don't need to create a separate spotting for each one. You can load up to 5 photos per spotting.
Spotted on Jul 21, 2010 Submitted on Jun 17, 2011
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