Chris, sorry for the late reply - I somehow missed your posting. We do provide the threshold PPI for each product size/aspect ratio. Look in "Learn About Our Products", under "Get Great Results." The short version:
10"x12.5" and smaller: 125 ppi
10"x30" and larger: 90 ppi
Everything in between: 100 ppi
Don't know if you noticed, but if you mouse over the red/green indicators in the crop tool, it tells you the crop size in pixels. If the crop is below the minimum size, it also tells you the minimum size in pixels.
I also see the updates Jurgen mentioned, all seems to be working correctly now. Probably one of the best utilizations of a flash site I've seen.
we have added support for categories/subcategories to the list of features we are working on. It's not a huge thing but it is not trivial either. We'll try to get that out with the next maintenance release.
I like your other suggestions, too (alphabetical and exclude empties) and I am wondering if we should have a simple option selector for how the customer wants to see the albums: alphabetically versus categories and with or without empties. Thoughts?
Mike Lane wrote:
... it appears you don't ship to APO addresses. :cry ...
Well, its been about 2 weeks since I placed my order and Istill have nto recieved it nor any confirmation.
Allen, your fotoflōt should be shipped tomorrow and you'll receive it on Monday, which will be two weeks from your order on November 5th. We're currently producing once per week and for an order that arrives just after our cutoff date it can take two weeks from order to receipt of product. We'll move to producing twice per week as soon as we can.
thanks., looking forward to getting it and showing to people. I would suggest some sort of confirmation e-mail that you have gotten and acknowledge the order.
Allen, you should have gotten an automatic confirmation email shortly after you placed the order. We received a copy, so it did go out. It's possible that the email was filtered by spam software or by gmail. Just to make sure we can get through via email, Jürgen just sent you a test message. Please reply if you get it; otherwise let us know via this channel. Thanks, Tom
My only issue is that when you bend the tabs to move the "frame" off the wall for that floating look, the picture doesn’t stick as well. The magnetic pull is weaker and prone to falling. The limit on other tabs is about 45degrees. Anything more then that I found that the slightest shake (I am a big guy) the image slips.
I'm co-founder of sentiam, a company that has developed fotoflōt,
We liked you guys so much we put you right into our shopping cart
Yup - when you are logged in, you can go to your photo, click "buy this photo" and from the add to cart, you can click "fotoflōt" and you'll be magically transported to fotoflōt, and your photo info will be there, too.
This is very cool! I assume that the final prints will not be watermarked (the watermarks show up on fotoflot).
Does the 10% discount apply to Prints off of Sentiam as well??
I did not see anything here on the Archival Quality of these prints. Direct sun, no sun, being they are not behind glass does this effect them adversely? Have you done any accelerated testing on them yet? I would like to offer these as an option for my sales but if the print is going to have faded in 20 years from exposure.....