Q: When I create a slideshow and upload to website. I then save the project to a network drive. I have 4 other users with the software but the only person that can open the file is me. How can I get other users to be able to use the template I created and publish?
A: Visual SLideshow project file stored settings of your gallery only (information about
template, image resolution, etc), it does not include images.
So if you saved you project as .vislb file and decide to edit created gallery, all the
images should be in the same folders/directories they were, when you saved .vislb file.
Otherwise, if you replaced or deleted images .vislb project file won't open correctly.
Anyway you can try to correct(check) paths to images in .vislb file.
Just open it in any text editor and find the following code:
<Images> <Image> <url>D:/Images/leaves/frosty.jpg</url> <title>frosty</title> </Image> <Image> <url>D:/Images/leaves/geranium-leaves.jpg</url> <title>geranium-leaves</title> </Image> <Image> <url>D:/Images/leaves/leaf.jpg</url> <title>leaf</title> </Image> </Images>
Check values used for <url> tags.
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