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Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult? 
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Joined: Thu Mar 17, 2011 5:36 pm
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Post Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
I'm pretty sure there is a setting for this... (hope)

Whilst my sales assistant was showing the photographs to customers who had just been photographed, I started on the next group in the queue. The problem she had, was that every time a took a new photograph, the one she was shown a customer jumped to the one I had just taken.

Whilst it was nice to see an immediate preview on the big screen, it was a pain in the a*s for her. So is there a way to stop this happening?


Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:04 pm WWW

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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
In the set-up options > capture > tethered you will find a check box to replace workshop image with new image (or words to that effect) simply uncheck this box.

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Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:15 pm WWW
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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
Sorry its a shaky line. Arm in bandages.


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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
Perfect! Thanks!!


Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:22 pm WWW
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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
Hello!
I use ED core 9.0
1.Go to ''Setup'' module.
2.Go to Capture options/Tethered Capture/Tethered Camera

Dialog ''Camera Processing Options'' opens
3. Go down till ''Do you want to replace the workshop photo?''...
4. Tick ''NO''


Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:26 pm WWW
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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
Sorry to be late! :rofl:


Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:28 pm WWW
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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
Yanis wrote:
Sorry to be late! :rofl:

better late than never :D

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Wed Nov 02, 2011 12:48 pm WWW
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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
ian griffiths wrote:
Sorry its a shaky line. Arm in bandages.


Longer arms for...er...more pulling power? ;)

...hope not too sore and heals well :)

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Wed Nov 02, 2011 1:46 pm WWW
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Post Re: Newest photo makes sales persons job difficult?
Hi Richard,

Surgery was on Friday, took me a few days to fully shake off the anesthetic still have gaps in Saturday I can't account for and I wasn't asleep?

My elbow and forearm is bruised, swollen, stiff and sore, sounds like a great night out!

Now have about 30 degrees of movement and getting more as each day goes by, hoping to be able to use a camera by next week. (Yes they taught me that too!)

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