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May 27th, 2004, 07:53 AM
I'd like to know if the PP support complex script and right to left languages.
June 22nd, 2004, 12:34 PM
Okay ........I found the answer.....thank you anyway.....
I wonder,is your service going to be like this after I bought PP...
June 22nd, 2004, 01:00 PM
For your information the Photopost Support Personel do not monitor the general information forum usually. This is just that a general forum to talk about anything
Support is provided in support forums only.
Before You Buy
If you had posted your post in Before You Buy I bet you would have recieved an answer on this.
As far as the answer since Photopost has language templates you could design your own which uses right to left order if that is what you want. As far as complex script. Photopost is a complex script ;) The software is coded in PHP and open and templatized so you can customize it.
September 12th, 2004, 04:15 AM
allow me to disagree Omegatron
I have asked for a paid support to do things easy to do if this script was written the way other scripts are done, I agree authers have the write the way they like, and that this is a great script, but I dont agree on the unanswered posts and the quots for modification and then not doing it.
Look all around the forum and see how many satisfied client you have, I dont regret buying the script, but I hope I was told that whoever sold it to me is busy spending my money and he will take ages to answer, beleive me I would accept that.
Answers like "you have to modefy this file" or "the code you need to change is in this file" are not acceptable, If I know what they are talking about I would've written my own script.
I think our own solotion here is to help each other and never wait for support, or buy a different script, nad thats what am doing.
September 13th, 2004, 05:45 AM
yes hani I agree, I am looking now for another software, but until I find agood one with good support we should help each other.
September 13th, 2004, 08:10 AM
"never wait for support"
While you are entitled to your opinion, I think it's way off the mark as far as support is concerned. Look in the actual support forums and you'll see that threads are very active and support personnel are involved in every thread. Given the number of forums, some are given a higher priority (installation, bugs) than others (general discussion).
Customization of any script beyond what it provides may involve some changes; this is the same for all scripts. Many users never touch a line of code in our script; others want to do things that fall outside the script and mod theirs to the 9's.
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