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ryans
September 27th, 2005, 06:21 PM
I'm sure you hate to see this topic.

Here is my setup.

Vb 3.0.7 60,000 registered users.
photopost 5.12 (15,000 Photos) 17 Million Views
coppermine 1.35 (46,000 Files, 294 Galleries, 13 Categories)

I'd like to be able to import both systems into one system and I was thinking of using the VBadvanced Gallery. I hate to buy another product and not have it be able to import in etc. and then be useless for me. This seems like very nice software.

Is there any money back guarantee on this? I'm not looking for any freebies, just something that I can get to work with some tweaking of course.

pennylessz28
September 27th, 2005, 06:26 PM
You can import from photopost.

I was orginally using it.

mholtum
September 28th, 2005, 08:03 AM
and no there are no money back guarentee's..

KW802
September 28th, 2005, 09:25 AM
Is there any money back guarantee on this? I'm not looking for any freebies, just something that I can get to work with some tweaking of course.Ryans,

As a rule of thumb most online software offerings don't offer a money-back policy because of the nature of the product; there is no physical product being exchanged so from a seller's perspective there is no guarantee that the product isn't actually being used.

With that said.... Any requests for a refund are handled on a one-by-one basis by Brian. Normally if a person is working on an installation of a product like Gallery and if they run into problems then they are worked with to try everything possible to get the product up & running.

There is an importer available for PhotoPost and an importer for Coppermine. I am not aware, though, of somebody doing multiple imports into a single instance of Gallery. Before you make your purchase I'd recommend submitting a Support Ticket to have Brian review the details first (assuming that he doesn't reply within this thread).

Brian
September 28th, 2005, 11:52 AM
Unfortunatly there's not going to be a good way to import both PhotoPost and Coppermine to the same installation. I'm not sure if it would be possible to import the two first though and then import them into vBa Gallery. If you could get the two imported first though then there shouldn't be any probelms importing them into vBa Gallery afterwards.