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  1. I upload at times on weekends. Last night (Sunday night) before bed, I uploaded 78 images (United States - Mountain Time). Usually it takes until the following Thursday to get the images reviewed and back from QC. This morning, I woke up and the images had already been reviewed. Images were uploaded, keyworded, and ready for the next update within 12 hours. That's just truly amazing and a far cry from the old days when we would send in CDs via mail carrier with 48mb TIFF files. I don't know how much caffeine these image reviewers have had but wow...very impressive.
  2. Most software allows the use of the ctrl-z shortcut to correct mistakes and slips of the finger (it undoes the previous action). Unfortunately this doesn't work in Manage Images (although other short cuts, such as ctrl-v for paste, do). I've lost count of the number of times my fingers slipped and I lost the keyword I was cutting and pasting from, say, comprehensive keywords to main keywords! Is this just a Windows problem, or is it a problem across the board? Dealing with this would be very helpful in improving efficiency and productivity.
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