Tom Reichner Posted March 11, 2015 Share Posted March 11, 2015 Hello, fellow contributors! I am brand new to the forum, and also brand new to Alamy.......I am so glad to be part of such a wonderful stock agency! I have a problem with one of my very first images: I don't do keywords, descriptions, or titles all at one sitting. This stuff requires a great amount of focus and concentration for me, and after a few minutes I need to pull away from it and let my head clear for a while......then I'll come back to it and do a little more, then step away again....and so on and so on and so on. So, what happens is that I might have the "manage images" page open for a couple of days, with one of the images partly done and partly undone. Now, the problem with this is that sometimes my computer or internet connection "spaces out" - it gets frozen up and I have to refresh Safari or restart my computer. When this happens, what happens to the "manage images" page is that it gets submitted - whether I was finished keywording or not. It is the same as if I had clicked on the "submit" button. I know that this should not happen, but it does. So I now have an image "for sale" on Alamy that is only partially titled, partially keyworded, and partially described. So I need to go open up that image again on the "manage images" page. Problem is, when I go to "manage images", that image is not there. In fact, the only image there is the one that I have not even started to keyword yet. So, how do I get this image back into a window that allows me to add to the keywords, title, and description? I contribute to another agency, and doing this stuff is no trouble whatsoever. At any time I can go into any of my images and change the keywords around, change the title, etc. I would hope that this is also possible here at Alamy. The keywords, title, and description that are associated to an image should always be able to be changed by the contributor at any time, right? If this is not the case, and for some reason Alamy does not allow the contributor to change these things at will, then I would like to completely remove the image from Alamy, and re-submit it as a new image, and start all over again. How do I do this? Please let me know how to do these things - any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Tom Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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