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Options that affect how ProofBuddy handles images.
Thumbnail Columns and Rows: How many columns and rows of images are displayed on each page. Note that there is the possibility that the theme can ignore this setting.
Child album Columns and Rows (Pro Only): The number of columns and rows displayed when listing child albums. Like the thumbnail columns and rows, there is no requirement that the theme uses this value, although they typically will.
Image Height / Width: The max dimensions, in pixels, of an image. The image will be resized to fit within the box that these two dimensions define and will maintain its proportions. For example, a 2400x3600 pixel image will scale into a 600x600 limit and be 400x600 pixels.
Thumbnail Height / Width: The max dimensions, in pixels, of the thumbnails. Like the image height & width, the thumbnails will scale proportionally to fit within the box defined by these two dimensions.
Image Conversions: Select whether you’d like to use ImageMagick or the GD Library for your image conversions. Typically ImageMagick is a better option, but not every server supports it. GD is almost universally available.
ImageMagick Path: The path to the ImageMagick convert command. You can normally leave this option empty as most servers are setup to not need it. One notable exception is GoDaddy.
Sepia Threshold: Allows you to adjust how your images are sepia toned. See this page for more information.
Attachment extensions (Pro Only): The file extensions that can be attached to pricing options.
Check user before serving: If selected, the script that displays images will double check that the user is logged in before showing the image. This keeps a visitor from copying the path directly to an image and sending it to someone else without the passcode.
Transparent Overlay (Pro Only): Puts a transparent GIF on top of the fullsized images. This will typically block visitors from being able to right click save, copy and paste, or print your images.
Note that this may not work with all themes.
Watermark (Pro Only): Allows you to upload an image to watermark your images with. While this supports both JPG and PNG we highly suggest using only a PNG with transparency so that as much of your image as possible shows through.