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Maybe the suggestions are that I should either:
find a new hobby or
hire a professional to do the web design or
both of the above ? ? ?

Jeff

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Here is a draft of a Gallery that I am preparing, that will serve as a "Tour" of my watch collection. 

http://www.chronophotos.com/tiltviewer/SOTC/08June/

I have not yet written the descriptions of the watches (which will be on the "Flip" sides of the images, but I am wondering whether users might have suggestions, in terms of the Gallery.  Also, the first square will be re-done, to be called "About this Gallery" and to describe the Tour.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!!

Jeff Stein
onthedash@bellsouth.net

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I collect vintage watches, and am preparing a Tiltviewer Gallery that will serve as a "tour" of my collection.  Please understand that the descriptions, on the Flip side, have not yet been written . . . so anything on the Flip side is just playing with the styles, etc.

Still, I would appreciate any advice or recommendations!!

Thanks,

Jeff

http://www.chronophotos.com/tiltviewer/SOTC/08June/

I have just done a first draft of Instructions for using the TiltViewer Gallery.  These are the Instructions that a member of the public would use to navigate the TiltViewer Gallery, which will show a collection of watches.  Here are the Instructions, which will be shown on the Flip-side of one of the images (which will say, "Using this Gallery"). 

I am wondering whether others may have published such Instructions or might have suggestions?

Thanks,

Jeff

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-- Click on any of the Thumbnails, to see a Close-Up of the watch.

-- When in Close-Up mode, use any of the four arrow keys to navigate around the Gallery.

-- When you are viewing a Close-Up, use the round arrow (bottom right corner) or the "F" key, to Flip to a description of the watch.

-- From the Description (Flip-side of the image), use the Link (bottom left corner) to see additional photos of the watch.

-- When you are viewing the Description (Flip-side), use the "F" key to return to the Gallery view, or use the arrow keys navigate the Gallery.

-- To go from Close-Up view, back to full Gallery view, click anywhere on the black backgound

I am working on a Tiltviewer Gallery that will have approximately 40 to 60 images.  I am considering using two different sizes for the Images, either 600 by 600 pixels, or 950 by 950 pixels.  Either is likely to be satisfactory, though I am inclined to use the larger ones, all else being equal.  Of course, all the Images in the Gallery will be the same size (either all the 600's or all the 950's)

Here is my question: Will there be a noriceable difference in the experience of those viewing the Gallery, based on this choice of image size?  For people with older / slower computers, will the 950-based Galllery be frustrating / slow?  Will the use of the 600-sized images noticeably improve the loading / viewing / handling . . . the experience of public people who view the Gallery?

I would love to post links to the two test galleries, but am still in the five-day ban on links, etc.  A bit of a bummer, thus this wordy question!!

Thanks,

Jeff

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I saw a Tiltview gallery on another website, and had my own test gallery up and running in well under an hour.  I know absolutely nothing about Flash or Flickr, but have a decent working knowledge of HTML.

This is a fantastic product.  I expect to switch to the Pro version, as much as anything to support this amazing software!!

Jeff Stein
Atlanta, GA

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Yep . . . why didn't I think of that!!  Simply insert the words into the HTML body, before the "flashcontent".
Looks great!!
Thanks,
Jeff

I would like to see some Galleries that have been made with Tiltview. 

Can users please post links to their Galleries?

Thanks,

Jeff

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How do I add a title to a tiltview Gallery (to be displayed at the top of the page)?

Let me add that I have done a quick test installation, and created a Gallery, and am thrilled with Tiltview . . . if only I could add a title to the page, so that I could tell viewers exactly what they are seeing!!

Thanks,

Jeff