Thanks for the suggestion. Just wondering why you would want to give ImageStamper your password to access your photos? Is this to timestamp images before they are available to the public?Adminimagestamper (Admin, ImageStamper) commented
Thank you for clarifying this! Good idea indeed. However I think that for this you might not need authorisation from Flickr API, you can just supply a list of photos that were updated and it will go off and stamp them. Anyway, I will definitely consider integrating this functionality into the automatic update / batch stamping feature :) Thank you for the suggestion and for using ImageStamper!
This is now well underway, there should be a cleaner and a more convenient user interface in a couple of weeks’ time!
Thanks, I’ve seen that it had to be done manually here:
which must have been a real pain! I’ll definitely add this to the list of the new features.
Thanks, definitely added to the list of features!
Simple solution: added a link to timestamp permalink(s) underneath each image. Right now different timestamps for the same image are grouped together, so the respective permalinks are listed on a separate ‘image detail’ page. I will add a view that does not group timestamps, so the permalinks will be directly accessible. This ties in with the planned site overhaul.