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How to upgrade JSN ImageShow from Free to PRO without re-installing?

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From version 4.0.0, you can upgrade JSN ImageShow from Free to PRO in the back-end, in a few seconds, without re-installing. This process saves you time and effort.

Please make sure that:

  • You have installed JSN ImageShow Free from version 4.0.0
  • You have bought JSN ImageShow PRO

Now, we will get started.

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  • Marco Poet
    Marco Poet Friday, 16 November 2012

    Why is it so hard to find out how much it costs?

  • huyennt
    huyennt Saturday, 17 November 2012
  • edgibson
    edgibson Monday, 04 February 2013

    Now that I've purchased JSN ImageShow, I'm disappointed to find that the quality of the thumbnails it generates for the "Theme Grid" are so blurry.

    Also - would like to see option for image auto-advance in the THEME GRID lightbox.

  • huyennt
    huyennt Tuesday, 05 February 2013

    Hi edgibson,

    Thank you for your comment. Let me answer your question:
    - Currently, ThemeGrid doesn't allow you to choose image sources to display thumbnails (By default, it displays thumbnails at 150 pixel). That is, thumbnails are blurry. We will improve it in the next version.
    - In this version, to make thumbnails sharper, you should use the source Flickr. With it, you can choose thumbnail sizes.

    Could you explain the idea " option for image auto-advance in the THEME GRID lightbox" more clear? I don't get it.

  • troll67464
    troll67464 Wednesday, 12 March 2014

    Hello,

    I would like to know if it's possible in the ThemeGrid to have "smart" thumbnails, i.e. that are not blurry and that are made according to thumbnail pixel size. The problem with Imageshow is that you can't put thumbnails because it's blurry, so you have to put the original source, and then the whole page takes AGES to load (if you have a photo gallery website, which is my case)

    Example : My thumbnail is set to 220x220 because I want it to. Because I want my visitors to load the website page quickly, I enable the thumbnail option. But the thumbnails are incredibly blurry, and the whole idea of "thumbnail - save loading time" becomes useless and frustrating...


    Is there a way to fix this ? Does the PRO 4.8.3 version fix this ?

    If yes, I'm buying it.

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