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Merlin2504

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Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 11:52
 
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I have created a sample project that I want to use again and again. See the screenshot.

How can I use that for the new galleries? The sample project should remain.

Unfortunately, there is no duplicate sample project.

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jGromit

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 13:42   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
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Open the sample project you want to use. Choose File, Save as Skin Default. Now start your new project. Every new project you start with Photoblogger will use those settings.

Or, start your new project. Choose File, Import, Settings from Album Project, navigate to the sample project, and choose the jalbum-settings.jap file.
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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 13:48   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
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If you want to use the files within the sample project select them all and copy/paste them into the new project.

You can also open the sample project in the OS and duplicate it, then rename your copy.
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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 13:56   in response to: RobM in response to: RobM
 
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Thanks for the tip with the duplicate. Since then all the subpages are the same with it.
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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 13:57   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
 
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RobM's method copies the entire project, including the images and folders. My method(s) copies only the Photoblogger settings.
Merlin2504

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:00   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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jGromit wrote:
RobM's method copies the entire project, including the images and folders. My method(s) copies only the Photoblogger settings.

Have the project duplicated. How can I get it completely clean in JAlbum? So far he forgets the subpages with me?

jGromit

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Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:02   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
 
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Don't create a duplicate of the project. That's the hard way. Follow my instructions, instead.
Merlin2504

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:04   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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jGromit wrote:
Don't create a duplicate of the project. That's the hard way. Follow my instructions, instead.

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Merlin2504

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:08   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
 
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Have now created a new project. Settings imported from the sample album. Then copied from the sample album, the sub-pages contact, etc.

Now I miss the contact pages, etc., the content.
jGromit

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Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:10   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
 
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Open the sample project. Select the Contact.htt and Sitemap.htt files. CTRL-C to copy them. Open the new project. CTRL-V to paste them.
jGromit

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:12   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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Or, duplicate the entire project, as RobM has suggested. Then delete all the images and folders, and add the new ones for your new project.

We have given you three different ways to do this. Pick one.
Merlin2504

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:16   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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jGromit wrote:
Or, duplicate the entire project, as RobM has suggested. Then delete all the images and folders, and add the new ones for your new project.

If I duplicate the project and then open the JAlbum software, would the duplicate project have to appear?

Or how do I get that in the JALBUM software?
jGromit

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Posted: 22-Nov-2019 14:21   in response to: Merlin2504 in response to: Merlin2504
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If you duplicate a project, then launch jAlbum, you have to choose File, Open, and navigate to the newly-created duplicate project.

The list of projects on the left is just a "most recently used" list - it's not a list of every project on your PC.
Merlin2504

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Re: Create a sample project and then use it.
Posted: 22-Nov-2019 15:05   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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