What’s the back of a print tell you?

The back of the prints you get from Advanced Photographic Solutions contain a wealth of information.  But just a quick glance at it may look like random junk that doesn’t make any sense.  Here’s a quick guide to what you see on the back of your prints: Production # / Frame #: probably the two most important […]

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ROES tip #5: Scotty, I need more power!

A common complaint we get from customers regarding ROES is “it runs slow”; “it freezes up on me”; “it takes 2-3 minutes to change between catalogs”.  So is it the program?  Does it have a personal grudge against you? Nope – sorry.  Although it might be convenient to blame the program it’s usually your computer’s fault […]

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ROES tip #4: Building Packages

The single biggest question we get when doing support for ROES is – how to I build packages?  Well here’s a great video right from the source – directly from Softworks Systems, the guys who make the ROES software.  Take a look and it will show you exactly how to build a pacakge in ROES. […]

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ROES tip #2: Time for a little cache cleaning

Here’s another in my series of ROES tips: When was the last time you cleaned the caches in your ROES software?  Oh wait, you didn’t know about the caches?  What the heck are caches anyway?  ROES, just like a lot of software, has temporary storage areas call caches where the program stores all kinds of information. […]

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ROES tips from Stan

As a lot of you know, our customer service department, Jason Baker and myself do a lot of the support for our ROES on-line ordering system. And we’ve learned some things over the years that can help you use ROES more efficiently and save you some trouble down the road. ROES tip # 1 – Save […]

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See Us at a Tradeshow

We’re going on the road to bring our unique selection of products and services to our new and existing customers. Look for us at  – SPAC – School Photographers Association of California: Don’t let the name fool you.  What years ago started out as a group of local California school photographers has grown into one […]

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