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Thread began 3/22/2011 6:07 pm by Neil Beadle | Last modified 3/22/2011 7:37 pm by Neil Beadle | 228 views | 3 replies

Neil Beadle

Originally Said By: toa399192
  Another thing is can there be a copy protect on images or are you relying on the website watermarking images? I believe that all website owners should watermark their own images but just wondering if this could be added for basic images. As for stock photo sites like someone mentioned in another post they should watermark EVERY image themselves but as for if there was a copy protect and a watermark both would be helpful.  



A watermark feature that would allow for adding watermarks to product images is definitely something we can consider for the future. It would be interesting to see how many others would like to see this type of feature.

-Neil

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