Attention: These forums are no longer active. The iStock Contributor forums have moved to the Contributor Community site.

Cancel pending files?

Displaying 1 to 9 of 9 matches.
alexh
Member is a Silver contributor and has 2,500 - 9,999 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloads
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 2:59AM
Hi,

Is there a way, or could there be, to cancel a pending file. I have a couple of images pending I now realise need a little extra work. If I could pull them it would save the inspector the job of knocking them back ...
AdamJ
Member is a Bronze contributor and has 250 - 2,499 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloadsExclusive
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 3:14AM
If i can quote hogie here from this thread on the first page of the newbies forum...

You can't currently delete a pending file. However you can't change the title to read "ATTENTION INSPECTOR: PLEASE REJECT"


Dont forget to make sure you post to the right section, this will give you a better response. And you wont have the forum police after you...
Also, dont forget to check the forums before you post a question. nine times out of ten, someone else has hit the same brick wall...

some walls are bloodier than others

(Edited on 2005-01-13 03:18:53 by AdamJ)
Jot
Member is a Silver contributor and has 2,500 - 9,999 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloadsExclusive
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 3:16AM
Maybe you could change the title to "Please Delete"?
alexh
Member is a Silver contributor and has 2,500 - 9,999 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloads
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 5:07AM
Ok thanks guys. I did do a quick search of the forums but it came up blank .. .sorry!

benoitb
Member is a Diamond contributor and has 25,000 - 199,999 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Video downloadsMember is a Silver contributor and has 2,500 - 9,999 Illustration downloadsExclusiveExclusive iStockphoto IllustratorExclusive iStockphoto Videographer
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 5:19AM
Like Adam said... *PLEASE REJECT* ... that's good...

(Edited on 2005-01-13 05:20:56 by benoitb)
Sirimo
Member is a Gold contributor and has 10,000 - 24,999 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Video downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloadsExclusiveExclusive iStockphoto VideographerThis user has the power to wield the BanHammer, a weapon forged in the fires of hell for that get-off-my-planet quality you can't get anywhere else. You betta reckonize.
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 9:18AM
If your going to change the title do the description as well with same message:

Title:
"ATTENTION INSPECTOR: PLEASE REJECT"

Description:
"ATTENTION INSPECTOR: PLEASE REJECT"

BMPix
Member is a Silver contributor and has 2,500 - 9,999 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloads
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 10:11AM
I've done that a couple of times, e.g. when I have inadvertantly uploaded a duplicate file, and it has worked.
rogerpilkington
Member is a Bronze contributor and has 250 - 2,499 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloads
Posted Thu Jan 13, 2005 12:26PM
I've done it on a couple. I generally put "DELETE THIS FILE" for file title, description and keywords of

delete, this, file, delete, this, file, delete, this, file, please.

Generally works, although I did get one the other day that was approved despite all this text saying 'delete this file'!!!
japanthings
Member is a Bronze contributor and has 250 - 2,499 Photo downloadsMember is a contributor and has less than 250 Illustration downloads
Posted Wed Jan 19, 2005 3:09AM
thanks for this advice.
This thread has been locked.
Displaying 1 to 9 of 9 matches.
Not a member?Join