New DBGallery web site
I have been looking for years after a good data system for my 20,000+ pictures and have now found it.
Anders Nilsson ∙ Toftendata ∙ Denmark
I was a key player in putting together this new site for GRR Systems and thought I'd say a few things about what I love about it.
Well, first of all I love the new colors. No, seriously, the new site looks much more appealing and is easier to navigate. We've tried to improve the way information about DBGallery is presented to users by pinpointing the most important facts about the software itself as well as providing separate pages describing particular features for those who want more details. The greatest change, however, was shifting to more interactive user experience. One can register to add content, participate in forum discussions and post blog entries — all using the same web site account.
I also need to get a bit technical and mention that at the heart of it all are modern web technologies that among all separate content from design thus enabling search engines (including site's own search function) to produce more relevant results, making overall user experience better again!
Working with GRR Systems team is fun and hopefully we came up with something to match the quality of the application itself.
Vladimir Volodin, Kyiv, Ukraine, software architect at DevMiles.
This question comes up in scenarios such as having used DBGallery on only one machine at home or the office and you're decided to add additional users.
There are two steps:
1) Perform configuration changes as detailed below. Don't be daunted by amount to text, it's really not all...