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#3125 2008-09-01 GMT-5 hours    
Firstly, hello to everyone here.

I am sure I must have missed something in the FAQ, and I have done a search on the forums but I cannot, for the life of me, find the answer.

I joined/signed up yesterday and promptly uploaded 4 images. I realise that they need to be pre-screen before going live on the site.

When I goto "My photos" they show up there are inactive........Not a problem so far. But, I have seen reference on the forums to "my queud images" link which shows me (I assume) their progress through the screening process. I cannot find that link anywhere. Could somebody be so kind as to point me in the right direction.

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#3126 2008-09-01 GMT-5 hours    
Welcome to airfighters Mark. The link to the "My Photos" section is the one you are looking for. It shows all your photos whether active, inactive, or rejected. The "inactive" ones are the ones in queue and the screeners can see them. Once approved or rejected they disappear from the queue list for the screeners. You can make any changes to the photos while they are still inactive. There is no "seeing" of the progress or anything like that, but if a screener evaluates a photos and is not sure, or wants to get s a second opinion from other screeners, then he can choose to move it to the elevated queue and that's where other screeners will vote on the photo. Once moved to the elevated queue you cannot make any changes to the photo and you will get a message like "This photo is being discussed". I hope that answers all your questions. If not, please let us know.

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#3127 2008-09-02 GMT-5 hours    
Thanks Ray for the quick response and for clearing up my confusion.

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