Please choose an image of your favorite fruit from the "Fruit" folder on your desktop and put it on the image gallery page.
Now choose images of your of your 5 favorite vegetables from the "Vegetable" folder on your desktop and put them on the same image gallery web page.
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Now, please post all the images of fruit in your "Fruit" folder on your desktop. [There should be an error for the files they had already uploaded, once the upload is complete and the errors appear ask them...] What do you do now?
next task is to put a picture of ?????? in the image gallery. ***This is a placeholder for a task that gives the user an error message and thus the "retry" button. We need to determine if we can development done to make this happen. The retry isn't implemented yet. You can see the retry in storyboards (http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Uploader+Storyboard+-+Upload+with+ErrorImage Added
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And your last task is to put the images for your top 3 picks of herbs and meats into the image gallery tool. [Want to see if they user the "add more" to select from multiple folders]
- Is there anything else you'd like to tell us about your experience getting images onto the image gallery page?
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