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What is a ROES client when ordering online prints.

Chad Homewood , Oct 27, 2008; 06:27 p.m.

I am looking for a online print company to use for my printing needs and am wondering what a "ROES" client.




Jerry Litynski , Oct 27, 2008; 07:36 p.m.

If you do a Google search,

ROES is a popular, cross-platform ordering solution for professional photographers that can now be used to send orders to

So ROES is [I guess] a software (program) that allows you to have a ordering system from a on-line service.

Chad Homewood , Oct 27, 2008; 08:29 p.m.

Thank You. I did find some info on it now.


Russell MacDonald , Oct 27, 2008; 09:31 p.m.

Each company who uses ROES can customize it to their particular needs.

Most ROES packages can do page layouts as well as order entry. I used to design my albums with it, and when I was done, I just pushed enter and the album was ordered.


Steve Tout - Seattle, Wa , Oct 28, 2008; 12:18 p.m.

Forget definitions. Just go download one and give it a try. :)


Dave Redmann , Oct 29, 2008; 09:35 a.m.

ROES comes as a Java applet for your web browser, or at least that was the form it came in that I downloaded to send files to the local pro lab for printing. I found it somewhat difficult to use, not as friendly as say the Mpix or Shutterfly websites. My issues may have had something to do with the fairly tight security settings on my browser. Maybe it's just me, and maybe it's because even with a high-speed Internet connection, uploading 75 MB can take a while, especially if you have a problem and have to re-send, but last time (last Friday) I just burned the files to a CD-R and dropped it at the lab.

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