The Visual Jewelry Shopkeeper Image Viewer
screen which allows you to view or add pictures
to inventory items and repairs (and customers and clerks, etc)
has a button to "Edit Picture"
This will allow you to touch-up pictures by cropping them,
annotatomg them, or enhancing them in other ways.
The usual photo software is the "MS Paint" program built-in
to Windows. However, you may own a more sophisticated
photo editing program which you can activate in VJS
with these steps.
Open the file C:\VISUALJS\VISUALJS.INI with Notepad
and add these two lines anywhere
PROGRAM=C:\Program Files\Xara\Xara Xtreme 3.2\XtremePhoto\XtremePhoto.exe
where you'll change the part after the = equals sign
to your own photo software program.
To edit the VISUALJS.INI file choose Start, Run, NOTEPAD, then
in Notepad choose File, Open and type C:\VISUALJS\VISUALJS.INI
and click "Open"
You can find the photo software filename by finding the photo
software in the Windows Start / Programs tree, right-clicking
it, choosing Properties and looking at the "Target" box.
You can highlight and copy the Target box to make it easier
to add to the VISUALJS.INI file.
The "Target" box may have quotes surrounding the filename.
In the INI file you can leave them in or remove them.
Note that changing the VISUALJS.INI file on one computer will
NOT affect any other computer even if you have a network.
Note that right after you save the picture in your photo software
it might not immediately reflect in VJS - but it likely
will by the time you re-retrieve that inventory (or repair) item.