Q: We've been really happy with the wowslider so far, but have hit a bit of a snag. I purchased an unlimited use license and installed it on both a Mac & PC in the office. We also require our clients (who manage their own sites) to purchase a single use license so they can create/edit slideshows.
However, we've determined that only the person who created the slideshow is able to open it and see the images. For example, if my co-worker created the slideshow, I am not able to open or edit it and neither is the client. And vice versa -- if I create a slideshow, my co-worker is unable to open it and the client can't either. This is especially problematic for clients who have multiple slideshows on their site that we originally create. If they want to edit any slideshow, they currently are unable to and the only option we can
give them at this point is to recreate the entire thing from scratch, which is hardly ideal.
Please let us know what is causing this issue and how to fix it.
A: In this case you should use relative paths in your project file. You should save project
file (.wowsl) in folder with images. Unfortunately, project file doesn't save images. so
you should copy .wowsl file and images for your clients.