and I can't remember how and can't find the right page. Can someone point me to the correct page or link to make an image into a bookplate, please. Thanks.
ETA: Also clicking on a custom bookplate that showed in a particular book used to take you to the order form, but wouldn't actually add the bookplate to your order recently. Now, when I try to click on a bookplate, nothing happens at all. It doesn't even take that first step of taking you to the store order form. I don't know if that's good or bad. I hope that someday we will be able to re-order them again.
Use the "my bookplates" link under the "home" tab. You can also get there via the "how to bookcross" page under "information" - it's one of the label options.
However, I've seen reports of bugs in the custom-label process; that may depend on specific configurations, so if yours works, that'd be good to hear. [I did notice that the "create custom label" button wasn't working for me - turns out something in its positioning seems a bit off, at least on my configuration, so I could click it if I aimed the cursor at the bottom edge of the button but not if I clicked in the center. FWIW.]
[I did notice that the "create custom label" button wasn't working for me - turns out something in its positioning seems a bit off, at least on my configuration, so I could click it if I aimed the cursor at the bottom edge of the button but not if I clicked in the center. FWIW.]
Thanks for that, Gory. I kept clicking on Create Custom Label before and nothing happened. And when I tried your trick and clicked on the very bottom right, it worked.
However, that brought me to a page that says only , "Alternative content" and a button below that that says, "Get Adobe Flash player" and that's all.
Nothing about making labels.
ETA: I'm using Windows 10 if that makes a difference.
That may be something I was told not to install as it had security problems. Does that sound right? Is it safe to install?
I'm having trouble answering that. It is and it isn't.
What I do is this: I have Flash installed, but my browser is set to only display Flash objects on request. This means that instead of the Flash object, I get a button and if I click that, it will work as it should. If I don't, Flash is not activated and so there is no risk. I only activate Flash on familiar sites such as BookCrossing.
Can you ask your local nerd what they think of that solution?