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Editing Images

After you have added images to your listing from GarageSale’s Photo Media Library, from the Finder or through the “+” button in Editor mode, you can further edit and re-arrange the images.

video icon Video Tutorial #9: Editing images

Many of these features can be directly accessed via the context menu (right-click on an image):

(Image Context Menu)

Re-arranging Images

The easiest way to re-arrange the order of the listing images is to drag and drop them to the desired position in the image field in GarageSale’s Editor mode. To be able to drag an image, click on it and keep the mouse button pressed, wait a moment, then you can move the image around. Release the mouse button once the image has reached the desired location.

(Rearranging Images)

You can re-arrange images in GarageSale’s Preview mode, too. Simply drag and drop an image onto another image to swap positions.

If you use a listing design you can also select from many pre-defined “layout” options giving you the ability to arrange the listing images and item description according to your personal preference.

With eBay’s “Gallery Image” option you can mark one of your images as the image that should be shown next to your item title in the search results on the eBay website. eBay might charge you an additional fee for this option.

To mark an image as the gallery image you can right-click on it and select “Mark as Gallery Image”. Another way is to hit the Gallery Image icon in GarageSale’s Editor mode.

(Mark as Gallery Image)

Opening in Image Editor

Built-in Image Editor

With GarageSale’s built-in image editor you can crop your image and apply different image filters.

(Built-in Image Editor)

External Image Editor

You can edit images in external editors installed on your system, e.g. in “Preview.app”.

(External Image Editor)

Adding Markup

Easily add free forms, lines, arrows, shapes and text to your image. You can crop images here, too.

(Markup)

Editing Name, URL and Caption

Edit the image name, image URL (only if you use URL images) and image caption. The image name can be used as the image “alt” attribute in the “Properties” Inspector (advanced SEO option).

Rotating Images

You can rotate an image by right-clicking on it and choosing “Rotate Left” or “Rotate Right”.

Taking Photos with your iPhone

On macOS 10.14 Mojave and higher GarageSale supports the “Continuity Camera” feature. Use your iPhone or iPad to take a picture of your product and it appears instantly as a new image in your GarageSale listing.

To use it open the image context menu (right-click on an image) or click on the “+” button below the image field in Editor Mode. If your iOS device can be found, the corresponding command will appear there.

(Continuity Camera)

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Deleting Images

There are several ways to delete images from your listings:



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