1 Stop Foto Roes Software

1 Stop Foto ROES is a FREE downloadable software application that provides a fast and complete method for ordering prints and products from 1 Stop Foto.

With ROES, the images are uploaded at the end of the order or multiple orders can be queued together and uploaded immediately or at any time you specify. This means that you can configure your entire order or orders first and then upload your order and images together at the end of the process. Unlike other upload systems, this saves you time as you do not need to wait until your images are uploaded as you complete your order offline. And, if at any time an upload fails, the system automatically restarts the upload until it is finished.

Once your orders are uploaded to 1stopfoto, your orders can be tracked through the lab and tracked vis UPS or USPS.

Read more below to find out if this is the right solution for you.

With 1 Stop Foto ROES:

  • Large orders can be quickly processed.
  • Image upload occurs at order completion to increase ordering efficiency and decrease downtime.
  • Completed orders can be uploaded via the internet.
  • Simple navigation including drag and drop functionality enhances the user's experience.
  • Save time with batch thumbnail renaming and rotation.

How it works:

  • Download the software by clicking the "Download 1 Stop Foto ROES" button.
  • Preview your images from your own hard drive.
  • Drag and drop your images to a preview screen.
  • Apply all details to your order.
  • Check "Add to Order" and complete the process.
  • Your files and completed order will be uploaded at the end of the order process.

Frequently Asked Questions

What software is required to make the ROES system work?

You should have a minimum 500MHz speed processor with 256MB RAM and the latest Java Runtime loaded. Any Java capable system can be used, so Apple OS X 10.3 or higher, Linux, and all current versions of Windows will support the application.

Be sure to maintain enough free drive space to build, save, and retain order files.

What is Java?
Java is a programming language developed by Sun Microsystems that creates code for interactive applications that is executable on web pages by web browsers. These Java applications can execute on any platform--Mac, PC, etc.

What version of Java is needed to run ROES?
Java 1.4

Does ROES work with all operating systems?
Any Java capable system can be used, so Apple OS X 10.3 or higher, Linux, and all current versions of Windows will support the application.

Can I run ROES without logging in to 1 Stop Foto?
Yes, you can create a shortcut on your desktop to launch the ROES system without logging in to the 1 Stop Foto site.

If you skipped the shortcut install, you can create the shortcuts from within Java Web Start's Application Cache Viewer. To get there, Click Start - Run and type "javaws -viewer" without the quotes and press Enter. Find the ROES application you want a shortcut for and right-click on it. Select Install Shortcuts and they will be created. If using an older Java 1.4 version, right clicking will not get a response (you may also need to click View and select Downloaded Applications to see the right list). Instead, select the ROES application you want, click Application in the menu bar and select Create Shortcuts. To remove a shortcut, follow the same steps and select Uninstall/Remove Shortcuts.

What are some reasons the ROES won’t start or may not transmit to the lab?

  1. Windows XP Service Pack 2 - Settings of the new Windows Firewall can prevent the client from launching or creating an FTP connection. Try turning the firewall off or set it to prompt for exceptions such as FTP.
  2. Various Anti-Virus Applications – We have found that the home use versions of the Norton Internet Security/Antivirus and McAfee Security applications can prevent the client from starting. Try disabling these temporarily if the client will not start and turning them back on after successfully starting and installing shortcuts. To do this, open Control Panel and Administrative Tools and go into Services. Find the Norton or McAfee security services (proxy agent, firewall, network monitor, etc.), right-click on them and select Stop.
  3. Internet Explorer (IE) Security Settings – If set to high may block the ActiveX calls made during the client launch. Try resetting Internet Explorer’s security levels (found in IE under Tools – Internet Options – Security tab) to default.
    Internet Explorer Pop-Up Blocker – This is a new option that installs with Windows XP SP2. Try turning this off in Internet Explorer under Tools – Pop-up Blocker.
  4. Clear out your Internet Explorer cache – This can be done in IE under Tools – Internet Options. On the first tab, General, look in the center section marked Temporary Internet Files and select Delete Files. Click OK at the confirmation window, wait for the mouse pointer to return to normal from the hourglass, and try the client launch again.
  5. If you have run ROES before on the system and it is suddenly failing with an Invocation Exception error, after clearing out Temporary Internet Files in the steps above, remove the ROES application from Java Web Start to ensure a fresh download and install. Select Start - Run, type javaws.exe and press Enter. When the Java Web Application Viewer opens, find the ROES application for your lab and highlight it. In Java 1.4, select Application and Remove. In Java 1.5, click the button at the bottom to Remove Selected Application. This will remove the lab’s ROES from your system along with any desktop shortcuts. To reload, go to the lab’s web site in your browser and click on the ROES start link.