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Frequently Asked Questions
If you have a question about using Juicebox, please check the FAQ first.
Juicebox-Pro Priority Support
Juicebox-Pro customers are eligible for priority support via the forum and via email. For email support, please email us with a detailed description of the issue and your purchase transaction ID.
Juicebox is currently on version 1.3.1. View full version history.
Follow these steps to build your first Juicebox gallery.
- If you don't have it already, download and install Adobe AIR.
- Download and unzip Juicebox to your desktop. JuiceBox-Lite can be downloaded from here. The Juicebox-Pro download link is emailed to you upon purchase.
- Double-click the
JuiceboxBuilder.airfile in the download folder to install JuiceboxBuilder. Installation issues? Check here to resolve.
- Create your first gallery using JuiceboxBuilder or using a Plugin for Photoshop, Lightroom, WordPress, Picasa and more.
Juicebox includes 2 main pieces: Juicebox Galleries and JuiceboxBuilder. To display Juicebox galleries you need a website and an FTP program to upload your gallery files.
Juicebox Galleries work on any modern browser:
- Internet Explorer 7+, Firefox 3.6+, Chrome, Safari and Opera.
- Mobile/tablet support including iOS and Android.
JuiceboxBuilder is a desktop application for building Juicebox galleries. It requires:
- Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7.
- Mac OS X 10.6 or higher.
The following terms are used frequently in this documentation:
Gallery Folder - this is the folder that contains the
config.xmlfile, gallery images and thumbnails and the
jbcorefolder. To publish your gallery, upload the gallery folder to your website.
- Config Options - a list of options that describes a gallery's behavior. Contained in the config.xml file. View full config option list here.
- Screen Mode - Juicebox switches between 2 screen modes: 'Large' and 'Small', based on the the screen resolution of the viewing device. More details.
- Input Mode - Juicebox switches between 2 Input modes: 'Mouse' and 'Touch', based on the whether the viewing device has a touch screen. More details.
- Local Gallery - a gallery that loads images and thumbnails from the gallery folder. Image information and captions are specified in the config.xml file.
- Flickr Gallery - a gallery that loads images, thumbnails and text from Flickr.
- jbcore - this folder contained in the gallery folder, contains all the core files required by the Juicebox gallery.
- config.xml - this XML file contains gallery config options as well as image and caption data. An XML file is a simple text file that can be edited in any text editor.
Upgrading from Lite to Pro
To convert an existing Juicebox-Lite gallery to Juicebox-Pro, open and re-save the gallery using JuiceboxBuilder-Pro. Alternatively you can replace the jbcore folder in the existing gallery folder with the one that comes in the Juicebox-Pro download web folder.
Please note that JuiceboxBuilder-Lite and JuiceboxBuilder-Pro can be installed and run alongside each other on the same computer.