With all due respect, the 35mb limit on uploading images seems a bit dated. I see a forum message from 2009 that refers to the limit. Isn't it time to bump it up, maybe to 100mb or more? If there is a valid reason to have such a limit, I am certain it could be dealt with programmatically. In other words, have the program break the batch into 35mb batches and handle them with condition checking, pausing or whatever is necessary between the smaller batches. As it is now, you have to find out what the last file uploaded and then go to another page and find the next file. Oh -- and I have to re-select the target folder every time I do this. Please take the burden off the user and update/improve the upload function.
ADDENDUM: I curse Auctiva every single time I upload images. I upload 200 to 300 images at a time and I ALWAYS get the 35 mb limit message. I'd like my batch of images to be uploaded unattended.
If I still get this message when I go over the free image hosting limit, I'll be PISSED!!! How hard is it to change '35' to '100' or '200'? Can Auctiva's system really not handle the load? Do I have to switch to self-hosting?