The introduction of GDPR has focussed interest on the ability to obtain specific, granular consent from guests. Breeze Kiosk is ready to help.
Breeze Kiosk 1.4.4 allows you to present up to 10 consent boxes to guests when they email, or text images, upload them to Facebook or Twitter. Each check box can be opt-in or pre-checked, optional or mandatory.
Note: You can also add consent boxes to the sharing screens for DSLR Remote Pro and Webcam Photobooth. You can also survey guests in DSLR Remote Pro, record consent for sharing and display privacy information before the images are taken.
Great – so how do I add a consent box?
Start Breeze Kiosk and select (1)Settings
(2)Select the folder you want Breeze Kiosk to watch for images
(3) Check the appropriate boxes to say whether you want to display still images(JPEG), animated GIFs and/or MP4and movies
(4) You will need to select a folder where the screen images used by Breeze Kiosk are stored.
(5) Check boxes to tell the program which print and sharing options you want to offer guests.
In this post I will show you how to add a consent check boxes when guests email photos.
(6) Go to the email server settings screen
(If this is the first time you have sent emails from Breeze Kiosk on this computer, you will need to set up the settings for your email server)
(7)Check the box to log email addresses to a file, and tell the program what this file is called/where to find it.
If you need to send emails offline check the offline mode box at (8) before pressing OK.
Now we need to copy (or create your own) XML file and put in into the folder which holds your screen images. Don’t panic if you have never seen XML before! There are some examples you can copy in the program help files . All we need to do is make a few simple tweaks.
Copy and paste this text from the Breeze Kiosk help file into a text editor such as Microsoft Notepad (which comes free with Windows 10)
(9) This checkbox has value 0 (zero) for opt-in consent. For pre-checked consent change the value to 1
(10) The text for this check box has been highlighted in green. Change this to the wording you need.
(11) When you finish your changes, select File to save them. You need to call the file email_keyboard.xml and save it in the folderyou chose for your screen images. [As (4) above]
While I am here, how do I change the background color of the email screen?
(12) To change the color of the background screen and of the text of your prompts (13), you need to add the text highlighted in green to your XML.
0xFFFFFF is the HEX notation for RGB white. 0x000000 is the HEX notation for RGB black. Hint: If you haven’t come across HEX notation for RGB colors before, use Photoshop or google RGB color checker to identify the color you want to use.
Now when my guest selects the email icon they see this white screen:
How to I add two or more check boxes?
You need to add these three lines for the second check box
The second check box is opt-in, so the prompt value is 0 (zero). I have also changed the Y coordinate of the check box to place it below the first box. The final result is here:
Want to know more?
How to add mandatory check boxes and other tips
What else can I do with Breeze Kiosk?
Adding consent check boxes and user surveys to DSLR Remote Pro before the images are taken
Adding consent boxes to DSLR Remote Pro sharing screens
Adding consent boxes to Webcam Photobooth sharing screens
How to get your hands on it
Download Breeze Kiosk and try it for yourself for up to 14 days before buying a license.
Download and try Breeze Kiosk 1.4.4
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