Event Info

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Event information can be defined and used in messages used when sharing photos or for specifying the folder to be monitored for images. The information is saved in the Windows registry so that it may be shared with other applications and is read from the Windows registry before it is used so that it can use information supplied by other applications. The "Photo Booth Event Info" dialog can be displayed by selecting "Event info..." from the File menu:




The event info can be used in filenames (e.g. the filename and download folder of photos downloaded from the camera), caption text in print layouts or in the message text used when sharing photos by using the tokens below. The information is also saved in the Windows registry using the registry key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info.



Registry value

Event name


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\EventName

Event string 1


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\EventString1

Event string 2


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\EventString2

Event string 3


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\EventString3

Event string 4


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\EventString4

Event string 5


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\EventString5

Print counter


HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\BreezeSystems\Event Info\PrintCounter

Breeze Kiosk print counter




Two print counters are available:

1."Print counter" - this is a print counter shared via the Windows registry with other apps (e.g. DSLR Remote Pro) and is decremented each time any app prints a photo
2."Breeze Kiosk print counter" - this is a private print counter only used by Breeze Kiosk. The counter is decremented each time a photo is printed.


Print and Sharing Totals


The print and sharing totals shown at the bottom of the "Photo Booth Event Info" keep a count of the total number of prints made by and emails, texts and tweets sent by Breeze Kiosk. These counters are incremented each time a photo is printed or shared. The counters can be reset by entering new values and pressing "OK".

The counters are saved to the Windows registry when they are updated so that they can be monitored by other applications if required.




Registry value