So I got this email about how Apple's printer decided to cancel my Calendar today (pasted below).
Basically it was cancelled because "It appears the calendar has small month names"
- Who cares about the size of the calendar names?
- I hve iPhoto 9.4.2. Software update thinks this IS the latest version!
- Even if I did "preview" it (which I just did for the first time) I would not have noticed the so-called small month names. I would have sent it anyway!
- How is it my fault the theme needs to be changed and flipped back? Why not just send me the stupid calendar?
- When I now "change theme and change it back again" the month name font size is still the same size (small to the fragile print guy, fine for me).
- If I send in the flipped theme with the still small text, will it be cancelled again?
- Re. sending me the stupid calendar: Can't they see that sending this message at this date is impossible?
- How did they even notice the small month names? I certainly never noticed it. I hit the "Buy Calendar" button, so why don't they just take my money and let grandma have the calendar with kid photos in it? WHy do they think she cares about the font size of month names?
- Last question: Who wrote this inane email copy?
To Our Valued Apple Customer:
Apple discovered an issue with the file you submitted. It appears the
calendar has small month names. As a result, Apple is unable to process
your order and you will not be charged.
We recommend updating your software, changing the theme on your print
product, then changing it back to the original theme.
Once completed, preview your print product in iPhoto, and place the
For instructions on how to update your software, refer to:
Mac OS X - Updating your software
For instructions on how to change your theme, refer to:
iPhoto - How do I change the theme or type of my book, card, or
For instructions on how to preview your order, refer to:
How to preview an order in iPhoto or Aperture
We appreciate your business and apologize for any inconvenience.
Apple Print Products Support