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22 April 2009 at 3:43pm
Hmm... Could be a lot of things. I think in the GD class somewhere you can set the default quality. I have heard from a number of people that Silverstripe does a number on images with its compression tools.
22 April 2009 at 4:19pm
GD was set to 75 - that shouldn't be too bad. Anything else to check?
22 April 2009 at 4:28pm
I would definitely crank it up to 100. That's what I've always used.
23 April 2009 at 4:35am
The NextAlbum function is not returning the next album. It is actually returning the last album. Has anyone else seen this problem?
I am running the latest version ( I believe)
Thank you for your help.
23 April 2009 at 4:41am
In the CMS, on the Albums tab, try re-sorting the albums and then placing them back to their original positions.
23 April 2009 at 7:43am Last edited: 23 April 2009 7:43am
I have noticed that in the recent updates of the image_gallery, there is no drag-drop sorting of images any more. The checkbox to allow sorting is missing. Is this intentional? Sorting Albums still works.
27 April 2009 at 11:44pm
Hi UncleCheese, just getting into the module again and wondered if you would be able to provide any wisdom on the following application of it.
I would like to extend the blog module so that each post has a ImageGallery attached to it in addition to that I would like that any registered user (~50 of them) would be able to upload pictures from the front end, ie. without having to use the CMS. I don't imagine an issue with the extension of the blog but wondered if you could comment on the best way to approach the front end upload into the gallery?
Thanks for all your awesome work!
28 April 2009 at 1:50am
@micasheets - Not sure about this one. Check your image_gallery/_config.php and make sure this line:
is in tact.
@howardgrigg - It will take some coding, but it can easily be done. I would look at how the SWFUploadField works in FileDataObjectManager and ImageGalleryManager. The uploader will call the function handleswfupload() on the current controller, and as you'll see, you can just use that function to create a new ImageGalleryItem, assign the proper relation IDs to it, and write it. If you get it coded and it's acting weird, you can post your code up here and maybe I can help you out. Alternatively, I could code it up for you, but not for free.
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