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I've just started using the new SS 2.4 and tried to install Gallery. When I did the dev/build it the Gallery Pages seemed to be constructed but get some deprecation errors when I try to open my site.
Is there now a problem with Gallery and 2.4. Is there another image gallery module that does work?
Is it uncle Cheese's image gallery module? http://silverstripe.org/imagegallery-module/
If so, do you have the dataobjectmanager and swfuploadfield modules installed? You'll need them http://silverstripe.org/dataobjectmanager-module/ & http://silverstripe.org/swfuploadfield-module/
Are you using the stable build or the latest trunk build? The stable might not work with 2.4 yet.
No it was the Gallery 0.2.2 module (I think it is the original SS gallery module). But I may try the one you mention as I need something up and running fairly sharpish.
Nevertheless, I'm sure that the Gallery 0.2.2 needs to be reworked as the error message indicates that some deprecated calls (I could rerun if required)
Yeah give it a try. Uncle Cheese is doing a great job developing and supporting it. Docs here http://doc.silverstripe.org/modules:image_gallery
Downloaded all requirements and installed the Uncle Cheese (don't ya luv it) image gallery and all went without a hitch in about 10min flat.
Now all I gotta do is sit back, read the documentation and hey ho its away I go :)
Thanks again for the quick response...
No probs and welcome to the SilverStripe community.
Having loads of problems with Uncle Cheese's Image Gallery. It works perfectly on my MAMP installation, but not on the live site.
Basically, trying to upload an image results in a generic "page" icon being displayed in place of the thumbnail. The images don't show in "Files & Images", and viewing the live site doesn't show the images at all.
I've fixed my issue with the Image Gallery Page- it was just a simple permissions problem on the assets directory.