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suprsidr
 September 30 2007 19:10 PM (Read 2333 times)  
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Let us know what you think of v.2.0

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Anonymous: Brendan Lewis
 October 11 2007 02:36 AM  


First I'd like to say i love the old / current version. Thanks for such a useful / cool plug-in

Unfortunately the rc hangs on the loader, i'm pretty sure i installed it correctly, do i only edit line 5 of the xml file again?


 
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 October 11 2007 03:44 AM  
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Correct.
but the old xml files should work as well, so if you could try one of them, and let me know then we have narrowed down the issue.

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Anonymous: Brendan Lewis
 October 11 2007 04:14 AM  


Cool, it works perfectly with the old xml file


 
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Anonymous: Wade O
 October 13 2007 08:33 AM  



My install hangs on loader as well. It says loading 1/0 and that is it. I have tries to use all the xml loaders and non work for the current build on my web site. I have not used this product before but have had experience with embedding flash into web pages.

The url to the site www.brookline-pgh.org

Web site code;
<embed width="200" height="200" align="middle" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" allowScriptAccess="always" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" name="minislide" wmode="transparent" quality="high" flashvars="xmlUrl=http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/xml_all.php&shuffle=true&delay=3&transInType=Fade&transOutType=Random" src="http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/minislideshow.swf">
</div>

What do you think that the problem is? Any help would be great full I spent several hours trying to get this worked out.

Also line 5 on the flash player is the following

$ret = GalleryEmbed::init(array('fullInit' => true, 'embedUri' => '/gallery2/main.php', 'g2Uri' =>

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 October 13 2007 09:12 AM  
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It looks to me your gallery has no albums(except root)
if you view the xmlUrl directly you'll see the error.
Its trying to fetch the list of albums and is failing.
xml_all is the only instance to rely on the albumlist, which adds the contents of each album to the feed.
I believe the default root album for Gallery is g2_itemId=7, so you can try to add this to your xmlUrl ie: http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/xml_all.php?g2_itemId=7 or http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/xml.php?g2_itemId=7
AND comment out line 211 $xml .= getAlbumList (); to avoid the error.

You should always be able to view the feed directly.

but my advice is to add some subalbums as in the future your gallery will become unorganized with its own growth and will also remove this error from my feed generator..

I guess I should add a catch for this error in the future versions.. .
Thanks for bringing this issue to light.

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Anonymous: Wade O
 October 13 2007 09:19 AM  



If you run the xml file you get the following


Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/brooklin/public_html/gallery2/xml_all.php on line 21
http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/main.php?g2_GALLERYSID=TMP_SESSION_ID_DI_NOISSES_PMT XML Mini SlideShow for Gallery2 en_US 4WiseGuys RSS Generator version 1.5.3 Sat, 13 Oct 2007 09:17:06 -0700 120

I'm not sure if that helps....

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 October 13 2007 16:28 PM  
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did you read my previous post?

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Anonymous: Wade O
 October 13 2007 19:11 PM  



IT works ..

I did not do what you said to do but I did create some albums and now it is working fine.

Thanks for your help and for producing a great product.


 
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Anonymous: Wade O
 October 13 2007 19:46 PM  


It works in all browsers except the new ie7?

I'm sure I'm not the first to find this out.

My working code....

<embed width="178" height="178" align="middle" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer"
type="application/x-shockwave-flash" name="minislide" wmode="transparent" quality="high" flashvars="xmlUrl=http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/xml.php?g2_itemId=74&shuffle=true
&delay=3&transInType=Fade&transOutType=Random" src="http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/minislideshow.swf"></embed>

what do you think?


 
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 October 13 2007 20:03 PM  
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you are using v.1.5, v.2.0 fixes this issue. The loading animation and the transitions are better also. see the full story on the front page of this site.


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Anonymous: all works well except clicking on the picture
 October 14 2007 20:25 PM  


I have the the player working find on the site except you can no longer click on the picture.?

on the version 1.5 I could click the picture.

here is the code that I'm using.

<embed width="180" height="180" align="middle"
pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer"
type="application/x-shockwave-flash"
name="minislide"
wmode="transparent"
quality="high"
flashvars="xmlUrl=http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/xml.php?g2_itemId=74&shuffle=true&delay=8&transInType=Fade&transOutType=Fade" src="http://www.brookline-pgh.org/gallery2/minislideshow.swf"></embed>

Not sure if I will need to add another variable script.



 
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 October 15 2007 04:08 AM  
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I'm able to click the pic in both FF 2.0 and IE7.
Although IE has its "Click to activate and use this control" blunder.
If you choose to address this I suggest swfObject.
And you would embed like:

PHP Formatted Code

[b]Place this somewhere in the head[/b]
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.yoursite.com/swfobject.js"></script>

[b]Place the rest where you want the mini to appear[/b]
<div id="mini">Here you can place alternate content which will be replaced by swfObject. Optional for people without flash or js enabled
</div>

<script type="text/javascript">

// <![CDATA[

var so = new SWFObject("http://www.yoursite.com/gallery2/minislideshow.swf", "xmlvid", "180", "180", "9.0.28.0", "ffffff");

so.addParam("flashVars","xmlUrl=http://www.yoursite.com/gallery2/xml.php?g2_itemId=30");

so.addParam("wmode","transparent");


so.write("mini");

// ]]>

</script>
 


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