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  • Resolved Fandabydozy


    Hi, I’m using a child theme of 2012 and the Version 1.6.1 PowerTags plugin. I have a gallery of images ( and would like to reorder the power tags.

    Each photo has one tag and I am following instructions on the readme.txt using the code
    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=” – ” include=atlas,anti-atlas,saghro,desert,atlantic] to reorder but I get this error message ‘[NextGen Gallery Powertags][1.6.1][ERROR] : Picturelist is empty.’

    I feel I am doing this right but it is just not working for me. Any suggestions would be really helpful. Many thanks.

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  • Plugin Author sardbaba



    I see it works. Have you solved?

    Hi sardbaba,
    Thanks for the reply; they are in their default ascending/aphabetical order, I couldn’t get reordering to work.

    Plugin Author sardbaba


    Hi, you are welcome

    ok, please try this:

    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=" – " include=atlas,saghro,desert,atlantic]

    if it works then the problem is with the “anti-atlas” tag which probably needs to be put between double quotes.

    Hi there,
    Yes tried that, but it returns
    [NextGen Gallery Powertags][1.6.1][ERROR] : Picturelist is empty.
    I’ve left the error up, on that page.

    Plugin Author sardbaba


    when exactly the error occurs?

    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=" – " include=atlas,saghro,desert,atlantic]

    or with:
    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=" – " include=atlas,saghro,desert,atlantic,"anti-atlas"]


    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=” – ” include=atlas,saghro,desert,atlantic] causes the problem

    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=” – ” include=atlas,saghro,desert,atlantic,”anti-atlas”] shows the list in the default order; All – Anti Atlas – Atlantic – Atlas – Desert – Saghro

    Plugin Author sardbaba


    Tested right now on my local environment (fresh WP 3.5.2, NGG 1.9.13 and Powertags 1.6.1) and it works as designed.

    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=" – " include=tag-two,tagthree,tag1]
    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=" – " include="tag-two,tagthree,tag1"]

    it shows: tag-two – tagthree – tag1

    [nggpowertags gallery=1 tagmenu_sep=" – " include="tag-two",tagthree,tag1]
    makes an unexpected result: tag-two – tag1 – tagthree

    Anyway, in the first two cases it works (without double quotes), so, I don’t know how to reproduce the error and solve your problem, sorry.

    HI, thanks anyway. A

    Plugin Author sardbaba


    closed (won’t fix)

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