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New Plugin: xGallery

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  • Looks good, Would be nice to have a way to display video files and music files, I was looking for a nice way to show some small video clips on my site a few weeks back.

    You can now display flash, video, and audio files. A few more changes, see the readme.txt in the .zip file

    Version 0.3 released, it has a few minor changes, and it now has a working administration via the WP admin-> options

    I’ll be adding the support for other file types (.txt, .zip, etc.) as well as hit counters (especially helpful for .zip’s etc.) in the next version.

    Things to also look forward to will be a File Administration interface, as well as user comments in the future

    DetroitMonkey
    Member

    @detroitmonkey

    I’ve just installed 0.3 on WP nightly build 1-13-2005.
    I followed the brief instructions in the readme file.
    When I activate xGallery from the plugin admin panel, I get a new xGallery tab under Options in the admin panel.

    The problem is that I get the following errors above the xGallery options tab.

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'xgallery_resized_filetype')'' at line 1]<br />
    SELECT option_name FROM wp_options WHERE option_name = 'xgallery_get_option('xgallery_resized_filetype')'

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'xgallery_resized_filetype')'' at line 1]<br />
    SELECT option_name FROM wp_options WHERE option_name = 'xgallery_get_option('xgallery_resized_filetype')'

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'xgallery_resized_filetype')'' at line 1]<br />
    SELECT option_name FROM wp_options WHERE option_name = 'xgallery_get_option('xgallery_resized_filetype')'

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'xgallery_resized_filetype')'' at line 1]<br />
    UPDATE wp_options SET option_value = '0' WHERE option_name = 'xgallery_get_option('xgallery_resized_filetype')'<br />

    I’ll upload the fixed version tomorrow

    NuclearMoose
    Member

    @nuclearmoose

    zeeg,
    Has anyone tested the plugin on 1.2x yet?

    Ya but I think some of the newer stuff primarily wont work on 1.2, but im not 100%.

    You can try but you have to edit the photos.php template, my 0.1 version worked but im not sure now

    I uploaded 0.31 now it fixes that bug, but there IS a bug with larger image files (around 200-300kb) i dont know why, but it breaks the thumbnail creation script, ill try fixing it later

    I might just end up removing the shadow effects and such

    ok ok, i fixed audio/video, 0.32 is avail, for now they all require quicktime tho

    sounds a very interesting plugin, might take a look at it. nice work zeeg

    hi, i just installed xgallery on mingus, however i didn’t get any xgallery admin option after activating the plugin. which is fine if i can use it without the admin, but the readme didn’t seem to indicate how to use it otherwise? i don’t know if i’m supposed to upload images into a certain folder, etc

    plugin looks cool though, i really like the ability to have different types of media! and of course file admin and user comments will be great too

    what version of wordpress?

    It’d be under the Menu “Options” in WP-Admin

    options-general.php would be the page to load to view it I believe

    hi zeeg, it’s version 1.2.2 of wp

    and yeah, on options-general.php i don’t have anything new showing up there 🙁 i must’ve done something wrong…

    it might be because you’re using 1.2.2 i made it for 1.5, sorry 🙁

    thanks zeeg, no worries. i had been thinking it best to stick with the latest stable version but all these cool plugins are so tempting heheh…

    DetroitMonkey
    Member

    @detroitmonkey

    Alright zeeg. This plugin looks sweet on your site, and damn if I’m not itching to use it myself, but i need more documentation.

    Your readme is so out-dated and is about 4 lines long. Something like…
    1. Unzip
    2. Edit as needed
    3. Activate
    4. Upload and Enjoy

    I need a little more than that.
    I uploaded the plug-in and installed it just fine.
    I used the xGallery admin panel under Options to customize my settings.

    Now what? Where do I upload to? Should I have another browser interface for managing my albums and photos? Or is it all FTP uploading and let xGallery sort it out? I mean, the documentation is so thin on this that I am not even sure IF i got installed right or what to do with it.

    Can you please get a clear and complete documentation so I can use this.

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