Support » Plugin: Image Editor by Pixo » Tool for users

  • Hi all,

    I want to allow my website users to edit the images they upload.
    Can pixo is a good fit?

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  • Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    Hey @snirchum ,

    Thanks for reaching out! ATM I am currently working on v2.0 of the plugin, which will include integration of Pixo Editor in the front-end. Hopefully the way the integration will be implemented will fit into most (if not all) of the use cases.

    What plugin do you use for front-end uploads, so I can test & verify that the integration will cover your use case?

    Thread Starter snirchum

    (@snirchum)

    Hi @ickata,

    Not sure we are using any (I’m new in WP).
    I saw that we use “Fly Dynamic Image Resizer”, but I don’t think it’s for uploading.

    Maybe we are doing it w/o a plugin? Natively?

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    @snirchum well it does not really matter whether it is a plugin or a custom enhancement. The integration should work either way.

    Can you provide a url where I can see it and conclude whether it will work or not?

    Thread Starter snirchum

    (@snirchum)

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    Hey @snirchum ,

    The new version 2.0 is now available to download. It adds a settings page for configuring Pixo for the front-end. When properly configured, Pixo will attach to all file input fields on the page. When the end user selects image in a file input, Pixo opens it for editing. When the end user makes some edits and saves them, Pixo updates the file input, and the edited image then can be uploaded.

    I was not able to see how to upload image to your website, so can you please try the new plugin version and let me know if it works for you?

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    Hey @snirchum ,

    Any update? Did the plugin version 2.0 work for you?

    Thread Starter snirchum

    (@snirchum)

    Hi Ickata,

    Sorry for the late response.

    I installed the plugin, and the editor opened successfully.
    However, when I close and save, it’s not replace the original input image with the new edited one.

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    @snirchum can you please give me the exact steps (including URLs) so I can reproduce on my end and (eventually) try to debug? Thanks!

    Thread Starter snirchum

    (@snirchum)

    Do you want to zoom, so I can explain you?

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    Better explain here, this way users with the same problem will be acknowledged and read the resolution.

    Thread Starter snirchum

    (@snirchum)

    I see, but only seller can upload image in our platform. And to become a seller, you need to register as one.
    Also, I install the plugin in our staging env.

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    OK, is it possible to create some test admin user on your staging env and send me the credentials to mail at ickata dot net?

    Plugin Author Ickata

    (@ickata)

    Hey @snirchum

    Any update?

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