Revision 0.3.2 (2016-09-28)
About: Lets you display and manage 3-D images as wiggle gifs, or side by side frames for cross-eyed or wall-eyed viewing. This plugin splits uploaded .mpo images and creates two-frame gif images for viewing on a 2-D screen. The MPO format is used by FujiFilm's Real 3D cameras, Nintendo's 3DS, and HTC's 3-D smartphones, among other devices.
When viewing an image as a wiggle gif, you can change the frame offset to focus on objects at different depths. Use H, J, K, and L to change the offset. Holding shift moves 10 pixels at a time. This plugin adds a tab on the photo edit screen for administrators to adjust the default offset for all viewers, but everyone's adjustments will persist in their browser's local storage. It supports swiping to adjust offset on mobile devices, but only displays the gifs if you switch to desktop mode.
Requires imagemagick. Uses libgif-js.
Please report bugs and request features on the Stereo plugin's GitHub page: https://github.com/ejegg/piwigo-stereo/issues
Changes: Downsample images for side-by-side display, rather than serving full size images displayed at half screen width.
Revision 3.00 (2016-09-28)
About: Select a default license that will be shown in gallery footer and picture pages (but this one will be overriden by picture's IPTC copyright if it exists). You can choose from any Creative Commons licences or add a custom one.
If plugin recognizes a license in image metadata's copyright, it will be turned into a link to that license's official page.
Changes: Added last features I had in mind :
- enable or not image's page copyright section
- if plugin can recognize a licence string in image's copyright metadata, it will be turned into a link to that licence's page
- if image has no copyright in metadata, copyright sectin will switch to a License section showing default licence selected as a link (for admins, it will add an alert icon to suggest to add a copyright)
Revision 1.7.9pc (2016-09-22)
About: Piwigo2Img is a web software used as Piwigo image to BBcode or HTML code generator. It can be used to insert Piwigo images in internet posts or comments in a very fast way.
I have created originally as a PhpBB3 mod (manual installation), which is adding a [piwigo] button in PhpBB3 message posting toolbar. That permit PhpBB3 users to insert [IMG] and [URL] bbcode in forum messages, linking to the pictures of one or multiple Piwigo galleries.
Check the documentation "\piwigo2img-readme\piwigo2img-2-install.txt" for how to install Piwigo2Img as a post button in:
-Wordpress (as plugin)
-bbPress (as plugin)
-PhpBB3 (as mod)
-SMF (as mod)
-PunBB (as mod)
-Vanilla (as mod)
Since it generates the code in it's own textarea, it also can be accessed directly http://yoursite.com/path-to-your/piwigo2img.php for standalone usage. It can be adapted very easily as posting toolbar button to other software.
Wordpress installation and usage: https://youtu.be/kt94Jv4D248
PhpBB3 installation and usage: https://youtu.be/WLVSovDE6x4
Lightbox2 installation and usage (for Wordpress): https://youtu.be/nExty2_7bl8
Standalone usage (for Wordpress): https://youtu.be/T9ya2bC5Dx0
Changes: Added "About" link and add code to cursor logic. See detailed changelog in "\piwigo2img-readme\piwigo2img-3-develop.txt"
Revision 1.0.3 (2016-09-20)
About: Display a magnifying loupe over pictures.
Requested here: http://piwigo.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=26840
Using this library: https://github.com/redoPop/loupe
Loupe library web browser compatibility:
-MSIE 11+ (will not work in IE 8, 9, or 10)
-Desktop Safari 7 (minus the scrollwheel zoom feature)
Changes: Fix bug in remove [map]
Revision 1.4.10 (2016-09-13)
About: A feature-rich and mobile-ready theme based on Phil Bayfield's Bootstrap Default.
[*] Plenty of color schemes, thanks to Bootswatch. Includes a custom dark color scheme based on Lightroom.
[*] Album navigation on the picture page with touch support using Slick slider.
[*] Fullscreen slideshow view using PhotoSwipe
[**] Supports videos using standard HTML 5 video widget
[**] Autoplay slideshow
[**] Can be started from both the thumbnail and the picture detail page.
[*] Native HTML 5 video support on picture page, too
[*] 100% mobile device ready (responsive layout, asynchronous loading of content, tap & swipe events)
[*] All features are configurable (enable/disable, various options)
* PHP >= 5.3
* Bootstrap Default installed (but it does not have to be activated)
Recommended plugins for best mobile experience:
* GThumb+ or gdThumb
* RV Thumbnail Scroller (really a must-have)
Changes: - Fix PhotoSwipe opening the wrong image when thumbnails linked to photoswipe and image id > number of images per page
- Fix video size in Photoswipe if video is higher than the viewport size
- Fix some JS event collision with other plugins
- Fix loading of video indicator icon when using RV Thumbnail scroller (after ajax load)