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#31 2010-11-14 16:37:56

starRider
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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Ok i am learning :-) ... Sorry i didn't want to bother you with Lightroom stuff ^-^.
Do you have some sort of spec what the plugin should do and what i have to look for in Lightroom
in order to avoid more stupid questions like the last one ?

//sR

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#32 2010-11-14 16:52:53

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

I think you misunderstood, I don't mind questions about Lightroom and its functionality. I am just saying there are certain aspects of the new "Publish" functionality that apply pretty much to each and every publish service simply because that's the groundwork provided by Lightroom itself.

As far as the documentation is concerned, I don't have anything specific for the Piwigo plug-in yet. A good starting point is the following article:

http://help.adobe.com/en_US/Lightroom/3 … -7ffe.html

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#33 2010-11-14 17:07:39

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Thanks a lot for the link. I have been using only export so far and the info about the publishing services is really helpful.

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#34 2010-11-14 17:30:26

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

I upgraded to build 217 on my laptop where I had diffculties to get the plugin running and it works now so i am set for the time being!  :-)))
   
//sR

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#35 2010-11-14 19:02:23

Gotcha
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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Hello,

In Piwigo, there is nothing which prevents from removing pictures or albums which come from the plugin Lightroom. As a result maintenance in Lightroom is not easy.

Will one be able to see one day a function allowing “to synchronize” Lightroom according to the gallery?

Thanks

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#36 2010-11-14 22:09:12

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

I just updated [extension by plg] pwg.images.addSimple with a new version 2.1e to fix the bug that forced the user to open screen [Administration > Photos > Add] at least once before using the Lightroom plugin.


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#37 2010-11-15 19:38:07

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Hello back again with a little bug report ..

I created album with two pictures. This album is on the main page visible to everybody as intended. Both pictures have been marked for republication. I added a new picture to be published.

Before publishing I moved the album into another album in Piwigo which is protected and can be seen only when connected and the right credentials.

I started publishing in LR and LR started to republish the two pictures marked first. Whilst this is happening the album reappears on the mainpage and when publishing the third new picture it aborts with an error. see attached picture.

I send the debug log through the plugin.

On the piwigo side the situation is that i have a link for the third picture on the page but no image ( which seems reasonable ). When clicking on that link i get the folowing error messages on the piwigo screen :

----->

Notice: Undefined index: scaled_width in /homepages/33/d239289535/htdocs/piwigo/plugins/look_like_gbo2/main.inc.php on line 227

Notice: Undefined index: scaled_height in /homepages/33/d239289535/htdocs/piwigo/plugins/look_like_gbo2/main.inc.php on line 228

Notice: Undefined index: scaled_width in /homepages/33/d239289535/htdocs/piwigo/plugins/look_like_gbo2/main.inc.php on line 263

Notice: Undefined index: scaled_height in /homepages/33/d239289535/htdocs/piwigo/plugins/look_like_gbo2/main.inc.php on line 264

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /homepages/33/d239289535/htdocs/piwigo/plugins/look_like_gbo2/main.inc.php:227) in /homepages/33/d239289535/htdocs/piwigo/include/page_header.php on line 98

----->

// sR


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#38 2010-11-15 21:26:44

Polly
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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Hey,

suggest to uninstall look_like_gbo2 plugin to make sure everything else ist working fine.

In my case i get the following error already mentioned by plg:

Code:

Warning: date() [function.date]: It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings. You are *required* to use the date.timezone setting or the date_default_timezone_set() function. In case you used any of those methods and you are still getting this warning, you most likely misspelled the timezone identifier. We selected 'Europe/Berlin' for 'CET/1.0/no DST' instead in /var/www/clients/client4/web10/web/piwigo_2-1-5/include/functions.inc.php on line 510

The same error is passed to Lightroom wenn i try to Upload an Image and the 1st image of the attempt upload is up in piwigo. All Images are left for publishing. LR does not notice that an image was uploaded

hope this helps.

cheers,
Polly

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#39 2010-11-15 21:45:24

plg
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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Polly wrote:

Warning: date() [function.date]: It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings [...]

This warning is related to PHP 5.3 running on a PHP 5.2 configuration I think. This is not related to Piwigo.


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#40 2010-11-15 22:07:08

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Thanks Polly for the comment I will see what happens if I deactivate the plugin.

At least there is one thing for sure which is the fact that the plugin resets the access rights of a category to public which should not happen.

For the time being the plugin only allows to publish into public albums/categories. (At least for me to be confirmed by allophoto )


// sR

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#41 2010-11-15 22:15:53

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

Correct, currently all photos are published as public. There are certain changes that need to be made in Piwigo API to allow more flexibility in this area. As an absolute minimum, there should be an ability to control the access level for each individual album (category).

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#42 2010-11-15 22:32:01

Polly
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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

i should read your posts more accurate, plg
Most times it helps to solve piwigo related and other issues. ;-)

i will try to update the config ...

regards,
polly

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#43 2010-11-15 22:59:44

starRider
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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

The question about the  rights has to be solved by the piwigo team then. Any idea why the upload of the third picture failed ?

One more question : Is the login from the plugin stateful ( i.e. one login for the whole session ) or does the plugin login with the security context for each picture on every action ( upload delete etc .. )


//sR

Last edited by starRider (2010-11-15 23:09:34)

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#44 2010-11-15 23:50:57

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

I don't know yet why the third upload failed, I am going to review your log later tonight.

As far as the session is concerned, the plug-in establishes connection once and keeps using the obtained security token until it expires. If needed, the connection is re-established automatically.

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#45 2010-11-16 19:31:32

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Re: Lightroom plug-in beta testing - invitation

As we already know, changing permissions on an album after it has been published may cause upload issues. I think it's best to focus on the general publishing functionality for now, such as creating albums and collections, publishing and re-publishing, anything that does not involve category or photo permissions.  That part will be taken care of when the Piwigo API provides necessary methods for managing access levels for collections and collection sets.

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