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#46 2014-11-09 15:46:01

mmoy
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France
2014-08-18
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Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Indeed, in both cases, allowing the action without page reload would be even better (as much as possible, with a fallback to old-style page-reloading for people navigating with NoScript or so).

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#47 2014-12-27 11:07:00

photo_friend
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Berlin
1970-01-01
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Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Hi Everybody,

is there an solution for this topic? I would like to change in the admin backend the size of the photo which is used in Fotorama.

thanks a lot
Hagen


photo_friend wrote:

Hi,

To get the Fotorama photo always in the highest resolution, I have to change to lines of code. But with each update of the plugin, I have to change it again. Is it possible to implement a variable in the Fotorama backend to choose the size of the displayed photo? I use 4K (Ultra HD) screens and a high resolution is important for me.

Thanks again



$row['derivative'] = DerivativeImage::get_one('xxlarge', $row['src_image']);
$row['derivative_big'] = DerivativeImage::get_one('xxlarge', $row['src_image']);

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#48 2015-01-13 00:49:19

h*ns
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2015-01-11
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Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Hi and thanks for nice Fotorama-Plugin!

Is there a possibility to start videojs-player directly from the fotorama-slide-show?

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#49 2015-03-05 18:12:22

INTEGRATIONIST
Member
2014-02-24
16

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

This is one of the nice plugins, that transforms a Piwigo gallery into something really interesting and good looking!

I recommend combining this with the "modus" theme, disable the silly user comments and other disturbing interface clutter like the disgusting default navigation thumbnails and voila - looks really like a wonderful pro wordpress site! Gratulation! Piwigo needs much more plugins like this or even better: should use things like this in it's default install. here we see some real commitment to quality and style!

I have a question, too: is there an issue traker for this great work? I see some minor issues, maybe it would be good to have this code on github, so we could resolve problems more easily?

Thanks for your attention!

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#50 2015-05-31 23:26:09

croucrou
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2014-10-13
9

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Hello,

Thanks for this great plugin Fotorama, I really likes it very much.
I am using it with Piwigo 2.7.4 and theme Stripped Responsive.

I would find useful if during slideshow, we could see the description of the photos. I use descriptions to give explanation of the context of the photo, and so, without them, some slideshows loose some of their interest.
In my case, descriptions are often a short sentence or few words.

Is it possible to make them visible in one of the corner of the screen, or at the bottom of the picture ?

Thanks again for your work on this plugin !

Croucrou

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#51 2015-10-14 22:23:44

mmoy
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France
2014-08-18
74

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Hi,

I already mentioned it, but this Fotorama plugin is really, really cool!

One little request: is it possible to have a "play/pause" button to start/stop automatic slideshow next to the "info", "full-screen" and "close" buttons?

Currently, there is such button when the slideshow is not running in full-screen (scroll the page to show the part of the webpage above the slideshow), but 1) it's hard to find for a non-geek visitor since it's hidden by default and 2) it's not accessible anymore when the slideshow runs full-screen. Having this play/pause button next to the "info" (bottom-right) or "full-screen" (top-right) would solve this problem.

Thanks,

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#52 2015-10-25 13:21:08

TheDoc
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2015-10-18
121

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Hi,

I also like the look & feel of Fotorama. However, I have noticed two things about it (probably one one thing in two different Shapes):

- Doesn't allow to play videos (this has already been mentioned)

- For gpx tracks it doesn't show them as openstreetmap plugin does on single image view

So it might be that the plugin does only handle image extensions?

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#53 2015-11-18 11:28:00

croucrou
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2014-10-13
9

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Following my previous message (below), I have seen a commit on GitHub that does exactly what I was dreaming of (see at https://github.com/Piwigo/Piwigo-Fotorama/pull/1)
I have tried this pull request in my Fotorama plugin without success (maybe I made mistakes in copying these modifications).

But anyway, I hope this pull request will be implemented soon !

Crou²


croucrou wrote:

Hello,

Thanks for this great plugin Fotorama, I really likes it very much.
I am using it with Piwigo 2.7.4 and theme Stripped Responsive.

I would find useful if during slideshow, we could see the description of the photos. I use descriptions to give explanation of the context of the photo, and so, without them, some slideshows loose some of their interest.
In my case, descriptions are often a short sentence or few words.

Is it possible to make them visible in one of the corner of the screen, or at the bottom of the picture ?

Thanks again for your work on this plugin !

Croucrou

Last edited by croucrou (2015-11-18 11:28:30)

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#54 2016-01-30 19:51:25

patman
Member
2016-01-24
12

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

photo_friend wrote:

Hi,

To get the Fotorama photo always in the highest resolution, I have to change to lines of code. But with each update of the plugin, I have to change it again. Is it possible to implement a variable in the Fotorama backend to choose the size of the displayed photo? I use 4K (Ultra HD) screens and a high resolution is important for me.

Thanks again



$row['derivative'] = DerivativeImage::get_one('xxlarge', $row['src_image']);
$row['derivative_big'] = DerivativeImage::get_one('xxlarge', $row['src_image']);

In case anyone else hits that (or anyone has a better suggestion), I had a similar situation, and was trying to modify Fotorama.

Instead, I solved this by modifying the sizes of the displayed images, via the Admin page -> Configuration -> Option, "Photo Sizes" tab; click "show details", and the click "edit" for each setting. (I also unset "XXS" - that's just a bit pointless to even have).

I increased all of the sizes to the default size of the next largest setting, and then set XXL to 2560 x 1440 (the size of my Thunderbolt monitor), but you could set that to 3840 × 2160 for a 4K monitor. The size settings should probably be larger by default.

Then just select XXL and run the slideshow.

-- Patrick

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#55 2016-02-11 13:00:03

Semiocity
Member
2015-08-06
7

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

Pleeeeaaaaase... :)

croucrou wrote:

Following my previous message (below), I have seen a commit on GitHub that does exactly what I was dreaming of (see at https://github.com/Piwigo/Piwigo-Fotorama/pull/1)
I have tried this pull request in my Fotorama plugin without success (maybe I made mistakes in copying these modifications).

But anyway, I hope this pull request will be implemented soon !

Crou²


croucrou wrote:

Hello,

Thanks for this great plugin Fotorama, I really likes it very much.
I am using it with Piwigo 2.7.4 and theme Stripped Responsive.

I would find useful if during slideshow, we could see the description of the photos. I use descriptions to give explanation of the context of the photo, and so, without them, some slideshows loose some of their interest.
In my case, descriptions are often a short sentence or few words.

Is it possible to make them visible in one of the corner of the screen, or at the bottom of the picture ?

Thanks again for your work on this plugin !

Croucrou

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#56 2016-02-22 19:57:40

ari
Member
2014-11-05
7

Re: [Plugin] Fotorama

plg wrote:

mmoy wrote:

I'm still getting a minor annoyance: when I activate "replace picture page", and then click the info button, I do get to the picture page, but some buttons bring me back to the Fotorama while they shouldn't:

- The "add to favorites" does its job, but goes back to the Fotorama immediately, I'd rather stay on the picture page.

For this specific problem, I think we should convert this link into an AJAX action.

mmoy wrote:

- The "show metadata" from [extension by maple] EXIF View loads the page picture.php?/N/category/M&metadata, but then the "metadata" argument is ignored, and I get to the Fotorama view. This makes [extension by maple] EXIF View unusable.

The "show metadata" button is not related to [extension by maple] EXIF View, it's a core feature. Exif View only makes the EXIF key/value more readable.

One more time, I wonder if the current ergonomy is the right one about showing/hiding metadata. Maybe it would be better to have a block with metadata and a javascript action to show/hide, with no page reload.

Anyway, for now, I will see if we can cleanly modify Piwigo core to avoid losing the "slideshow" GET parameter.

Just discovered the Modus theme + Fotorama (replace image page = swipe support on mobile) combination and I really like it.

What I am missing though is all the EXIF info that I used to get with Stripped. I got Fotorama to display the "info" icon that exits fotorama and goes to the 'normal' image page that does include the Exif info, but I would love to see Exif integrated into fotorama. So hereby goes a feature request :)

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