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#16 2019-10-10 10:26:32

homdax
Member
Sweden
2015-02-02
108

Re: Piwigo 2.10

Sued... pfff, ridiculous this is free software used at own risk. Unless its a piwigo.com paying user of course.

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#17 2019-10-10 11:27:24

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13275

Re: Piwigo 2.10

Hi Nigel-Aves,

Nigel-Aves wrote:

Unfortunately upgrade did NOT work.

OK, I see that and don't worry it looks "fixable" :-) Please open a dedicated topic.

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#18 2019-10-10 12:35:54

aanimeri
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2018-04-10
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Re: Piwigo 2.10

My site aanimeri update/upgrade from 2.95 to 2.10 completed.
Had to activate theme and plugins. Had to fix some thousand photo checksums.
So far everything seems to be fine.

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#19 2019-10-10 14:19:27

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13275

Re: Piwigo 2.10

stormhike wrote:

Where did the fullscreen slideshow go?

Maybe it was a plugin. The upgrade process deactivate extra plugins and extra themes. Reactivate them and you should have the same behavior as Piwigo 2.9.

stormhike wrote:

And the new Dashboard theme is hard to read in daylight.

Are you using the dark admin theme or clear admin theme?

The clear theme should be perfectly readable in daylight. The dark theme is not meant to be used in daylight, but in low light environment.

stormhike wrote:

[...] or you might get sued.

I don't think so ;-) but your feedback is valuable. I understand you're getting quite emotional on this and it mainly shows me Piwigo matters to you. I appreciate that.

stormhike wrote:

While I am all wound up I would like to point out that the amount of wasted space above the photo in the modus theme makes it so that you have to select a smaller photo size, which sucks. I recommend that you ease out any unnecessary space around the photos.

OK, please open a new dedicated topic to discuss that and don't forget screenshots. For me, the Modus theme is especially good at using spaces efficiently.

stormhike wrote:

Nevertheless I thank you for the excellent product.

Thank you :-D

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#20 2019-10-10 14:21:10

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13275

Re: Piwigo 2.10

eliz82 wrote:

stormhike wrote:

On my system it scores a miserable 61% on the Lighthouse Accessibility Audit in the Chrome browser. You might want to look into that or you might get sued.

Plg, I apologize on his behalf.
I can even imagine how you feel after working for so many years on a free software and see something like this.

I feel perfectly fine. stormhike is angry because his Piwigo doesn't behave as he used to love it. What I mainly understand is that he loves his Piwigo. I appreciate this love :-D

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#21 2019-10-10 14:22:41

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13275

Re: Piwigo 2.10

homdax wrote:

Sued... pfff, ridiculous this is free software used at own risk. Unless its a piwigo.com paying user of course.

Even a Piwigo.com client can't sue Piwigo.com because the application behavior has changed. That's a term of service matter and I'm quite confident with them ;-) No worry.

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#22 2019-10-11 07:27:05

executive
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2017-08-16
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Re: Piwigo 2.10

You mean I can sue a company if I can't read their website under certain conditions, and it's not mentioned in their terms. That's quite funny!

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#23 2019-10-11 08:25:49

homdax
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Sweden
2015-02-02
108

Re: Piwigo 2.10

Actually you can, it's all about what agreement you have with the supplier.

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#24 2019-10-15 07:48:59

stormhike
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2019-10-10
4

Re: Piwigo 2.10

homdax wrote:

Sued... pfff, ridiculous this is free software used at own risk. Unless its a piwigo.com paying user of course.

You are probably right that it is ridiculous if you don't live in the USA. In the last couple of years there have been thousands of suits against websites that don't reach accessibility standards. It probably wouldn't be Piwigo that would get sued but someone using the software or the hosting.
It is a shame that ridicule is often the reaction to Accessibility standards rather than one of considering how we can help those who are vision impaired.

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#25 2019-10-15 08:25:26

stormhike
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2019-10-10
4

Re: Piwigo 2.10

plg wrote:

homdax wrote:

Sued... pfff, ridiculous this is free software used at own risk. Unless its a piwigo.com paying user of course.

Even a Piwigo.com client can't sue Piwigo.com because the application behavior has changed. That's a term of service matter and I'm quite confident with them ;-) No worry.

You are probably not worried because you don't live in the sue-happy USA.
Do a web search for something like "accessibility website court cases" and you will see that there are thousands of cases.
I do think you should be interested in doing the most you can to help those who are visually impaired. I encourage you to think more about it in the future.

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#26 2019-10-15 08:44:42

stormhike
Member
2019-10-10
4

Re: Piwigo 2.10

stormhike wrote:

While I am all wound up I would like to point out that the amount of wasted space above the photo in the modus theme makes it so that you have to select a smaller photo size, which sucks. I recommend that you ease out any unnecessary space around the photos.

OK, please open a new dedicated topic to discuss that and don't forget screenshots. For me, the Modus theme is especially good at using spaces efficiently.

Thanks for your reply.
Sorry I don't know how to open a "dedicated topic".
I dived into quartz.css and removed padding top and bottom on #menubar and on .titrePage which gave me more room for my photos. I also moved up the hamburger and removed padding from the top of #theImageAndInfos. I like it more now.

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#27 2019-10-15 15:16:06

executive
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2017-08-16
664

Re: Piwigo 2.10

He means if you have an issue, then open your own topic about it. Don't spam this announcement topic. It doesn't belong here.

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#28 2019-10-15 18:41:32

Ortolan
Translation Team
2011-02-20
6

Re: Piwigo 2.10

After upgrading my website (www.grzyby.kujawa.org.pl) does not work.
I have got the warning:

Warning: [mysql error 1146] Table 'ortolan_grzyby.piwigo_add_properties_photos' doesn't exist
SELECT wording FROM piwigo_add_properties_photos WHERE wording = 'Description' LIMIT 1; in /home/ortolan/public_html/grzyby/include/dblayer/functions_mysqli.inc.php on line 856
Fatal error: Call to a member function fetch_assoc() on a non-object in /home/ortolan/public_html/grzyby/include/dblayer/functions_mysqli.inc.php on line 220

How can I restore the website? Unfortynately, I am not skilled in SQL, however I could try to follow an instruction. Could you help to solve the problem?

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#29 2019-10-16 10:04:31

plg
Piwigo Team
Nantes, France, Europe
2002-04-05
13275

Re: Piwigo 2.10

Ortolan wrote:

After upgrading my website (www.grzyby.kujawa.org.pl) does not work. [...] Could you help to solve the problem?

Sure. Please open a new discussion on the forum to get this fixed :-)

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