source: extensions/gally/gally-default/conf/default.conf @ 6752

Last change on this file since 6752 was 6752, checked in by grum, 10 years ago

for panoramic images, add possibility to simulate presence of a high resolution image

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1# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2# DEFAULT FILE FOR GALLY'S THEMES
3# Theme for Piwigo
4# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
5# file: gally-default/conf/default.conf
6# file release: 1.3.0
7# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
8# author: grum at piwigo.org
9# << May the Little SpaceFrog be with you >>
10# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
11# Default theme "Gally"
12#
13# see the gally-default/release_notes.txt file for more informations
14#
15# this is the config file for the default theme
16#
17# To modify theses default options, you can make a "local.conf" file with new
18# declaration of parameters
19# Local files must be localized in the /local/themes/*theme-name*/conf directory
20#
21#
22# BE CAREFUL : string values must be defined between double-quote => "my string"
23#
24# ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
25
26
27# ------- Picture page parameters ----------------------------------------------
28
29# The 'imageAutoScroll' option can take theses values :
30#   "yes" => use the template scroll feature (no scrollbars)
31#   "no"  => use the browser scroll feature (scrollbars)
32#
33#   Due to bug(?) under MSIE browser this option automaticaly forced to no
34#     works well with FF2, FF3, Opera, Safari
35imageAutoScroll = "yes"
36
37
38# -- 1.3.1 --
39# the 'imageSimulateHighRes' option can take theses values :
40#   "yes" => if there is no high res file and if the image need scroll, the
41#            template simulate an high res image managment
42#   "no"  => don't simulate high res image
43imageSimulateHighRes = "yes"
44
45
46# The 'imageCenterMode' option can take theses values :
47#   "img"  => position is calculated on the image height
48#   "all"  => position is calculated on the image height + comment height
49#   "none" => image is not centered, just positionned to the 'imageCenterTopMin'
50#             value
51imageCenterMode = "img"
52
53# The 'imageCenterOffset' option can take any positive integer value
54# This option define an offset (in pixels) to apply to the top position of the
55# image after centered position is calculated.
56imageCenterOffset = -15
57
58# The 'imageCenterTopMin' option can take any positive integer value
59# This option define the minimal position at top for the picture (in pixels)
60#  works only if the image is displayed in absolute/fixed mode (ignored with the
61#  relative/static modes)
62imageCenterTopMin = 30
63
64# -- 1.2.0 --
65# The 'imageCenterTopBorder' option define the offset used to apply the minimal
66# position at top for the picture
67# The option can take theses values :
68#   "page"           => minimal position is defined from the top border of the
69#                       page
70#   "imageHeaderBar" => minimal position is defined from the bottom border of
71#                       header bar
72imageCenterTopBorder="imageHeaderBar"
73
74
75# The 'imageInterface' option can take theses values :
76#   "none" => no effect to switch the interface (on/off)
77#   "fade" => use fading to switch the interface (fade in/fade out)
78#
79#   Due to bug(?) under MSIE browser this option automaticaly forced to "none"
80#     works well with FF2, FF3, Opera, Safari
81interfaceAnimated="none"
82
83# -- 1.3.0 --
84# The 'interfaceCanSwitch' option can take theses values :
85#   "yes" => the interface is displayed or hidden according to the defined rules
86#   "no"  => the interface is always displayed
87interfaceCanSwitch="yes"
88
89# The 'imageInterfaceHidden' option can take theses values :
90#   "yes" => after a page is loaded, if mouse is over the interface, the
91#            interface still hidden until the mouse move
92#   "no"  => after a page is loaded, if mouse is over the interface, the
93#            interface is visible immediately
94#
95#   Due to bug(?) under MSIE browser this option automaticaly forced to "none"
96#     works well with FF2, FF3, Opera, Safari
97interfaceHidden="yes"
98
99# -- 1.2.0 --
100# The 'interfaceOnImage' option can take theses values :
101#   "always"   => display interface when the mouse is over the picture
102#   "noscroll" => display interface when the mouse is over the picture only if
103#                 the picture is not scrollable
104#   "never"    => don't display interface when the mouse is over the picture
105interfaceOnImage="noscroll"
106
107# -- 1.2.0 --
108# The 'interfaceTimerDelay' options can take any positive integer values.
109# This option define the delay (in millseconds) of inactivity before hidding the
110# interface
111# set to 0 to deactivate this functionnality
112interfaceTimerDelay=2500
113
114# The 'animateDelay' option can take any positive integer value
115# This option define the duration (in milliseconds) of effects
116animateDelay=0
117
118# The 'marginContainer' option can take any positive integer value
119# This option define the space between the picture side (left/right) and the
120# window borders. Normal & high resolution view use this property
121# Only used when the 'imageAutoScroll' is set to yes
122marginContainer=30
123
124# -- 1.3.0 --
125# The 'paddingContainer' option can take any positive integer value
126# This option is used for high resolution view and defines the space between the
127# picture sides (left/right/top/bottom) and the container.
128paddingContainer=10
129
130# -- 1.2.0 --
131# The 'tabsAnimated' option can take theses values :
132#   "yes" => use slide to switch the tabs area (slide in/slide out)
133#   "no"  => no effect to switch the tabs area (on/off)
134tabsAnimated="no"
135
136# -- 1.2.0 --
137# The 'tabsHidden' and 'tabsVisible' options can take any positive
138# integer values.
139# Theses options define the height (in pixels) of the minimized and maximized
140# tabs area
141tabsHidden=21
142tabsVisible=250
143
144# -- 1.2.0 --
145# The 'tabsPosition' option can take theses values :
146#   "top"     => display the tabs area at the bottom of the image toobar area
147#                (top of the page)
148#   "bottom"  => display the tabs area at the top of the copyright area
149#                (bottom of the page)
150tabsPosition="top"
151
152# -- 1.3.0 --
153# The 'displayBanner' option can take theses values :
154#   "yes"       => display the banner on the picture page
155#   "no"        => hide the banner on the picture page
156#   "alternate" => display an alternate banner ; the content of the alternate
157#                  banner is defined in the 'alternateBannerContent' option
158displayBanner="yes"
159
160# -- 1.3.0 --
161# The 'alternateBannerContent' option can take any text value
162# If the 'displayBanner' is set to 'alternate' value, the content of the
163# 'alternateBannerContent' is used to display the header
164alternateBannerContent=""
165
166# -- 1.2.0 --
167# The 'commentRows' option can take any positive integer value.
168# This option define the number of rows for the comment textarea
169# (default defined in the template: 7)
170commentRows=7
171
172# -- 1.2.0 --
173# The 'metaNumCols' options can take any positive integer values.
174# This option define the number of columns used to display the metadata
175metaNumCols=2
176
177# -- 1.3.0 --
178# the 'defaultZoomSize' option can take theses values :
179#   "full" => when high res picture is displayed, the image is displayed in the
180#             the full size
181#   "fit"  => when high res picture is displayed, the image is displayed to fit
182#             in the window
183defaultZoomSize="full"
184
185# -- 1.3.0 --
186# the 'displayHighResIcon' option can take theses values :
187#   "yes" => display an icon 'view full res' in the toolbar
188#   "no"  => don't display an icon 'view full res' in the toolbar
189displayHighResIcon="yes"
190
191# -- 1.3.0 --
192# the 'highResClickMode' option can take theses values :
193#   "close" => click on the high res picture close the high res picture
194#   "zoom"  => click on the high res picture switch the zoom mode fit/full
195highResClickMode="zoom"
196
197
198
199# ------- Menu parameters ------------------------------------------------------
200
201# The 'menuAnimated' option can take theses values :
202#   "none" => no effect to switch the menu (on/off)
203#   "fade" => use fading to switch the menu (fade in/fade out)
204#   "slide" => use fading to switch the menu (fade in/fade out)
205#   "noswitch" => [1.2.0] menu is not displayed by a click (always displayed,
206#                 eventually managed by CSS)
207#
208#   Due to bug(?) under MSIE browser this option automaticaly forced to "none"
209#   if it different of "noswitch" works well with FF2, FF3, Opera, Safari
210menuAnimated="noswitch"
211
212# The 'menuWidth' option can take theses values :
213#   "auto" => width of the menu is autocomputed by the browser
214#   "info" => width of the menu is set to be inside the information panel on the
215#            left (use the '.additional_info' CSS value)
216# The 'menuWidth' option can also take any positive integer value wich define a
217# fixed width in pixels
218menuWidth = "auto"
219
220# The 'menuMaxWidth' option is used when the 'menuWidth' option is set to "auto"
221# and can take any positive integer value wich define a fixed maximum width in
222# pixels
223# If this option is set to 0, there is no maximum width applied to the menu
224#
225# please note that under MSIE prior than 8.0, the 'menuWidth = "auto"' option
226# don't work as well as other browsers and in this case, with the
227# 'menuMSIEMaxWidth' option you can force a maximum width only for this browser
228# This option is not used when the 'menuAnimated' option is set to "noswitch"
229menuMaxWidth = 0
230menuMSIEMaxWidth = 190
231
232# -- 1.3.0 --
233# the 'expandMenu' option can take theses values :
234#   "yes" => the menu is expanded, all items are displayed at once time
235#   "no"  => default piwigo mode, the menu is not expanded
236expandMenu="no"
237
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