Topic: Using SimpleViewer-Pro V2 with Gallery2 Script [External Gallery]

I have followed the instructions on how to utilize gallery2 uploaded images by simpleviewer using the following info:

http://codex.gallery2.org/Gallery2:Modu … ewersource

Plugin has been downloaded, installed, configured and activated in gallery2.

Now according with your instructions to use an external gallery found here:

http://www.simpleviewer.net/simpleviewe … tions.html

and these are the instructions you provide:

These options are set in the HTML document that contains SimpleViewer. To modify these options, edit the HTML doc with any text editor. HTML options are set with JavaScript in this format:

flashvars.galleryURL = "myGallery.xml";

But where exactly am I supposed to insert this command in the HMTL? within the javascript tags? the ones at top? the ones calling the .swf file?

<script type="text/javascript" src="swfobject.js"></script>

"http://www.myGalleryWebsite.com/main.ph … temId=xxxx")

Please help! This is the very reason why I purchased simpleviewer pro!!

Re: Using SimpleViewer-Pro V2 with Gallery2 Script [External Gallery]

I have been able to make the basic connection for simpleviewer to read the xml generated by gallery2, but yet it seems that it is still not feeding from the correct thumbnail and folder image folders.

please check progress here:

http://www.nextlevelmarket.com/simpleviewer/

Any suggestions on what I might be missing?

Re: Using SimpleViewer-Pro V2 with Gallery2 Script [External Gallery]

I have gotten simpleviewer correctly setup and configured.

gallery2 is working fine when using the simpleviewer module within itself:

http://www.nextlevelmarket.com/gallery/ … 2_itemId=7

But when using simpleviewer to feed from an external gallery "gallery2" its not showing any pictures.

My guess is that perhaps its loading from the incorrect thumbnail/images folders? the images load as a big "X" mark.

You can view this at this link:

http://www.nextlevelmarket.com/simpleviewer/

Any suggestions on what might be wrong?