Topic: Flicker - Cannot load from Flicker

Hi,

Having a issue with flicker. I set this site up http://www.susanmaclaurin.com/5_gallery.html this morning and has been working fine all day from a flickr feed. Now all of a sudden the pages return a 'cannot load from flickr' error. I cannot figure out what is happening. Any thoughts? does flickr limit the amount of traffic?

Much appreciated.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<simpleviewergallery 
title="" 
textColor="FFFFFF" 
frameColor="FFFFFF" 
thumbPosition="BOTTOM" 
galleryStyle="COMPACT" 
thumbColumns="9" 
thumbRows="1" 
showOpenButton="false" 
showFullscreenButton="false" 
frameWidth="0" 
maxImageWidth="739" 
maxImageHeight="739" 
imagePath="images/" 
thumbPath="thumb/" 
useFlickr="true" 
flickrUserName="maclaurin1" 
flickrTags="W_LANDSCAPE" 
languageCode="AUTO" 
languageList="" 
embedColor="FFFFFF" 
showOverlay="NEVER" 
stageBorder="10" 
enableMouseWheel="true" 
enableLooping="true" 
randomizeImages="false" 
enableAPI="false" 
dropShadowStrength="1" 
imageFrameStyle="SQUARE" 
imageCornerRadius="50" 
imageNavScale=".5" 
imageNavColor="FFFFFF" 
imageNavBackOpacity=".5" 
imageNavStyle="TRIANGLE" 
thumbHeight="75" 
thumbPadding="8" 
thumbDropShadow="false" 
thumbFrameHoverColor="000000" 
thumbFrameColor="FFFFFF" 
showThumbVisited="false" 
showThumbLoadBar="true" 
thumbLoadBarHeight="10" 
thumbClickShift="1" 
thumbFrameStyle="SQUARE" 
thumbNavStyle="NUMERIC" 
thumbNavPosition="CENTER" 
showDownloadButton="false" 
showNavButtons="false" 
showAutoPlayButton="false" 
showAudioButton="false" 
showToolTips="false" 
buttonBarPosition="NONE" 
showBackButton="false" 
flickrImageSize="ORIGINAL" 
flickrShowTitle="false" 
flickrShowDescription="false">
</simpleviewergallery>

Re: Flicker - Cannot load from Flicker

well, so 10 minutes later some of the gallery pages seem to be up and running again, other still not. Is this the case with flickr galleries? Oh, now there all working.

Re: Flicker - Cannot load from Flicker

Sounds like a internet hiccup to me, if it happens a lot let us know, but it shouldn't be a normal occurrence. If you are concerned about it you could always host your images on your own site.

Mike Richards
SimpleViewer Support Team.