Topic: now they are over saturated

This never happened before.
It happens in the browser, chrome
but not firefox.  But then not in chrome
on the laptop.  But yes here on the CALIBRATED
monitor, but only in the browser.  But only in the
SV show, not other browser posts.  Yes in other SV
shows from the past I am seeing in chrome on THIS monitor,
as above.  Not in safari.
sample
http://www.stevezavodny.com/clients/sat'd.jpg
site: also why have the titles disappeared?:
http://www.stevezavodny.com/blog/galler … index.html
also why cant that "x" close window be up top with the rest of the nav?
hard to notice way at the end of the page.

Last edited by steve z (2013-06-20 05:36:28)

Re: now they are over saturated

It happens in the browser, chrome
but not firefox.  But then not in chrome
on the laptop.  But yes here on the CALIBRATED
monitor, but only in the browser.  But only in the
SV show, not other browser posts.

It sounds like it is a Flash Player related issue. Your browsers may have different versions of Adobe Flash Player installed.

Please see these FAQs regarding color issues in SimpleViewer-Pro:
Why do my image colors look faded when viewed in SimpleViewer?
My gallery displays a color shift. How do I fix this?

Please also see the Color Profile Support note here.

Although you have the opposite problem to the first FAQ (over-saturated images rather than faded images), the solution may be worth trying.

also why have the titles disappeared?

Set floatCaption="FALSE" (so that the height of the caption area is taken into consideration when the gallery's layout is calculated) and reduce your gallery's captionHeight from 300 to something like 30.
Please see the 'Floating Elements' section of the SimpleViewer-Pro Layout Guide.

also why cant that "x" close window be up top with the rest of the nav?

I do not know what "x" close window control you are referring to. Is it perhaps a browser-specific control or something in your gallery which I have not yet noticed?

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: now they are over saturated

"floatCaption="FALSE""
This helped. Thanks
See all this happens when I had to dump the old SV for the newer.
Altho i did find where the presets were afterword, which would have helped.

Last edited by steve z (2013-06-23 18:41:43)

Re: now they are over saturated

SUDDENLY stuff is turning red again, regardless of the suggested settings.

http://www.stevezavodny.com/clients/sv%20red.jpg

This has also happened with Bay Books.  Both of you use
some kind of an online vehicle to make your programs.

Last edited by steve z (2014-02-20 23:59:19)

Re: now they are over saturated

When you say "SUDDENLY", do you mean that this this change has recently happened without any modifications to the gallery itself? If so, then the problem may be related to an Adobe Flash Player or browser update. Do you see the problem in all browsers or just certain ones?

Try saving your images without a color profile and deselecting the 'Use Color Correction' option in svBuilder-Pro's 'Customize -> Embed Options' section.

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: now they are over saturated

I have the same problem !
I asked my question here ; http://www.simpleviewer.net/forum/viewt … p?id=18518
Problem not solved, pictures to saturated when turning the frame in transparent.
When using a background color (313131) then the picture colors are perfect.

Don't know if the problem is caused by Simpleviewer or Flash ....
Still waiting for an answer ...

grts
Sieg

Re: now they are over saturated

Steven Speirs wrote:

When you say "SUDDENLY", do you mean that this this change has recently happened without any modifications to the gallery itself? If so, then the problem may be related to an Adobe Flash Player or browser update. Do you see the problem in all browsers or just certain ones?

Try saving your images without a color profile and deselecting the 'Use Color Correction' option in svBuilder-Pro's 'Customize -> Embed Options' section.

Color shift is apparent in other browsers.
'Use Color Correction' option IS deselected

When I look at the individual images processed into the gallery folder by SV builder, in Bridge CS, the color is correct.  When I look at the gallery via html, then the color is redder.

Remaining to test is removing the color profile, but Lightroom does not have an option to export with
no color profile.  So this is a hassle.  More later

Last edited by steve z (2014-02-23 19:05:09)

Re: now they are over saturated

'Use Color Correction' option IS deselected

If 'Use Color Correction' option is already deselected, then try selecting it to see what difference (if any) this makes.
It should be a quick and easy test to try.

Remaining to test is removing the color profile, but Lightroom does not have an option to export with
no color profile.  So this is a hassle.  More later

Hopefully, removing the color profile from the images will result in consistent results.
Please let me know how you get on.

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.

Re: now they are over saturated

Am I using the wrong application to do these things?
Am I getting html 5 shows (i think so)?
Do I need to be using ShowKase? 
I also notice we need Adobe Air to succeed.
Could that be the red factor somehow?
If I am unattached to the internet, can I still make shows?
These things become red in html, not sv pro

Last edited by steve z (2014-02-26 00:35:51)

Re: now they are over saturated

I'll try to answer your questions and hopefully clarify a few things.

Am I using the wrong application to do these things?

There are many ways to create a SimpleViewer-Pro gallery. Please see here for details.
No matter what method you use, all SimpleViewer galleries will, by default, use the Flash Player to display the images if Adobe Flash Player is available in the user's device/browser. If Adobe Flash Player is not available, then SimpleViewer will use the Mobile Player (HTML) to display the images.
You can force SimpleViewer to use the Mobile Player on all devices and in all browsers by setting the useFlash Embed Code Parameter to 'false'.
(If using Juicebox-Builder-Pro to create of edit a gallery, the 'Use Flash' checkbox can be found in the 'Customize -> Embed' section.)

  • If the Flash Player is being used to display the gallery and the useColorCorrection Embed Code parameter is set to 'true', then SimpleViewer will use the 'svcore/swf/simpleviewer_icc.swf' file, which supports ICC color profiles.

  • If the Flash Player is being used to display the gallery and the useColorCorrection Embed Code parameter is set to 'false', then SimpleViewer will use the 'svcore/swf/simpleviewer.swf' file, which does not support ICC color profiles.

  • If the Mobile Player is used to display the gallery, then the images are displayed using dynamically generated HTML <img> tags and the browsers will display them as they would any other <img> image.

(The 'Use Color Correction' checkbox can also be found in svBuilder-Pro's 'Customize -> Embed' section.)

Am I getting html 5 shows (i think so)?

You will know if you are viewing the Mobile Player version of a gallery as you will be presented with a grid of thumbnails, from which a main image can be selected. The thumbnails and main image are not displayed together on the same page in the Mobile Player presentation.
Please see these FAQs:
When I view my gallery I see a grid of thumbnails, not the layout I specified. Why?
The mobile player layout does not match the Flash player layout. Why not?

Do I need to be using ShowKase?

Showkase would allow you to create SimpleViewer-Pro galleries online using a browser interface.
Once the galleries have been created, they are no different to SimpleViewer galleries which have been created on your computer and uploaded to your web server.

I also notice we need Adobe Air to succeed.

Adobe AIR is required only to run svBuilder-Pro, a standalone desktop application to create and edit SimpleViewer-Pro galleries on your computer. (svBuilder-Pro comes bundled with SimpleViewer-Pro.)

Could that be the red factor somehow?

If you create a gallery with svBuilder-Pro and allow svBuilder-Pro to resize your images, the images in the gallery's 'images' folder will have their ICC profiles (and all EXIF and IPTC data) stripped out. If you wish your images to remain untouched (and simply be copied across to the gallery's 'images' folder), please deselect the 'Resize Images' checkbox on the 'Images' tab.

If I am unattached to the internet, can I still make shows?

svBuilder-Pro does not require an internet connection to create galleries. The Lightroom, Photoshop and Picasa plugins also do not require an internet connection to create galleries.
Some other methods of creating galleries (those that are installed on web servers and use browser-based interfaces such as Showkase and WordPress), do require an internet connection.

Steven Speirs
SimpleViewer Support Team.