try decreasing the max image size. As counterintuitive as it sounds, that actually worked for me in one case.

2

(4 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

did you doublecheck that all your table tabs are closed?

3

(2 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

did you leave it for a bit and see if they eventually load? I had that problem with larger images.

4

(3 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

yeah, IE has a serious browser cache problem with tiltviewer. :(

5

(2 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

Functioning gallery can be seen here:

http://www.rotorhead.ca/tiltgallery.php?s=geargirls

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(2 replies, posted in TiltViewer)

edit: created a work - around.

I just noticed it appears if I decrease the # of thumbnail rows.

Is there any way to get the caption to extend across the canvas, instead of just under the thumbs? or at least allow left nav with the thumbs top justified, leaving more room below them for captions? Longer captions are snipped off.

I should have mentioned: I have it set to textColor='0x000000'

9

(5 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

was the text you saw the error message saying you needed flash to run the script?

can't you FTP the files into your site folder?

No matter what, I can't get captions to appear.

I'm using

<image>
<filename>image.jpg</filename>
<caption>test caption</caption>
</image>

... the images work fine, everything else works fine, but no captions appear at all. Suggestions?

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(3 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

...and that was the clue. There I was pouring through PHP and XML, when it was a simple bug in the CSS stylesheet. One character buggering the whole lot up.

13

(3 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

by changing the bgcolor so I can see the stage, it looks like the flash window is only 2 pixels high in IE for some reason.

14

(3 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

<script type="text/javascript">
        var fo = new SWFObject("viewer/viewer.swf", "viewer", "100%", "100%", "7", "#ffffff");   
        fo.addVariable("preloaderColor", "0xffffff");
        fo.addVariable("xmlDataPath", "site/path.php?g=mags");
        fo.addParam("wmode", "transparent")
        fo.write("flashcontent");   
    </script>

...where path.php is the page that dynamically generates the XML to permit multiple galleries:

$folder    =     $_GET[g];
$imgpath =     $folder."/";

include "../viewer/showconfig.php"



...the include pulls in the following to create the XML:

$imgpathup        = "../".$imgpath;

$number_of_pics = countfile($imgpathup);

echo "<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>";

echo "<simpleviewerGallery maxImageWidth='701' maxImageHeight='1500' textColor='0x000000' frameColor='0xa9100c' frameWidth='2' stagePadding='10' thumbnailColumns='9' thumbnailRows='1' navPosition='top' title='Gallery' enableRightClickOpen='false' backgroundImagePath='' imagePath='$imgpath' thumbPath='$imgpath'>";

include "../viewer/showthumbs.php";
}

echo "</simpleviewerGallery>";



...showthumbs generates the XML for each image:

$picname=$i;
if ($i<10)
    {
    $picname='0'.$picname;
    }
if (file_exists($imgpathup.$picname.".jpg"))
    {
    echo "<image><filename>$picname.jpg</filename><caption>image $picname</caption></image>";   
    }

...and it all works fine in Mozilla Firefox without a hitch.

15

(3 replies, posted in SimpleViewer v1)

Got everything up and running, but when I tested it in IE the page is blank... wtf?