Ah, I determined where I was being dense. To open Web.lrmodule I just needed to right-click on it and choose "show package contents," which I knew to do to open the LR.app but for some reason didn't realize that there could be a package nested inside of another package (ie, I didn't realize Web.lrmodule was a package I could open).

Thanks, drive through please.

I purchased Postcardviewer Pro and had it working with my LR installation, but after not using it for awhile, and upgrading to LR 3..4 I've found that the Pro version is no longer installed.

Am I doing something stupid? I've opened the LR app package, and navigated to: LR.app/contents/plugins/Web.lrmodule
but can't go any farther as Web.lrmodule is a file, not a folder. I don't remember coming across this problem when I installed it before...any suggestions?

From the PV Pro help page:


    To upgrade your Lightroom v2 PostcardViewer Engine to PostcardViewer-Pro:
Copy the PostcardViewer SWF that comes in the Pro download (at \web\viewer.swf) into the PostcardViewer Engine folder, replacing the existing file.The path to the PostcardViewer Engine folder is as follows:
        Windows: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2\shared\webengines\postcardviewer.lrwebengine
        Macintosh:Applications/Adobe Lightroom 2.app/Contents/Plugins/Web.lrmodule/Contents/Resources/galleries/postcardviewer.lrwebengine (To browse inside a package use ctrl-click and select "Show Package Contents").

How can I eliminate the opening animation with Postcardviewer Pro? I still want the thumbnails to zoom to full size, but would rather not have the thumbs appear one at a time at the start of page load. I've read the customization support page but don't see an option for this.

Thanks!

That worked perfectly, thanks!

This is probably a basic html/css question, but I'm not sure how to handle it.

I have a Postcardviewer gallery in an iframe here:

(I removed link--site no longer there)

This is working on a big display, but if you make the browser window smaller, you'll see that the thumbnails stay put in the center, when I'd like them to stick to the left so folks on laptops will see most or all thumbs, instead of white space on the left...forgive me if this is a stupid question, but I'd appreciate suggestions.

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I just accomplished this by using an iframe and auto scrolling. I'm curious about how to do this without a frame though...

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My thumbnails on the outer edges get hidden with a small browser window (like laptop sized). Is there a way to enable scrolling?

Thanks, that worked!

I'm using LR 3 on a Mac, with Postcardviewer Pro. I want to change the rotation and randomize settings, which I understand can be done by editing the options.as file. I've located that in my PvP download, but that's not the file that LR will be referencing, right? IOW, if I'm creating a gallery with Lightroom, where do I find the options.as file for customization? And I do realize I need to republish the .swf file with Flash...

From here:
http://simpleviewer.net/postcardviewer/ … #lightroom

4.2 Upgrading the Lightroom PostcardViewer Template

To upgrade your Lightroom v2 PostcardViewer Engine to PostcardViewer-Pro:

    * Copy the PostcardViewer SWF that comes in the Pro download (at \web\viewer.swf) into the PostcardViewer Engine folder, replacing the existing file.The path to the PostcardViewer Engine folder is as follows:
          o Windows: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2\shared\webengines\postcardviewer.lrwebengine
          o Macintosh:Applications/Adobe Lightroom 2.app/Contents/Plugins/Web.lrmodule/Contents/Resources/galleries/postcardviewer.lrwebengine (To browse inside a package use ctrl-click and select "Show Package Contents").
    * Restart Lightroom. Any galleries you create from now on will use the Pro swf.