Subject: geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 06/10/02 08:08pm
By: rg1

I just wanted to let you all know that I think GL is a great product. I recently went through with the Gallery integration, and it went smooth. The only think I noticed is that after I log out, and go back to my gallery, it still shows the username as logged in, even though gallery priviledges of that user are not enabled. Not sure if this is a browser cache issue or what. Im not sure if anyone else noticed this and if so/not, I would like to know. I can live with it. Cheers -Rob

geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 07/10/02 07:45am
By: rg1

I also noticed that the slideshow is working, but all the cool transitions are not available.

geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 07/10/02 11:00am
By: Anonymous

I have noticed the "cool transitions" are only available when using Microsoft Internet Exploder, not Mozilla... that appears to be a limitation of Gallery AFAIK

geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 07/10/02 06:22pm
By: sagnaing

I experienced the same problem but I managed to solve it by modifying the init.php under gallery directory as below.

if (isset($_USER["username"])) {
  $gallery->session->username = $_USER['username'];
} else if (!empty($gallery->session->username)) {
  $gallery->session->username = "";
}

The first two lines are already there which is about line 200, I think.

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sagnaing;


geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 07/10/02 10:34pm
By: rg1

You are the man. That worked like a charm. I just noticed before I saw your response, that the logout was not working before as I previously thought. Thanks again. Antoher think I noticed is that the slideshow transitions stuff (IE checkerboard, pinwheel, random etc..etc..) disappeared after the integration. Did you experience this as well?

geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 20/11/02 02:04am
By: Anonymous

I've noticed this in Mozilla. Under all versions of IE since 5, it seems fine...

geeklog-1.3.6 and gallery-1.3.1

Posted on: 20/11/02 09:18am
By: Anonymous

Filters and transitions are unique to IE. The good part is around 90% of the people today use this browser.

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