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You heard it here first!
I am currently sending out a few copies of GL's latest media gallery plug-in for testing. I have a few testers already so no need to volunteer--yet.

This gallery, entitled Inmemoriam (call it whatever you like), is a feature rich gallery alternative that integrates beautifully with Geeklog because it was designed within GL's framework.

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Awesome you are the man!
Yes I am mental.

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Without any doubt this is going to be The Plugin of 2005 !!!

I am sure this is what we all have been waiting for


No more sleep for you the comming weeks Machinari !
Way to many people will want this one
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excited
Well after seeing a preview of this baby, it already has my vote.

It's not my place to give anything away - but Inmemoriam IS CERTAINLY what we've all been waiting for. Trust me. You will not be disappointed.

I am so impressed that I'll be dumping my old galleries on all my sites in favour of this plugin as soon as a mature version is available.

I can hardly wait Excellent work as usual Machinari
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Quote by s_witch: Well after seeing a preview of this baby, it already has my vote.


It has my vote as well, and I haven't _seen_ the preview.

But I sure would like to....anyone put this bad boy up somewhere?

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I have been having the site send me Emails when someone post on the old thread.
Make sure to post something if you change threads.
I am just waiting for the release. lol

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machinari

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a second release was just made!
These guys and/or girls are really keeping me on my toes. My list of fixes/additions/subtractions looks like it is breathing as it gets shorter and then longer and then shorter.. you get the point.

This release saw a great many minor bug fixes and hopefully a major one as well. Autotags, RSS, watermark, and much more has been made functional.
...a bit to go yet, but it'll be worth the wait, I'm sure. I have to say, though I really shouldn't cuz it's like voting for my own stuff, but... It really looks good!

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ya ya ya just get it out so I can brag about it! LOL

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Quote by machinari:I have to say, though I really shouldn't cuz it's like voting for my own stuff, but... It really looks good!


I have to say (and since it's not my stuff I can say it :-p) I agree fully. It is really coming along nicely and very quickly!
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I can't wait to see it working. You are doing a great work machinary, thanks a lot.
If you are planning to translate it to other languages, I'll be happy to help you with spanish.

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I look forward to adding it to www.jtravis.us

Hopefully it will include a batch import function that automatically creates thumbnails and medium sized previews, so I can easily move all my photos from the current photo gallery to this one.


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The third release just went out for testing
But, Howy Cwap! the tarball doubled in size and i'm wondering what i did wrong...

but anyway, we're getting close(er). Though you won't get to see all the fantastic features without any admin access, etc., you can catch a sneek preview at alfiegeorge.com. there are only about 6 images up and no captions or anything, but you'll get a small idea anyway. Don't use IE, you'll miss out.

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it's been uploaded at summitpages.ca if anyone is interested.
It should also appear on geeklog.net soon.

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woohoo, going to download and install tommorow also I must say thanks for all your hard work and the testers.
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Thanks for the awesome photo gallery plugin. Thanks for the hard work. The plugin installed easily and adding albums and photos are a simple process. Although, it would be even better if we were able to upload many photos at once in some kind of batch process rather than having to click on "add another file" many times. If I've got 50 photos I need to upload, then I'll be at my computer for a long time.

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I well try to play with this later this week on my test sight.

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Quote by ahijado:it would be even better if we were able to upload many photos at once in some kind of batch process rather than having to click on "add another file" many times.
what's that? I cant hear you over all that heavy breathing.
Take a moment... read the usage document.

This gallery plugin will scan your album dirs for any allowed media that you have uploaded bulk, e.g., via FTP. It's all in the "usage" doc.

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Quote by machinari: it's been uploaded at summitpages.ca if anyone is interested.
It should also appear on geeklog.net soon.


Maaaaaan, you really thought about a lot of good stuff when you made this.

And implemented it as well...

Plugin of the year!

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not sure if this is the right place to ask for support...

I have a little trouble to make it work.
The installation gives my this error:
PHP Formatted Code
Warning: main(Image/Transform.php): failed to open stream: can't find file or directory in /home/gekownet/plugins/inmemoriam/image-functions.inc on line 31

when I change this path to
PHP Formatted Code
$_CONF['path'].'system/pear/Image/Transform.php
I don't get the error, but it looks like it isn't the best trick, because I can't see any image nor any thumbnail

Any idea what I could have done wrong?
The pear stuff is in the pear directory, btw.

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my bad..
for those of you who have $_CONF['have_pear']=true the path to Geeklog's pear directory will not make it into PHP's include path. I assume, geKow, that you have $_CONF['have_pear']=true.
add this bit of code (modified slightly from lib-common.php) into your Inmemoriam functions.inc file (anywhere near the top is fine):
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/*
*quick fix for geeklog's pear path not included in php.ini
*/

if ($_CONF['have_pear']){
    $curPHPIncludePath = ini_get( 'include_path' );
    if( defined( 'PATH_SEPARATOR' )){
        $separator = PATH_SEPARATOR;
    } else {
        // prior to PHP 4.3.0, we have to guess the correct separator ...
        $separator = ';';
        if( strpos( $curPHPIncludePath, $separator ) === false ){
            $separator = ':';
        }
    }
    if( ini_set( 'include_path', $_CONF['path_pear'] . $separator . $curPHPIncludePath ) === false ){
        COM_errorLog( 'ini_set failed - there may be problems using the PEAR image_transform class.', 1);
    }
}


 
Let me know as soon as you can if that turns out to be the issue. that acually might cause a conflict, but I can't tell cuz I'm not on my box atm.

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