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A new Version 0.13 is available for download.
This Version hopefully should eliminate the problem with strings which are not available under the current site language.
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Or (untested, but purports to work) drop the #@language declaration from the first set of strings, so that the (English) strings get installed against whatever default language the recipient’s system is using. At least the strings are there and can then be translated, instead of being raw string refs.
I can confirm, that this works (at least in Txp 4.4.1). Great tip, Stef! Thanks!
Finally installed this without a hitch (previously it was throwing a request too large [suhosin] error). It’s really awesome.
The only suggestion I’d have is to drop the masked area back to a dark gray transparency pane and make the link language a more obvious differentiation from the standard image upload.
If you like to have another backgroud style for the drop-area, you can change the stylesheet (located in /res/css/). Search for the css-selector “#abl-droploader .select-files” and change the color/backgroud properties to your needs. I think, I will add some prefs for customizing this in one of the next releases. Hope, this improves usability under different admin-themes.
How shoud I name the link? Ideas (and any text corrections/improvements) are always welcome.
Thanks for feedback!
Not directly into posts, but into the article-image field.
However, Stef Dawson is working on an updated version of jmd_image_selector: http://forum.textpattern.com/post.php?tid=27456&qid=261917.
This is probably what you are looking for.
On a side note, this breaks updating images.
When saving an image (after re-uploading/replacing), rather than going back to the image list, it’s just a piece of code on the page:
Last edited by rossharvey (2012-08-28 10:39:53)
Excellent plugin, but I’m missing a preference to change the path where the plugin is installed. I would like to put it in /plugins/pluginname/ where all my other plugins go instead of /res/. Otherwise they’re scattered all over different directories.
All thumbnails are standard 100×100 cropped. If you’re using those in your website and they need to be a different size and not cropped, big problem.