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krasti Purchased

Hi I added plugin to my website. I have problem with RWD – it doesn’t work:

http://euroart.krasti.pl/realizacje

Have You any idea why?

makfak

PhotoMosaic is behaving correctly.

You set the number of columns to 7. When your screen changes size PhotoMosaic adjusts the 7 columns so that they continue to fit in the container.

If you want the number of columns to automatically change depending on the size of the container you need to set the columns to ‘auto’ or 0.

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krasti Purchased

thx! work’s great

Hi!

I was wondering if there could be a function to manually set which image size the plugin uses.

Best, Joakim

makfak

Which image are you talking about, the image in the mosaic or the image that opens in the lightbox?

The images in the mosaic are automatically picked based on the size the image will render and the different rendition sizes WordPress has created. PhotoMosaic also monitors the images to make sure that, if the user resizes their browser, a bigger images is loaded if needed. Specifying the image size that appears in the mosaic would mean losing functionality.

A setting that allows you to pick which rendition opens in a the lighbox is planned for a future release.

Default-user

Huh, that’s weird, since all my thumbnails are blurry (loaded resolution of 300×300, displayed resolution 560×560ish). I’ll try adding a new image size and check what happens.

I was also wondering if there could be a feature to output some data together with the thumbnail in the mosaic. For instance being able to display the title and class of the post, if using the category selector.

makfak

Are you using the native WP gallery or NextGen? Is there a site where I can see this happening?

As for your second question… it sounds like you’re asking about displaying a caption on the image in the mosaic view. This isn’t currently supported but it will be in a future release. Are you looking for more than that?

orabeiro Purchased

Great plug in up until the recent update. I get this message:

“The Easy Theme and Plugin Upgrades plugin was unable to handle requests for this upgrade. Unfortunately, this setup may be incompatible with the plugin.”

I tried to upgrade to WP4, still get the message. I deleted the plug in and re-installed, still, the same message. Nothing changed except the updated plug in. I couldn’t find anything on this [envato] site with information to correct the problem. please advise.

thanks!

makfak

I’m sorry but I’m having a hard time understanding your post.

Are you saying that the most recent PhotoMosaic update (v2.9) broke another one of your plugins called “Easy Theme and Plugin Upgrades” and that this problem manifests in you no longer being able to update anything in WordPress?

Or are you saying that you’re trying to update PhotoMosaic and it’s not working. Are you updating through the WP-Admin > Updates? Or are you trying to upload the ZIP files that you downloaded from CodeCanyon?

If you’re trying to upload the ZIP… remember, CodeCanyon wraps the plugin ZIP so it can include licensing information. Inside the CodeCanyon ZIP is another ZIP. That internal ZIP is the plugin that can be uploaded to WordPress.

hulems Purchased

Hello MakFak,

First of all, have to say your plugin is great and looks gorgeous in heavy image oriented web pages. Thanks for your hard work!

I have version 2.5.1 that, supposedly, doesn’t have the WP-admin update support implemented. Do I need to update to 2.9 manually? How should I go about it?

Thanks in advance,

makfak

Yes, the ability to update directly through the WP-Admin was added in 2.5.3. You will need to update manually but, don’t worry, it’s easy.

Simply download PhotoMosaic from your CodeCanyon Downloads page. Regardless of which version you purchased, you’ll always download the latest.

UnZIP the file and you get from CodeCanyon. Inside you’ll find your license info and another ZIP; this is the one you can upload to your WP-Admin.

In your WP-Admin, you’ll need to deactivate and delete PhotoMosaic before you can upload the new version but, don’t worry, you won’t lose any galleries or settings.

Once the new version is installed you’ll be able to update without all the rigmarole.

Let me know if you have any further questions. Good luck!

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hulems Purchased

Thank you! It worked beautifully.

Noticed that html code in the caption section image doesn’t get parsed when clicking on the gallery ‘though. Put an a href tag on the caption to a link and before clicking on the image I could see the html turned to a link no problem. Is that a bug?

makfak

I’ve added support for HTML in captions to the latest release (2.9.1). You should see an update notification your WP-Admin > Updates or you can download the latest from CodeCanyon.

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