New Development Release: Qdig 20050427
This release separates the "vicinity thumbs" feature and the feature that displays a gallery directory using only thumbnail links. Both of those get some new settings to adjust the behavior of them according to personal preference. Stand-alone galleries can now have user-defined CSS rules.
The thumbs-only directory and vicinity thumbs features are now
independent of one another. Each has its own setting to enable
or disable it.
There's now a way to shift where in the row of thumbs the current
image's thumb appears using a new $thumbs['shift_by'] setting
in case someone doesn't like my calculated default.
Instead of being hard-coded to approximately one row, the number
of images needed for a directory to be displayed thumbs-only is
configurable by number of rows or number of images. If you
set both to zero, any directory with more than one image comes
There's a new setting for inserting arbitrary user-defined CSS
rules at the end of the <style> section of the HTML headers. Any
rule that precedes the user-defined rule(s) can be overridden
with a user-defined rule.
The development release is moving toward becoming Qdig
1.3.0. That means for a while the beta releases have more
new (untested) features than usual.
- Added a $thumbs['shift_by'] setting for adjusting the number of images displayed ahead of the current-image thumbnail in vicinity thumbs rows.
- Made a minor change to admin.php to avoid an error message.
- Added $header['css_user_def'] for injecting user-defined CSS rules at the end of <style> section of the HTML header after built-in rules.
- Separated the "vicinity thumbs" and "thumbs-only directory" features.
- Added settings to determine if a directory will be thumbs-only based upon the lower of a number of rows (t_o_rows) or a number of images (t_o_imgs).
See CHANGELOG.txt for a complete list of changes.
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