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Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 11 Months ago  
Hello Ken

I would really like to get my Imageflow working similar to your demo. Only, I'm not sure I have the technical savvy.

I seam to be struggling with the simplest of things. What I don't understand is where the "Image list file" finds the original images from? I hope you understand my question.

I'll try and put it in another way with a serious of questions:

1. Should I create a folder for my original images?
2. Should the paths that I create all be contained within (I mean directed to) the mod_imageflow folder?

I've read your documentation through a number of times and mate - there's a lot to take on board. I hope I can get it sorted out with your help.

Thank you - Kev
 
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Re:Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 11 Months ago  
Hi kev,Should I create a folder for my original images?Yes.Should the paths that I create all be contained within (I mean directed to) the mod_imageflow folder?Actually, the less that you put in the mod_imageflow folder the better. That way, if you decide you want to uninstall/install a new version, you won't lose all the things you placed in the module folder. I would create a folder in the images folder. If you created a myimages in the images folder, for example, then the image entries in the image list file would read img="images/myimages/myimage.jpg"

Hope that helps.

- Ken
 
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Re:Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 11 Months ago  
Hi Ken

For some reason the Imageflow isn't loading. I think that I've done everything right, but obviously I cant have.



Cheers

Kev
 
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Last Edit: 2008/09/28 04:11 By kev.
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Re:Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 11 Months ago  
Hi kev,

I think I know what the problem is. You specified everything to be in a directory called images/stories/imageflow but it really should be images/stories/Imageflow (uppercase I)

If you are running on a unix/linix...etc. server, directory and file names are case sensitive. imageflow does not equal Imageflow.

Hope that helps.

- Ken

PS: I was able to find most everything on your system when I used the Imageflow directory name but I still couldn't see the sample.txt file that you specified for the image list file. You might check that specification for accuracy as well.
 
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Re:Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 11 Months ago  
Hi Ken

Thanks for that (I should have spotted it myself). Imageflow is now displaying, but images are still not loading.

I'll attach a pic of the samplelist.txt that I attempted to adapt. After taking the pic I did go through and change "imageflow" to "Imageflow" on all of them.

Thanks for all your help. I think we're slowly getting there.

Cheers Kev
 
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Re:Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 11 Months ago  
Sorry... didn't attach the first time.
 
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