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Where do the original images go? 10 Years, 9 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, 9 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, 8 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, 8 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, 8 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, 8 Months ago  
Sorry... didn't attach the first time.
 
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