13 augustus 2016

New version of the PhotoSwipe skin

Changes in this new version 1.3.0 of the PhotoSwipe skin:


  • You can now select an hover scale effect for the thumbnails, by selecting a 'Thumbnail hover scale factor' on the 'Index page' / 'Thumbnails' tab.
  • It is now possible to hide the footer fields in folder albums.
  • Check-mark "Use 'Tap image' to start/stop Slide Show on mobile devices" added to the Slide page settings.
  • The Footer fields are now put in a group-panel.
  • It is now possible to enter one link in a footer field with code: [link text](link URL). If the link URL is followed by a '^' character, like '...NL.html^)' the link is opened in a new window.. For more details open the manual.
  • You can use this code too to enter one link in the image description.
  • Use this code too in the album description to enter one or more links in the album description, like is done in the Sample album.
  • Problem with orientation change on an iPhone solved.
  • It is now also possible to define the Hyper text mouse over color.
Changes in  version 1.2.8:
  • Sharing via Whatsapp is now possible on an iPhone or on Android phones.
  • Via a new check-mark 'Hide comment at the bottom line' it is now possible to hide the image description below the slide page image.
  • If the 'Show never' option is selected in the 'Top row of buttons' on the Index page / General tab, the top buttons are always hidden and no longer used code of the #nav bar html- and css-code will be removed. The settings window code is also omitted. This is done to avoid problems in embedded albums.
  • The Index page / Footer tab has been extended with a new check-mark 'Remove footer code, to avoid conflicts in embedded albums.'
Changes in  version 1.2.7:
  • If the resolution of the screen was bigger than the photo size, the slide was closed on a PC if the user did click in the photo, this has been corrected.
  • If on the Slide page settings check-mark 'Use same colors and/or background image as index page' was cleared, the text color as defined in the 'Slide appearance' group had no effect. This has been corrected.
  • The 'Special' Play and Pause buttons adapted for PhotoSwipe.
  • Shadow code for theme image corrected. If you select shadow for the theme image, don't use a width of 100% because in that case you see no shadow at the right side; use 98% instead.
  • It is now also possible to share a slide page on Google+
  • It now possible to show the contents of the jAlbum Explore Title field in the upper left corner of a slide after the optional counter. For a description see Help for PhotoSwipe Slide page settings and to see an example open the PhotoSwipe Sample album.
  • The filename can now be displayed instead of the Title field or after the Title field in the upper left corner with or without file extension in the original format, so with spaces, brackets etc.
Changes in version 1.2.6:

  • A number of text boxes for integers have been replaced by spinners.
  • The equivalent 35mm focal length is now also displayed in the EXIF data (if available) and text "Flash did not fire" replaced by "no".
  • The Facebook check-mark on the General settings has been removed and a Facebook check-mark has been added to the index/General settings page and to the Slide settings page.
  • Problem with Facebook share link on an iPad solved. Facebook SDK updated to v2.7
  • The Facebook share dialog of an enlarged image shows now the image and the image description in Facebook.
  • New code to display the location with the new Google Maps SDK, the map type has been removed, because it was no longer working in the new Google Maps SDK.
  • Twitter tweets corrected: the Exif info is no longer tweeted.
  • Error in the Pin-it share action repaired.
  • You can now hide the EXIF info below an enlarged image by clicking in the EXIF text (works only on a PC).
  • If you did select 'Show Exif info below the slide image: Always', it is still possible to hide the Exif data for the current slide via the menu, but for the next slide the Exif data is again automatically displayed.