May 30, 2009

Web Photo Gallery Flash detection script revved

The Web Photo Gallery export plug-in that shipped in Photoshop CS2 & CS3 (and that’s available as an optional download for CS4) featured the ability to export Flash galleries (like this). As Matthew Richmond from the Chopping Block (which developed the gallery templates) writes, however, “The release of Flash Player 10 unfortunately breaks the JavaScript Flash Player detect that was initially included in the Flash WPG templates.”

Matthew & co. have updated the templates & have provided instructions on revising already generated galleries. Check out his post for more details. (Thanks, guys, for going the extra mile on this one.)

Posted by John Nack at 9:53 AM on May 30, 2009

Comments

  • Ken — 2:15 PM on May 30, 2009

    Thanks for the script.
    However, I feel sorry for the lovely lady kissing that, that.
    well I won’t say
    [I know–unspeakably handsome, right? –J.]
    LOL
    Ken in KY

  • Ken — 3:55 PM on May 30, 2009

    Hummm, I new these guys have inflated egos, but that is a new one……
    Thinking in KY
    Ken

  • Jim Rattray — 4:41 PM on May 30, 2009

    I downloaded the “goodies” but none will install in CS4. Error says “Photoshop does not recognize this type of file.”
    Any ideas?

  • Matthew Richmond — 7:40 AM on June 01, 2009

    Jim – which goodies did you download? Feel free to email me directly (matthew at choppingblock dot com). I will try and help you out if i can.

  • David Bellard — 2:37 PM on June 15, 2009

    John,
    Thanks for the info leading to the fixes (and the post), I was loosing my mind over just what the heck happened to my galleries.
    Things are working again but maybe a bit on the slow side (I’ll have to look into that) . I had no issues putting in the fixes.
    Thanks again,
    David Bellard

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