Gallery 3 to Piwigo – plugins and features wish list

This is evolving post which would be changing over time to collect your wish list of items you loved in Gallery 3 and want to get ported to Piwigo.

Something missing? Post a comment and I will adjust list to include it.

  • disqus comments (G3 code)
  • Facebook comments (G3 code)
  • Facebook like (G3 code)
  • Album Tree (G3 code)

Other modules:

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4 thoughts on “Gallery 3 to Piwigo – plugins and features wish list”

  1. undagiga says:

    I have finally created a test install. At a first glance there doesn’t seem to be image preloading using javascript. Or at least not in the slideshow. Is this right and if so is it possible to implement it in Piwigo?

  2. it is possible to implement, and I think either some themes or slideshow plugins already doing it
    I do plan to add support for it in GD very soon as well

  3. I have lastly designed a analyze set up. At a first look there doesn’t seem to be picture preloading using javascript. Or at least not in the slide show. Is this right and if so is it possible to apply it in Piwigo?

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