Revision 2.9.f (2018-02-19)
Om: This plugin permits to upload images to physical albums using a HTML5 web browser form, instead of using a FTP client as default in Piwigo.
Make sure webserver process user have write permission to physical folders.
Since version 2.9.f this plugin accept configuration in LocalFiles Editor:
-- Default options are: $conf["pbu"] = array("prepare_filename" => true, "auto_rename" => true);
-- "prepare_filename" will remove all non-alphanumeric and spaces from filename if true and keep original filename if false.
-- in case file already exist "auto_rename" will auto rename the file if true and overwrite if false.
Ændringer: bugfixes for non-Firefox browsers, added $conf options
Revision 2.9.b (2018-02-19)
Om: Do not log visits from search engine robots (history and hits)
Ændringer: * add robot BUbiNG (based on Piwigo.com stats)
Revision 1.0.1 (2018-02-17)
Om: Extracts color palette from images and adds an ability to search by color.
Ændringer: Fixed error when opening video
Revision 2.4.5 (2018-02-09)
Om: AStat is a plugin that generates statistics with more details than statistics included in Piwigo by default. The advanced statistics include "pages seen", "photos seen", "number of IP address", in a time period, for specific IP address, in categories, or for a specific photo.
The plugin requires that the 'GrumPluginClasses 3.5.2' plugin be previously installed.
Ændringer: bug fix: avoid title overlap
* Norwegian (Norsk bokmål [NO]), thanks to paulen
* Chinese (中文 (简体) [CN])
Revision 2.03 (2018-02-08)
Om: The problem with using physical albums is that if a photo file is moved to a different folder, the next synchronization process will delete the original file info from the database and re-create it in the new location. This means all of the metadata associated with the item (tags, description, etc.) are lost and have to be entered again.
Physical Photo Move (PPM) is an extension that allows an existing item (photo, video, or album) in a physical folder (i.e., not in the upload folder and linked into a virtual album) to be moved to another folder, preserving all metadata.
* option to move album to root folder