Caution!

This skin has not been updated for over two years, and may not work with the current version of jAlbum.

Caution!

This skin uses Adobe Flash, which is a dying technology. We don't recommend using that for new album projects.

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Description

This skin presents your pictures as a virtual stack of photos. It uses the flash software at http://www.twelvestone.com/forum_thread/view/15182?offset=0. The software is a bit old, but it is still useful.

Features:
- Integrates the Flash Photo Stack software into JAlbum.
- Optionally supports a directory tree.
- Optionally supports parent linking.
- Optionally supports help menu.
- All text have been localized and stored in the "texts" directory.
- experimental: add iTunes and Media Server support (see NOTES.media_server for more info)

Some caveats:
- Text can be added by using a text filter:
class=TextFilter valign=bottom align=left color=white text=$comment

Enjoy,

Albert

Features
Supports foldersDisplays EXIF/IPTC dataUses JavascriptFreewareUses FlashTransition effect(s)jAlbum widget support
Created
Jun 17, 2008
Last updated
Jan 26, 2012
Homepage

http://alt.jalbum.net/

Usage

Releases

2.1.1 Jan 26, 2012 (current)

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hibish

hibish 4 years ago

The code at http://tympanus.net/codrops/2010/06/27/beautiful-photo-stack-gallery-with-jquery-and-css3/ doesn't work cross browser. if you click fast enough the images disappear.

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rickardoanna

rickardoanna 4 years ago

Clearing all old flash player data on the computer made it to work for me (Control panel->Flash player. Go to advanced data and click on button to remove all flash data across browsers). I wrote a note on the web site about for the users that experienced the problem. /Rickard

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Jim Berry

Jim Berry 4 years ago

There is [a method described here| http://tympanus.net/codrops/2010/06/27/beautiful-photo-stack-gallery-with-jquery-and-css3/] that might do the job, but the use of PHP might be a drawback. I haven't checked it out, but it might be possible to replace the PHP part with javascript or some other scripting language?

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alt

alt 4 years ago

It appears the underlying flash software does not work with the latest flash plugin and the original developer is no longer maintaining it. I need to search for an alternative (that is free). If anybody has a suggestion, let me know.

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Ernst Herbert

Ernst Herbert 4 years ago

please answer to the_runman@hotmail.com

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