You need to put the images to be imported in the same folder as the .csv file you refer to or in a sub folder thereof.
I still can't get this to work with the CSV and images in the same folder or the images in a subfolder (called images). I only tried importing three fields file, title and comment.
I don't have access to the preset database types, maybe someone else can test this feature?
Please zip together 3 of those images along with a CSV file and I'll test
Ok, but if you upload a new version, you have also to enter a minimal version number. Why is that required if that version number can be fetched from the skin properties?
I think that's because of history. If memory serves, there was a time when the skin page showed the required jAlbum version, but that was back when most skins didn't have a skin.properties file at all. It was just a warning to someone who was about to download the skin. It could probably be removed from the skin version upload routine, but low priority.
There is one problem with the way webLocations have been implemented.
Thinking about this a bit more....
I think the only way to handle relative URL's would be to say that any webLocation URL that starts with a "dot" is interpreted as a relative URL. A sibling directory, for example, would be ../dogalbum. A child directory would be specified as ./dogalbum, which is functionally identical to dogalbum. In short, there's no relative URL that can't be given by starting with a dot.
Of course, in this instance the user would absolutely be required to select a representing image. jAlbum can't possibly know where to look for one.
"When adding files" is set to "link".
I use Firefox 52.
Edited by: ctwist on 22-Jun-2017 10:36
Since the thread is locked, this is my reply to the final message.
Yes, when I changed "when adding files" to "copy", a new .webloc file was added to the project folder. However, existing webloc files remained in the temp folder and were not copied to the project folder.
Edited by: jGromit on 22-Jun-2017 10:46
And I can now duplicate the problem, choosing "Link" and also doing a drag-and-drop. Doing a right-click, New Page, Web location doesn't trigger the misbehavior, which is probably why I wasn't seeing it before.
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