There are three things associated with a folder or image file:
1. The folder/file name. This always exists.
2. The folder/file title. This exists only if you have entered a title.
3. The folder/file comment. This exists only if you have entered a comment.
So, if you choose both, but do not check the use name... box, you will get the title, if you have entered one, and the comment, if you have entered one. You will never see the raw folder/file name, no matter what.
If you choose both, and do check the use name... box, you will get the title, if you have entered one, the name, if you have not entered a title, and the comment, if you have entered one.
But I think there is a problem with the internal viewer of jalbum.
After creating the album (changes only) the name of the folder is visible only while mouseover in the internal viewer which opens automatically after creating the album..
That's why I don't use the integrated browser - there are many things that it can't display properly. It messes up the parallax theme image of Pluto, it messes up the justified thumbnail gallery captions, and it messes up the justified thumbnail gallery mouseover behavior.
ETA: I hadn't discovered this particular failure of the jAlbum integrated browser - I'll update the manual pages to reflect it. I'm not sure exactly which code the integrated browser is interpreting improperly, but it works in every "real" browser, so it's clearly a bug in the integrated browser.
OK, thanks. Any reason why the folder name is shown at the thumbnail while viewing my album via my PC, but still not visible while browsing with my smartphone. Even if I try it with different browser's?