Just to let you know, Jupiter 14 is working well for me. I'm aware of other problems in the other threads, but I don't use those features. I have, however, modified the folder overlay icon using Inkscape and it's looking good; t's darker, with a light stroke so pretty much visible on dark and light photos The other icons are acceptable so I'm not tempted to change those
The only issue that confounded me was when I first published to my Internet web server; the camera icon in the metadata was HUGE! I wasn't getting this problem on the preview or on my own local NAS web server, so I suspected it may have been something to do with the CDN (Cloudflare). I tend to find that the Rocket Loader feature can cause problems so I turned it off. No change, so I purged the cache on the CDN, again no change. And then I deleted my browser's cache...success!
I've not been brave enough to re-enable Rocket Loader to confirm it was the culprit!
There is one change coming that you're probably not going to like, however. In all of my skins, I'm getting rid of the folder overlay icon entirely. I realized that for my own albums, I always turn them off. And another user, in an email exchange, remarked that visitors don't decide on whether to click on a thumbnail based on whether it's an image or a folder. If faced with a page of folders, if there are no indications that they're folders, does the visitor sit there helpless, wondering what to do? I decided he was right.
In your albums, folder thumbnails are fixed shape, have captions, and are larger. Image thumbnails are not fixed shape, don't have captions, and are smaller. That's enough to differentiate them.
Besides that, I've never found an overlay that looks good everywhere - it's just too dependent upon the image content. An icon that looks okay on folders 1-3 becomes invisible on folder 4.
Finally, I note, too, that Laza hasn't used them since Chameleon, and no one seems to get too upset about it.
The "no-folder-icon" user also remarked that he'd prefer to see the "up" icon used not only to go from a subfolder to its parent, but also from a slide page to its parent index page. It's more consistent, and users understand it instinctively. He's right about that one, too. I'll use the "index" icon only to return from an info page, though even that one could probably use an "up" or a "previous."
Large camera icon? I thought I got rid of it. The fact that you're seeing it...is it a cache issue from the CDN that I mentioned before? Or it some quirk in the code on first time use? I've never seen that large camera icon on my onw local server, but it did pop up when I published to the Internet server. Hmm.
Also, thanks to Andre, I can confirm that the Info link results in a 403 error, but on my PC (Wind10) using Firefox, Chrome, and Edge the Info button works OK.
I'm also getting the 403 - Win10, FF. There's something about the query string on the call to the info page URL that it doesn't like. But there's nothing the least bit strange about it, and it's absolutely required. Without that return path, the info page wouldn't know how to send you back to where you came from.
OK. I remember this has happened before but I forgot from where. I remember it was due to hotlink protection and I was fixated with the CDN's hot-link protection, but all along it was the hot-link protection at my website's cPanel. I don't recall turning it on, but I just had a look and saw it was enabled. I turned it off. All is now working again. I hope!