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Coppermine script for SlideShowPro - Flash
« on: December 28, 2005, 01:58:36 pm »

hello!

i found something interessting
http://webxs24.com/cpg2ssp/use_coppermine.htm

Coppermine script for SlideShowPro
http://www.slideshowpro.net/news/index.php
Posted by Todd at 08:18 AM | Permalink | More of this topic in General News, Tips
The enterprising Jonathan Richter has created a free PHP script that publishes XML for SlideShowPro from Coppermine, a very popular open source photo gallery application. Anyone currently using Coppermine can download the script and instantly publish XML for their SWF containing SlideShowPro. Or, if you have PHP/MySQL on your web server and could use a web-based administrative application for SlideShowPro (instead of editing XML by hand) this works for that as well. Installation instructions, FAQs, requirements and script download available here. Thanks Jonathan!

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Re: Coppermine script for SlideShowPro - Flash
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2005, 06:09:19 pm »

This script isn't a plugin for 1.4 - it's a separate file that you execute.  It doesn't appear to respect any group/user settings.  All images are grabbed, regardless of album protected status.  Moving this thread to a more appropriate board.
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