Web iPhoto Access
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Web iPhoto Access - Introduction
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Date de création : 27/01/2006 @ 19:59
Dernière modification : 27/01/2008 @ 22:24
Catégorie : Web iPhoto Access
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par cedrik le 29/11/2011 @ 09:48|
Actually yes you can now! New version for 10.7 has been released! The website stays quite quiet about it.
par Chansiri le 04/08/2011 @ 09:17|
I can't install WiPha 2.5 on 10.7. Please fix the installer or please guide me how to fix it manually.
Thanks in advances
le 01/02/2011 @ 16:00|
Good work. As there is some apps to do this could be good to have the the possibility to change data on the library. For example not only to download a set, but create a new album/event with a set of photos. This way you can organize the iphoto form everywhere.
le 09/01/2010 @ 12:05|
It is a wonderfull software!!
Can I make one suggestion?
It would be greater if users could leave a comment in all photos!
par gasport le 31/08/2009 @ 22:20|
Does not install under 10.6 Message... Running...
I don't know this OSX version: '10.6'
in the install window....... [fixed in 2.5]
par freaky555 le 08/04/2008 @ 20:42|
par Nathan le 10/03/2007 @ 19:33|
I needed to access my iPhoto library from remote locations via the internet. Bonjour sharing is too slow and not designed for that. Other things I've seen are more for exporting and positing galleries.
THIS DOES EXACTLY WHAT I NEED IT TO DO!!! THANKS!!!
par dave_abrahams le 26/01/2007 @ 15:41|
Sorry, in my previous reaction I left several criticisms but forgot to thank you for a wonderful piece of free software. Great job!
par dave_abrahams le 26/01/2007 @ 15:38|
1. The video feature didn't work for me without about a day's worth of hacking on the PHP source (small changes, but I was unfamiliar with the code and wasn't sure it wasn't an apache issue). I'd be happy to provide fixed sources if you just email me.
2. The UI requires a login or "visit as guest" and doesn't return the newly logged in user to the originally-posted URL. That makes it very difficult to send people like my mother-in-law, who are not hugely web-savvy, links to specific pictures or views.
3. The very alarming message about IE being noncompliant is also going to make it harder than necessary for my mother-in-law. First of all, IE6 works acceptably if not beautifully. Secondly, IE7 works perfectly well AFAICT, and the message comes up for IE7 just as for IE6.
dave AT boost-consulting.com
par satz le 11/10/2006 @ 15:42|
My library has just over 10,000 pictures. iPhoto 6 cannot import this amount of pictures using photocasting. It quits with out of memory errors. I obviously need to get more memory on my clients. Any chance something can be done on the web interface to alleviate this situation?
le 03/09/2006 @ 16:28|
le 09/02/2006 @ 10:31|
Very nice application (for me, really better than iPhotoWebShare and Webphoto, I was both using before)
I was thinking about 2 enhancements:
- display the folders (new feature of iPhoto since version 5) [done in 2.1]
- in the user administration page, it could be nice if we could give full access to some users (with this feature, we don't need to modify access rights if we add photos) [done in 1.0]
par RogerB le 28/01/2006 @ 07:45|
Thanks for putting this application together and making it available to us. I do have some suggestions that you may
wish to consider to make it even better.
The process for a user to see the pictures is too much work.
There should be a simple list of albums to choose from.
When the user selects an album, the thumbnails for the album
should be presented. If the user wants to see a bigger view
of a picture, he/she clicks on it, and it appears in a new
window. The new window contains not only the larger
version of the picture, but a set of buttons that let the
user step through to the next/previous picture, or to start
a slide show. [done in 0.7]
The search feature you have provided is nice, but should be
tucked away for the power users to access. People may
want to download the larger views of selected pictures, but
they shouldn't have to download them and open them with
another application just to see them. [done in 0.7]
I have been using iPhotoWebShare so far, but some people
have trouble with it because it uses a nonstandard port that
often gets blocked by firewalls. This is too bad, because its
interface is very clean and intuitive and provides an online
photo library the way most people would expect.
Again, thanks for all your hard work, and good luck with
par RobAir le 28/01/2006 @ 05:24|
IMHO this is a very cool idea, Style Steve jobs like style.
Simple, and easy,... it just works..
First public release ?.. Nice job !