Just started today..
Tool bar at the top (with control panel) not there.
When I click on a gallery there are no images.
I still have cusotimze option under galleries.
Sent email to help.
This Smugmug user is reporting a problem with their slideshow: http://www.markchapmanphotography.com/.
When I look at the network trace, I see that the slideshow is requesting some bogus image URLs, getting 404 errors on them and then the slideshow sometimes stops working properly.
Here's an example of a network request from that slideshow that generates an error (because it's a mal-formed image URL):
GET /photos/486380349_Tq600x600Z-Ti-0.jpg HTTP/1.1
Note the "Z" after the 600x600 which is not supposed to be there. Also, I have no idea why the slideshow is even trying to fetch thumbnails since they are not being displayed in this slideshow. The user reports that the gallery slideshow has the same problem.
Here's the thread of their original report:http://www.dgrin.com/showthread.php?p=1061375#post1061375
This problem seems 100% reproducible to me.
The flash slideshow (as used in many people's homepages) is downloading thumbs for all displayed images even when thumbs are turned off. This seems like a waste of networking bandwidth (both ours at home and Smugmug's) and a waste of time in getting images cached.
One can easily see this happening by just going to http://www.moonriverphotography.com/ and using any sort of TCP watching tool (I'm using Fiddler) to watch the browser networking traffic. You will see it getting thumbs for every image in the slideshow, yet this slideshow does not display thumbs. This seems like a waste of time and network resources.
Latest version of firefox
Was editing photos in lightroom
Ye Olde photo uploader uploading a 640x480 video
Also had lightroom uploading a single TIFF image
Firefox not responding, then the screenshot below pops up. After I clcik "X" firefox continues to not respond (about 15 minutes now). I'm posting this from IE.
It sounds to me quite likely that you had saturated your bandwidth with the two uploads going such that the browser got slow enough that it triggered this warning. I'd try again when you aren't doing something else to see if it's a general problem or just a problem when your line is loaded.
The FSSS running in a keyword gallery is not running all the photos. This
gallery of 279 photos only runs 76 with last 10 NOT being of this keyword.
That's 66 + 10.
Noticed in another keyword gallery of 553 photos only the first 66 will run there.
Looks like 66 is the limit. (Sometimes a bonus of some other keywords )
10 out of 12 galleries are not showing up within my gallery page.
Has been going on since last night.
I have cleared cache, cleared cookies, signed out and back in, tried different browsers, ... can someone take a look at this please?
Thanks again Andy!
I believe the reason that the SM NavBars are not showing, (only the "Share & Slideshow" bars showing), is that probably it is not letting me log in.
No "Add Photo", "Tools", bars etc. are showing up.
Last night I noticed they appeared 'frozen' - when I know some were being viewed and should have registered new views. Figured something was temporarily going askew, and thought I'd wait until this morning to see if it changed.
Well, this morning I got up and wondered if it was a new month or something because all the views register as ZERO - absolutely no views appear on my stats page now.
Either we have a glitch in the fabric of Smug, or we've entered the twilight zone.....
Stats are currently down right now. We are working to get them back up as soon as possible. Sorry for the trouble.
Couldn't find if this was already reported, but if you right-click the thumbnails in filmstrip mode on a protected gallery, you can still view the image (which of course gives you the image number and key). The larger image is protected, other modes right-click protect the thumbnail as well.
I'm guessing this wasn't intentional...
Hello, I'm very sorry we don' t right click protect the thumbnails.
I wish I had a different answer for you.
The image number and key is available in lots of ways and there is no way to both display the image and keep that information secret. For example, it's right in the URL (after the # sign) in smugmug view. What you are discovering is that right-click protection is only a minor deterrent for those who are not very familiar with browsers or web technology and that is all it can be. If you want more robust protection against people taking your images, then gallery or site passwords or tastefully done watermarks are better solutions.