SmugBrowser - Firefox/Flock Extension BETA

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  • AllenAllen Registered Users Posts: 10,010 Major grins
    edited January 8, 2010
    DJKennedy wrote:
    Thanks Allen - went to that post, read it - followed instructions up to this page - still not working.

    Prbly a Windoz 7 issue.
    Running here with Win7.
    Al - Just a volunteer here having fun
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  • MJStevensMJStevens Registered Users Posts: 11 Big grins
    edited January 17, 2010
    Allen wrote:
    Running here with Win7.
    Same issue here with Win7 x64. Perhaps it's FF3.5.5?
  • DJKennedyDJKennedy Registered Users Posts: 555 Major grins
    edited January 17, 2010
    MJStevens wrote:
    Same issue here with Win7 x64. Perhaps it's FF3.5.5?
    Dont think so, Im running FF 3.5.7 and same problem
    http://www.djkennedy.com

    What did Cinderella say when she left the photo shop? "One day my prints will come."

  • ChancyRatChancyRat Registered Users Posts: 2,141 Major grins
    edited January 22, 2010
    Ff 3.6?
    Silly me, I updated FF to 3.6, and of course lost my SmugBrowser. Is there anything I can do to get it back? If I must go back to a prior FF version, what would that be? Thanks.

    www.joinrats.com

    --EDIT - Nevermind, I reverted to 3.5.7, and will await the precious moment when SmugBrowser is ready for 3.6!
  • danguerreradanguerrera Registered Users Posts: 21 Big grins
    edited January 23, 2010
    Bulk Delete, Smugbrowser not working: Java error
    Hi all, here is my problem, still.
    Im running 3.5.7 FireFox on my iMac
    just installed 0.5.9 Smugbrowser and I get this:
    Exception... "'[JavaScript Error: "syntax error" {file: "chrome://smugbrowser/content/js/common.js" line: 108 column: 2 source: "(())"}]' when calling method: [nsISmugmugAccount::login]" nsresult: "0x80570021 (NS_ERROR_XPC_JAVASCRIPT_ERROR_WITH_DETAILS)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://smugbrowser/content/xul/wizards/account.xul :: addAccount :: line 101" data: yes]

    I see my galleries on the left and the thumbnails but only one will highlight and no actions will work upon it. ie, I can not delete anything. Is there anything new out there? I have 170 galleries the need to go and doing them one at is not what I call a fun project. Any suggestions from the Grinner Gods?

    :-)
    Dan
  • DrDavidDrDavid Registered Users Posts: 1,292 Major grins
    edited January 25, 2010
    I've made SmugBrowser and SmugManager compatible with Firefox 3.6 (at least, it will attempt to work. No guarantee/warranty is given that it will work well or correctly).

    You can download BOTH plugins here: http://www.smugschool.com/SmugMug_FF36.zip

    Unpack them, then just drag them into a firefox window and it'll install. Upgrade to 3.6, and notice that it works :)

    Hope this helps!

    David
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited February 14, 2010
    I got this error:

    [Exception... "'[JavaScript Error: "syntax error" {file: "chrome://smugbrowser/content/js/common.js" line: 108 column: 2 source: "(())"}]' when calling method: [nsISmugmugAccount::login]" nsresult: "0x80570021 (NS_ERROR_XPC_JAVASCRIPT_ERROR_WITH_DETAILS)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://smugbrowser/content/xul/wizards/account.xul :: addAccount :: line 101" data: yes]
  • MJStevensMJStevens Registered Users Posts: 11 Big grins
    edited February 16, 2010
    I got this error:

    [Exception... "'[JavaScript Error: "syntax error" {file: "chrome://smugbrowser/content/js/common.js" line: 108 column: 2 source: "(())"}]' when calling method: [nsISmugmugAccount::login]" nsresult: "0x80570021 (NS_ERROR_XPC_JAVASCRIPT_ERROR_WITH_DETAILS)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://smugbrowser/content/xul/wizards/account.xul :: addAccount :: line 101" data: yes]

    Ditto FF 3.6 Win 7 64-bit
    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.1; en-US; rv:1.9.2) Gecko/20100115 Firefox/3.6
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited February 25, 2010
    [Any reply the the errors posted?
    Locked galleries don't show images.... they did show up in old version(s).
    Login does not save... it did in old version(s).
  • mbellotmbellot Registered Users Posts: 465 Major grins
    edited March 4, 2010
    [Any reply the the errors posted?
    Locked galleries don't show images.... they did show up in old version(s).
    Login does not save... it did in old version(s).

    Can't say for sure about the locked galleries (SM is in R/O mode right now), but I did manage to fix/circumvent the saved login info problem.

    It appears Smugbrowser (or more likely FF) "moved" the file that stores the login info (smugbrowser.xml) from "smugbrowser" in the root directory of your FF profile to a fairly deep sub-directory inside the extensions subdirectory (\extensions\{FBD8D33E-0FF7-4a71-BE2F-FD0B6F3C64A9}\chrome\content\accounts).

    I almost have to wonder if the entire path is too long... Its over 160 characters, not including the actual file name.

    Anyway, I opened the xml file in the "old" directory and copied the contents into the (empty) xml file in the "new" directory and the login info is there now when I launch Smugbrowser.
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2010
    mbellot wrote:
    Can't say for sure about the locked galleries (SM is in R/O mode right now), but I did manage to fix/circumvent the saved login info problem.

    It appears Smugbrowser (or more likely FF) "moved" the file that stores the login info (smugbrowser.xml) from "smugbrowser" in the root directory of your FF profile to a fairly deep sub-directory inside the extensions subdirectory (\extensions\{FBD8D33E-0FF7-4a71-BE2F-FD0B6F3C64A9}\chrome\content\accounts).

    I almost have to wonder if the entire path is too long... Its over 160 characters, not including the actual file name.

    Anyway, I opened the xml file in the "old" directory and copied the contents into the (empty) xml file in the "new" directory and the login info is there now when I launch Smugbrowser.

    can you give the path for the "old" directory?
  • mbellotmbellot Registered Users Posts: 465 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2010
    can you give the path for the "old" directory?
    On my (WinXP) system the old path is/was:

    \Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\rndgibberish.default\smugbrowser\smugbrowser.xml

    The two in bold will likely be different on your system.


    And just for completeness, the entire new path is:

    \Documents and Settings\username\Application Data\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\rndgibberish.default\extensions\{FBD8D33E-0FF7-4a71-BE2F-FD0B6F3C64A9}\chrome\content\accounts\smugbrowser.xml

    Its possible (don't know enough about FF extension) that the extension directory for Smugbrowser ({FBD8D33E-0FF7-4a71-BE2F-FD0B6F3C64A9}) could be different from system to system.


    Edit: Just noticed you're fellow Blago survivor.rolleyes1.gif
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2010
    I followed the path... the new folder is not empty. I deleted the file and re-logged in and a new file was created... but the log in still is not saved and the error still occurs...ne_nau.gif
  • mbellotmbellot Registered Users Posts: 465 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2010
    I followed the path... the new folder is not empty. I deleted the file and re-logged in and a new file was created... but the log in still is not saved and the error still occurs...<img src="https://us.v-cdn.net/6029383/emoji/ne_nau.gif&quot; border="0" alt="" >

    The new folder wasn't empty for me either, it contained a file "smugbrowser.xml" which was almost empty.

    I think all it had was <smugbrowser> and <account> tags with nothing inside the account tags.

    The smugbrowser.xml file in the old directory had all the account info properly stored (including the password as a hash instead of in plain text).

    I manually moved the info from the old file into the new file to make it work.
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited March 5, 2010
    OK, got that to work. Passworded galleries still don't show pics though... Hopefully the developer, or someone with more knowledge than I will fix this tool.
  • mbellotmbellot Registered Users Posts: 465 Major grins
    edited March 6, 2010
    OK, got that to work. Passworded galleries still don't show pics though... Hopefully the developer, or someone with more knowledge than I will fix this tool.

    Odd. I just checked and I get thumbs in password protected galleries. ne_nau.gif
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited March 6, 2010
    mbellot wrote:
    Odd. I just checked and I get thumbs in password protected galleries. ne_nau.gif
    What version of FF are you using?
  • Lou GonzalezLou Gonzalez Registered Users Posts: 413 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    I just tried downloading this and it said it wasn't compatible with FF 3.6. Are there any plans to create a version that works in the most recent version of FF?

    Thanks!
  • jchinjchin Registered Users Posts: 713 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    I just tried downloading this and it said it wasn't compatible with FF 3.6. Are there any plans to create a version that works in the most recent version of FF?

    Thanks!


    Download this one:
    http://drop.io/smugbrowser/asset/smugbrowser-0-5-9b-xpi

    This is the one I have installed on FF 3.6
    Johnny J. Chin ~ J. Chin Photography
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  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    jchin wrote:
    Download this one:
    http://drop.io/smugbrowser/asset/smugbrowser-0-5-9b-xpi

    This is the one I have installed on FF 3.6
    Does it all work?
  • DJKennedyDJKennedy Registered Users Posts: 555 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    Does it all work?

    Not for me - get the same error.
    http://www.djkennedy.com

    What did Cinderella say when she left the photo shop? "One day my prints will come."

  • Lou GonzalezLou Gonzalez Registered Users Posts: 413 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    Does it all work?

    It worked for me. When I double clicked on it in Windows, I got an error. When I right clicked on it and said Open With... Firefox, it installed and and I am connected.

    Thanks!
  • jchinjchin Registered Users Posts: 713 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    DJKennedy wrote:
    Not for me - get the same error.

    Save it to your computer first.
    Then drag & drop it into a blank FF page.
    The install windows should pop open.
    Johnny J. Chin ~ J. Chin Photography
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    SmugMug referral coupon code: ix3uDyfBU6xXs
    (use this for a discount off your SmugMug subscription)
  • brandofamilybrandofamily Registered Users Posts: 2,013 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    same errorsne_nau.gif
  • mbellotmbellot Registered Users Posts: 465 Major grins
    edited March 8, 2010
    What version of FF are you using?

    FF 3.6
  • kmlkml Registered Users Posts: 51 Big grins
    edited April 6, 2010
    just updated to FF 3.6, and used the link above to update the addon for smugbrowser. after a couple tries, I finally used ff to "open" it and it said it was unsigned, but it loaded and works like it always has.

    Thanks!!
  • neonneon Registered Users Posts: 38 Big grins
    edited May 2, 2010
    I try to install it on FF 3.6.3 (latest) and it is not working :-(
  • agalliaagallia Registered Users Posts: 541 Major grins
    edited August 21, 2010
    Smugbrowser - remove all passwords in Cat?
    Happy to report SmugBrowser 0.5.9b is working on my FF 3.6.8. My question is: I have a Category that has passwords on some of the galleries. Using SmugBrowser Category bulk update/security privacy tab, is there a way to globally remove any passwords that exist in Cat? The password and hint fields on that tab are blank and no option to remove PWs?
    Acadiana Al
    Smugmug: Bayou Oaks Studio
    Blog: Journey to the Light
    "Serendipity...the faculty of making happy, unexpected discoveries by accident." .... Horace Walpole, 1754 (perhaps that 'lucky shot' wasn't really luck at all!)
  • PLPhotoPLPhoto Registered Users Posts: 5 Beginner grinner
    edited August 22, 2010
    It's an awesome program, thanks!

    However, it freezes A LOT and crashes FF. I'm using 3.6.8 and whenever I open a gallery, if there are too many images, it freezes and shuts down FF.
  • agalliaagallia Registered Users Posts: 541 Major grins
    edited August 22, 2010
    PLPhoto wrote: »
    It's an awesome program, thanks!

    However, it freezes A LOT and crashes FF. I'm using 3.6.8 and whenever I open a gallery, if there are too many images, it freezes and shuts down FF.
    Just wondering...are you using 0.5.9b?
    Acadiana Al
    Smugmug: Bayou Oaks Studio
    Blog: Journey to the Light
    "Serendipity...the faculty of making happy, unexpected discoveries by accident." .... Horace Walpole, 1754 (perhaps that 'lucky shot' wasn't really luck at all!)
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