Firstly, thank you Nick for a top class mod for PHPBB3.
I have a couple of end-user usability issues which I'm hoping you can assist with.
I can only get uploading to work with 1 image at a time. If I set a number of images to be allowed to be uploaded in one session (e.g. 10) on selecting the second image the page blanks/resets.
I have tried to get around this by allowing zip uploading (file size limit 256MB) this seems to hang the page and doesn't complete.
What's really needed there is for the end user to be able to point to folder location and the page load up one image at a time, refreshing in between, showing some sort of progress bar or indicator to give feedback.
Administrator Bulk Uploading Images
Similarly with the admin bulk upload function I can only upload 6 to 10 images at a time.
If I go beyond that the subsequent images don't get compressed in the images folder, they remain full size and don't get displayed in the gallery.
Again, perfoming the import cycle for each image individually will I believe rectify that, with a refresh in between.
End-user downloading images
When an end-user clicks on an image to get the full size image in their browser the file tries to download the file with a filename of the <image title>.
This does not include the file type identifier, e.g. .jpg so the browser or image viewing application cannot open the file.
I end up having to save the file to disk, then renaming it to <image title>.jpg
Then it can be double clicked to open in the image viewing application associated with that file extension.
The way around this is to edit every title to include the .jpg extension but that's a bit rubbish.
The image file name served to the web browser should be the original filename including the the extension or the .jpg added to the tile automatically for the image download.
These are minor issues but significant as they are to do with end-user experience and if the end-users don't like it or find it problematic, they won't persevere...
Thanks for your understanding and assistance with these issues.