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Wordpress plugin improvements

Posted: Mon Aug 24, 2020 2:46 pm
by iantresman
I'd like to see some improvements to the Wordpress plugin. Clients often find the existing set-up tricky, even after reading the "the no-fuss way". Using a camera such as the XPhase (which produces 134megapixel images), all too often results in a .ggpkg package file that exceeds the server upload limit.

The Wordpress GGnome Plug-in should be able to:
  1. Upload a ggpkg package file, no matter what the server upload limit and file size. This is possible with other plugins such as "WP File Manager" and "Tuxedo Big File Uploads"
  2. Process the ggpkg package automatically (a) unzipping the contents (b) created a preview image in Media (c) removing the processed ggpkg package file in order to save server space (or replacing it with a configuration file)
  3. Always use one pano2vr_player.js, so that multiple images can be viewed on the one page
  4. Optionally specify (a) a media subdirectory for all panoramas (b) Role-based access to the uploader and settings (c) Maximum file size

Re: Wordpress plugin improvements

Posted: Mon Aug 24, 2020 10:16 pm
by Hopki
This post has been moved to the correct forum.

Thanks for posting, I will forward to Thomas, Chef Gnome.