Bugs / Feature requests
- Please purge your cache and try again. The HTML rendering of the galleries has changes, I had to adapt the script. --Dschwen (talk)
Can you put up an example of this? I would like to see how it works.
Once in a while, this doesn't work for me. Currently it doesn't and I'm not sure if it's due to the changes of last week. Does it work for others? -- User:Docu at 20:04, 26 September 2009 (UTC)
- Hello Dschwen, using Firefox 3.5.3 slideshow doesn´t work either. Maybe you can help? --4028mdk09 (talk) 12:36, 6 February 2010 (UTC) working it´s a really fine tool :-)
Only works on some images
I just activated this gadget. Looking at the St. Louis page, some images come up in the slideshow, others don't. I tested it with Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Chrome. It's the same with all three. Any fix? Jdsteakley (talk) 18:19, 30 March 2010 (UTC)
- Yes, very weird. Tsthumb must be broken . --Dschwen (talk) 18:32, 30 March 2010 (UTC)
the URLs parsed from the href of the thumb-links are already url-encoded (in mediawiki's url-encoding variant for /wiki/-urls) and then url-encoded again with
showimg.src = 'http://toolserver.org/tsthumb/tsthumb?w=800&h=800&domain=commons.wikimedia.org&f='+encodeURIComponent(slideshow.list[slideshow.current]);
Hi, nice tool! I had some trouble finding out, though. You should add a note about how it works. I was looking for a new tab or something the like. Tell people to move their mouse over the gallery to see the effect.
Usage of window.setTimeout() is wrong.
The first parameter of window.setTimeout() should point to a function not a string. So,
should be replaced by
Otherwise, Opera will throw an exception.
Undefined variable: wgServer
Using Opera 10.63 I got the following error:
Uncaught exception: ReferenceError: Undefined variable: wgServer