Is it possible/wouldnt it be nice to be able to arrange alle pics in a single project in an additional row and set that row as e.g. first or last row? I mean like a 4x5 pattern if there are like 20 pics in a project, not just all of them next to each other.
I love the addons but there is no way to have an complete overview with thumbs to see the total of what images a project actually contains.
Or maybe i am missing something?
Keep up the great work!
Hm ok, so you want to add all images of a project inside a row so you have an overview. But you don't want them next to each other. Well well I have thought about maybe improving the gridder so you can do something like this: http://packery.metafizzy.co/ (on the left side "Draggable Masonry layout"). I think that can be nice to arrange things. That will take some time to code :D
Yes that would be super neat. I figured esp. as a photographer it would be quite decent for clients or other visitors to be able the see a project overview with small thumbs showing all images of a project.
Since im using the fullscreen slider addon, this seems not to be possible since only one row is displayed at a time. For now, im composing a pattern-like overview and place it as a single pic in one row at the end of a project, but it is not ideal. example here: http://sebastianlock.de/haselnussernte/
Maybe i am missing something :) Anyway, that would be super neat and i think i would not be the only one finding this absolutely helpful.
thanks so much, cheers from nuremberg
Mh ye i understand what you are saying. So far I have only worked on this for project thumbnails. My new programming partner and me are now restructuring all the code of the gridder, so this will take some time :/
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