Perhaps what I should have asked was: is this still on track for 18.0.4? Given the PRs I’ve found I think it is, but I was hoping for a confirmation.
Yes, it’s merged and waiting for release
Great. It works fine. Thanks
Will it also be fixed that for large folders the photos app makes firefox report a site slowing down the browser and asks whether to wait or stop it? Or would that be an yet unknown issue with 18.0.3?
See https://github.com/nextcloud/photos/issues for known issues.
That thread on Github is closed meanwhile but still no fix for Nextcloud 18.0.4?
Or did i miss a setting for the photos app @jospoortvliet?
If you share an individual image, you see a preview, click it and it gets downloaded and you see it in your browser. There is little point in using the viewer here…
If you share a folder, the viewer is used to cycle through the images. You have to download them individually by clicking the 3 dots and choosing download. There is no download button in the viewer. That would be a good addition at some point but simply is not done yet.
More funny is that because of this issue, pictures are downloaded in original size already:
I moved from Open Media Vault to NCP and tweaked the GALLERY to where it worked best for me with all my many images. It was great! Now that GALLERY has been replaced I am sorely disappointed. Performance is very poor, using 18.0.4, especially in ALBUMS. I can’t even use ALBUMS. I wonder why if something works - why change it.? Wish I had a way to extend SLIDESHOW times as I was able to do before.
I might have to plan on imaging NCP 17 from one of my many single board computers and replace NCP 18.
Yea, it was a poor choice to remove the old Gallery app before new implementation was finished.
One other thing is that three preview files are genereated, but only one preview is actually used
in preview folder I get these files:
1862-1200-max.jpg 256-165.jpg 256-256-crop.jpg
But looking in dev-tools only the 256-256-crop.jpg is loaded using the src
https://domain.com/core/preview?fileId=2039859&x=256&y=256&a=false&v=xxxxxxxxx. When opening the preview full screen it actually loads the original jpeg, not the preview-max file.
I’ve been used to the preview-generator app, but now the previews seems a little different. What sizes should be used now, if I were to use the preview-generator?
Does only work if Photo Sphere Viewer 1.0.8 is disabled. Otherwise photos were still downloaded. (NC 18.0.4 with official Fotos App).
Then a bug report here would be appropriate (it seems like the app would need a bit of dev activity anyway):
I’m also so disappointed in the upgraded NC18 not supporting the old “/index.php/apps/gallery/s/tgdF3ix…” and redirecting to NC Login! This is very bad if you shared a lot of those links publicly.
The only unsatisfying way is to resend/edit all those links to “/index.php/s/CiBy…” folder views if that is even possible (it is virtually impossible to remember all links send by messerngers or email)
Downgrading to NC17 or doing a Gallery App hack seems not worth doing it. I really hope this will be available again in upgrades soon as I really have low understanding if functionality in main Apps (even if not true core) are dropped without BIG! warning before upgrade is proposed. This is not good for my feeling for NC as a real and fine replacement of the Big Corp. Clouds.
Something like a transitional period and prior announcements seems to be necessary to fix such problems.
Now you know why i have switched to Synology DS220j with Photo Station and DS photo for Android.
This is fixed with
1.0.9. Please also update to at least NC
18.0.4 to receive the corresponding
viewer-app patch. See https://github.com/nextcloud/files_photospheres/issues/47 for more information, cheers.
Thank you @guddl, for the instructions - it worked like a charm.
Like @sz22 said, a github discussion seems to rule out support for external storage anytime soon.
Respectfully, this led me to wonder how you guys use Nextcloud?
I’m all new to Nextcloud and is wide open for suggestions and comments, but after a little bit of pondering, I ended up with a split personality:
- In my LAN I use Samba to access my files, because I can mount the shares in my local file system and have quick and hassle-free access to all my files.
- Outside my LAN, and from the iPad, i use the Nextcloud web interface.
In order for this to work, I must access my files using the External Storage app, and then the new Photos app won’t show anything at all (I don’t really keep anything locally)
Is this weird? How do you do it?
- All files locally, file system access through WebDAV
- All files locally, file system access through syncing
- All files locally, file system access directly, with automatic occ files:scan
- All files locally, file system access through some other means
- All files locally, no file system access
- Some or all files in external storage, accessing them outside Nextcloud
- Some or all files in external storage, not accessing them outside Nextcloud
I would mount any external sources in a local path accessible from nextcloud.
I didn’t upgrade from NC17 to NC18.0 because of the change to “Photos” app and didn’t follow the whole discussion about the changes / fixes.
Can somebody (how also likes the “old” gallery app) tell me how the situation is currently?
Is it now a good and usable replacement and it’s worth an upgrade?
How is the situation for NC19?