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The 9 sizes of SmugMug: Pixels Wide Pixels High Tiny thumbnails (-Ti) Up to 100 Up to 100 Thumbnails (-Th) Up to 150 Up to 150 Small (-S) Up to 400 Up to 300 Medium (-M) Up to 600 Up to 450 Large (-L) Up to 800 Up to 600 XLarge (-XL) Up to 1024 ...
The short answer is you shouldn't be programmatically constructing URLs. I know, I hate that answer too as it can lead to either heavy requests or lots of subsequent requests. However (Muhahah) you can provide 'CustomSize' as an argument to smugmug.images.get and it'll return the correct URL to fetch that custom size, the argument works as ...
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The images are stored in the app unless you set the option for them to be also be saved to the camera roll. Deleting the app does delete the in app storage. It may be possible to mount the iPad as a drive on a computer using recovery software like iExplorer or similar and try to recover the deleted files. I am not aware of anyone that has done it so it ...
Same issue for me. I noticed on a smugmug gallery page the value updates to show proper position in the nav "x of 10". So either there is a way to update this or they are using some other way. I guess I'm going to add a new position value when I run through my foreach I'm currently using to build my gallery markup.
Unfortunately, there isn't really any functionality to alter the display of the galleries in this tool. Sorry I don't have a better answer for you! The galleries should appear in order of date uploaded, if that helps, but there isn't any way to change the way they appear here at the moment.
There's nothing wrong with your code. I've tested this (without using $_POST) and it works a treat. I believe all you need to do is verify the $_POST variables are populated as you expect them to be later in the code. One other tip: watch out for $images = ( $mug->APIVer == "1.2.2" ) ? $images['Images'] : $images; This will apply for 1.2.2 and 1.3.0 ...
SmugMug supports JPG, PNG and GIF photos. In addition, with the Power and Pro account you can also upload videos, which are converted to MP4. So these should be the file extensions you that you may encounter. There's also the additional SmugVault service which allows you to upload any kind of file type that's usually not supported on SmugMug. I'm no expert ...
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