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This discussion is related to the Flickrizer addon.
MarkMark Vanilla Staff
edited March 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help


  • Mark, will upgrading from 0.1 to 0.2 wipe out all the existing user Flickr feeds since the format is different or does the extensions somehow address that?
  • houseinprogress: When I uploaded the 0.2, my existing feeds no longer worked. So, yeah I guess you'll need to update each feed.
  • MarkMark Vanilla Staff
    Yeah - sorry. It was kind of a drastic change, but a necessary one in order to make the extension secure.

    Also, I just upgraded to 0.3 because I found another bug in the extension. It's not a huge deal, but if you tried to view a use account that didn't exist, it would throw a php error instead of a nice error - version 0.3 fixes that bug.
  • I installed it, but when I tried to go to my accounts page, I got:
    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare account_retrieveflickrphotostream() (previously declared in /home/virtual/site44/fst/var/www/html/Vanilla-1.1.2/extensions/FlickrFeed/default.php:169) in /home/virtual/site44/fst/var/www/html/Vanilla-1.1.2/extensions/Flickrizer/default.php on line 20

    The only way I can get it to work is to turn off the extension again.

    Any thoughts?
  • That's happening because you're using both the flickrfeed and flickrizer extensions at the same time. You cant do that.
  • Does anyone know of a way to show a set number of images instead of the default 20 it retrieves?
  • this is not working for me i have user wall enabled does that have any thing to do with it
  • Hamed - There is an obvious way to test that. Disable your user wall and see what happens.
  • yeah thanks for letting me know anyway it was not the problem i figured it out i was using an older version of it ( i think) it works now thanks for the help startie
  • I'm really sorry to bring this up again but would anyone know how to set a limit to the number of images displayed on the user profile page? 20 thumbnails is way too much for my liking and I'd like to reduce it to around 8 or 10 if possible.
  • There is a way but its a code hack. Flickr displays 20 images via RSS and currently they don't offer a way to get around that (by specifying a different image count in the uri) so this has to be done in the code.

    Simply look for the line:

    for ($i = 0; $i < $ImageCount; $i++) { (should be line 55)

    and change it something like:

    for ($i = 10; $i < $ImageCount; $i++) { (this will give you the last 10 of the 20 images)

    There are a few ways to do this in the code, but this seemed the simplest.
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