It only prepends the value of --x3-cart-text-download-filename when the download contains files from different directories, because that's the only time it's required.metallissimus wrote:This doesn't seem to work. I downloaded a whole gallery as well as a selection of n photos and the filename didn't contain "download". In the first case it was simply the folder name of the gallery, in the second case "folder name + [n] + some weird numbers".Code
--x3-cart-text-download-filename: 'download'; /* prepend to zip download */
1. All images from one folder, dirname.zip.
2. Some images from one folder, dirname[count].datenumber.zip. This is required because the user (or you) may download multiple times different images from the same folder, and we then need to differentiate file names with 1. count (amount of selected files in the download) and 2. download date, to make the filename unique. We can't just use dirname[count].zip, as two different downloads with same amount but different files would return the same file name.
3. Images from multiple dirs (global cart), download[count].datenumber.zip. This is the only case we need to use "download" instead of the directory name, because the download is not from one directory so we need to use a generic name.
There is no way to force the cart to open ONLY when adding from the popup. There is the option "Automatically show cart": [on any add], which will always display the cart when items are added (also from the popup).metallissimus wrote:Is it possible to force the cart to open with the popup? I think side by side view is absolutely genius, but visitors would need to find out by accident or be told how to find it.
Keyboard shortcuts? No, it's just buttons.metallissimus wrote:Is it possible to assign keys to the add/remove button in the popup?
You can hide them or change color, size etc ... anything that can be done from CSS. You cannot select different icons though. These icons are pre-selected from Google's material design icons, because frankly they look more professional than Font awesome which was included in X3.metallissimus wrote:Is it possible to customize the icons of the cart buttons?
You can change the ICON used in the actual cart button (bottom right) because that uses font-awesome, and can be changed to a different icon. I can't really see anything else usable at fontawesome.com/v4/icons though.