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goby
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Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 12:56

Hi,
Using last version of imagevuex,is it possible to ado a Link to download a full size version of an image?

Thanks.
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mjau-mjau
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 14:53

X3 already adds a "download" button for the original image you uploaded.
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Or you want download links to different, even larger source images than the ones you uploaded? That can be achieved with dynamic links. If would require that you upload your original sources of course. See tutorial, and specifically see the "Download high-resolution images" section:
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goby
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 15:00

Thanks for your answer.
I had already readen the article. But I have a problem : 
In the tutorial you tell to go to "image" tab on settings.

As you can see on the screenshot
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, I don't have such an item.
Do you know what is the problem?

Thanks
 
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mjau-mjau
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 16:15

Sorry, it was moved to GALLERY > caption > caption defaults.
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goby
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 16:22

Thanks!

One last question : is there an option to generate a compress archive of all images of a folder?

Have a nice WE
 
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mjau-mjau
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 16:26

Yes.
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goby
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 16:28

Yes but for the visitor, directly from the frontend?
 
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mjau-mjau
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Re: Full size download

30 Nov 2018, 17:07

That would require a PHP script that ZIP's all images on the page in real-time (on user-click), and serves the ZIP to the visitor for download. It would then destroy the temporary zip file and repeat the process for any visitor that clicks to download the zip.

It can definitely be done, although there are some caveats: 1. Unless you have a powerful server, it may timeout if attempting to zip too many images at once. 2. It kinda exposes all your gallery folders for easy download.

It's been requested before, and definitely something we are considering to implement. I will bump it in my todo list.