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#1 Re: CE4 Gallery » Slow rendering » 2014-11-19 04:24:42

A user with a bad connection get faced with a white page, having no clue that in the backround images are being loaded, since nothing shows until the js triggers. This makes the layout useless with galleries with a large set of images.

A preferred way to deal with this would to trigger all images on screen...and load the rest as you scroll. ( … -into-view)

If this is to complex, a progressbar would improve user experience as the trigger awaits.


#2 Re: CE4 Gallery » Slow rendering » 2014-11-17 15:37:57

I had to change to standard ce layout, the problem appears when using freewall.
Theres no progressive load on the images, seems like hooking up the events delays the whole rendering.

the more images - the slower it is, you can se it somewhat here i hope:


#3 CE4 Gallery » Slow rendering » 2014-11-17 02:19:48

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i've upgraded to ce4 and my galleries have become horrible slow. I belive the page get loaded quite fast, but then there's som delay before the thumbnails gets faded in (5-8 sek)


#4 General » Backup plan » 2012-12-25 19:45:13

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Been browsing through the documentation regarding some backupplan

For my site I keep a backup of Adobe\Lightroom\Web Templates

Just started to use Publisher and was wondering what I need to backup, if I dont want to risk loosing my collections. Or is none of this necassary if backing up the .lrcat file?


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