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Album Shaper

   2.1  

KDE Graphic Tool

Score 78%
Album Shaper
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Album Shaper
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Minimum required   Qt 3.x
Downloads:  8515
Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
Updated:  Apr 11 2005

Description:

Album Shaper is a graphical application used to create, maintain, and share photo albums using open formats like HTML, XSLT, and JPG. Two-layer albums can be created in a drag-n-drop interface which allows quick and easy arrangement and catagorization of photos. Batch rotations make getting your photos ready a quick and easy task. You can also crop, enhance, and manipulate your photos using a powerful but intuitive editing interface. Photos, collections, and albums themselves can be labeled as needed and modified at a later time by saving and loading from a simple XML format. Albums are exported as HTML which can then be posted directly on the web or viewed straight from your hard drive.

While mainly a bugfix release, Album Shaper 2.1 adds complete
French and German translations, a new Radiant theme, and a
new Mosaic image manipulation. The compilation and installation
process for Linux/FreeBSD users has also seen significant
improvements.




Changelog:

New Features / Feature Enhancements:

* New mosaic manipulation!
* Aspect ratio selection usability improvements (smarter
placement with regard to rotating selections, positioning, and
support for tall photos)
* Improved B/W and Sepia effects (weights now based on
modern display phosphor characteristics)
* Added French translation
* German translation brought up to date

Minor Improvements:

* Rewrote AlbumShaper.pro project file to support changing
install location on Unix systems
* Changed "Disable checking for..." checkbox to "Check for
photo modifications..." under settings
* Cut down window and dialog title text by removing "Album
Shaper: " prefix
* Fixed alert dialogs to handle long message translations
* Various spelling mistakes and other minor visible text improvements
* Fixed fonts in status area and various dialogs
* Cosmetic fixes regarding buttons and layout in Save as dialog
* Added missing red color to some button references in help system

Bug Fixes:

* Fixed a bug where dropping objects from the desktop / file
browsers on album / collection image caused Album Shaper to crash
* Fixed a bug where Album Shaper would crash when trying to
edit 8 bit grayscale and color images
* Fixed a bug where after removing photos in a collection the
edit tab and various buttons below were still enabled
* Fixed a threading bug in the file preview feature that could
cause the program to hang
* Fixed the rare 0kb bug! (reverting a photo sometimes caused
the photo to be corrupted)
* Disabled user input while loading albums
* Fixed a bug where loading recent albums using the keyboard
shortcuts could cause Album Shaper to crash
* Fixed a bugs where using save-as to copy an album from one
location to another did not copy over the original form of an image
* Fixed minor bug in Slick theme where carriage returns in photo
descriptions caused problems in slide show mode
* Fixed a bug in the Metallic theme where collections that had no
cover images could not be reached using the navigation bar
* Fixed various compiler warnings under Linux / FreeBSD




LicenseGPL
(albumshaper_2.1.tgz)
(albumshaper_2.1.tgz)
(albumshaper_2.1-1_i386.deb)
(albumshaper_2.1_mdk.i586.rpm)
(albumshaper_2.1_mac.dmg)
(albumshaper_2.1_win.exe)
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 Album Management.

 
 by olahaye74 on: Mar 16 2005
 
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Instead of creating albums from scratch, could you add an option to create an album from a directory.

Juste like digikam does. It's pretty convenient way to quickly switch to you app if needed.

Indeed, most of people testing your app have already a collection of photo albums often organized as directories and subdirectories. Having the above functionality would greatly help.


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 Re: Album Management

 
 by ViRgiLiO on: Apr 12 2005
 
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I second that. I've suggested the same thing to author some weeks ago.


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 Re: Re: Album Manage

 
 by wstokes on: Apr 12 2005
 
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Several users have asked for this functionality, and I looked into it for 2.1. Unfortunately, supporting importing both files and directories within the same add dialog (which would be optimal IMHO) is hokey using the Qt file dialogs. I'd also prefer to provide native KDE file dialogs (also requested) for KDE'ers, especially since KDE provides nice way to extend such dialogs for adding stuff like improved file previes, etc. I've marked this request as a much have under the future tasks list that all can now follow by visiting:
http://albumshaper.sourceforge.net/futurePlans.shtml

If I've forgotten a feature request anyone has sent me in the past it is not intentional. Send me a message and I'll be sure to update this list.


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 default album

 
 by viron on: Apr 12 2005
 
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First off I want to say congrats on the app, very nice...but I do have one request. How about a default album? For instance, I created "My Album", and everytime I open Sharper Album, it opens my album, not a new one. And granted I realize it's very simple to "Open Recent", but it would save a little time.


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 Re: default album

 
 by wstokes on: Apr 12 2005
 
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I've taken the word processor approach, which I think is best for now since many people create many albums. In the future this may change, and if so you'll be a happy man. Until then, save your wrist some work and just hit Ctrl+1 to load most recent album when you start up. Ctrl+2, 3, and so on should also work. ;-)


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 Album Shaper 2.1

 
 by davidw1957 on: Jun 2 2010
 
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It's a fairly nice application - BUT - It needs improvement.

The HTML output is not W3C compliant. You would think that the people who program the code for these apps would know compliant HTML and CSS.

It required a bit of hand coding the Album Shaper output for my website to be W3C and CSS compliant.


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 Re: Album Shaper 2.1

 
 by davidw1957 on: Jul 9 2010
 
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It's not wcag compliant


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 Re: Re: Album Shaper 2.1

 
 by davidw1957 on: Oct 15 2010
 
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I made several changes to the code and it is now W3C and WCAG compliant.

http://www.davidreeves.com/images/Gallery/index.html


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