Wednesday, June 17 2020
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Two needed "features".
1. In the Droppics Gallery manager we can give new albums meaningful names such as "Project_xyz_2020" but if we were to look at a file manager or normal media manager this album would be stored in a folder such as "36" only known if one really goes looking. So we would need to have some way of knowing folder 36 is really Project_xyz_2020

2 When writing an article - eg about "Project_xyz_2020" and I want to insert the Droppics album the Content page just shows a shaded rectangle but no identification as to what album it is. Unless you click on it. Again it should not say "36" or the internal folder location.

Thanks
more than a month ago
Hi,

Thanks for contacting us here about this extension.

1. In the Droppics Gallery manager we can give new albums meaningful names such as "Project_xyz_2020" but if we were to look at a file manager or normal media manager this album would be stored in a folder such as "36" only known if one really goes looking. So we would need to have some way of knowing folder 36 is really Project_xyz_2020


Yes, currently you can only see the gallery ID in server folder.
But this feature will be implemented in the future release (version 3.5).

2 When writing an article - eg about "Project_xyz_2020" and I want to insert the Droppics album the Content page just shows a shaded rectangle but no identification as to what album it is. Unless you click on it. Again it should not say "36" or the internal folder location.


When you insert a gallery whose title does not display but the sub-gallery title.
So to fit your requirement, you should leave the parent gallery empty.

Please go to our demo site for more information:
https://www.joomunited.com/joomla-demo/droppics/masonry-theme-demo

Hope it helps!
Kind regards,
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