Woke up this morning to 4 emails from Paul Bierman.
- thumbnails view sort by… not working
- errant “invalid code” warning appearing on Add a Comment pop-up
- Google maps not working
- Stereoview image missing.
1 and 2 easy. 3 …
The initial Landscape URL is http://www.uvm.edu/landscape . Through the magic of science, this URL is actually serviced by glcp.uvm.edu, a (virtual?) server independent from www.uvm.edu, running on its own dedicated hardware. the public should only see www.uvm.edu URLs. Now, for reasons I can’t fully recall (something to do with “WebAuth’ and infinite loops), all Admin operations are supposed to happen via the URL https://glcp.uvm.edu/, after user name and password authentication.
I thought I had this all figured out and working, but maybe not. I noticed today that once a visitor got to http://www.uvm.edu/landscape, all subsequent links pointed to http://glcp.uvm.edu/landscape
Unfortunately The Google Maps stuff only works when Google thinks the map is appearing on http://www.uvm.edu/ somewhere. Can this be changed? Not easily for a variety of Googly reasons.
So I think I have things rigged to only present http://www.uvm.edu/landscape URLs, until such time as the visitor logs in as an admin
This is an old problem:
Begin forwarded message:
From: Wesley Alan Wright
Subject: Re: 3D steroviews
Date: December 9, 2009 at 10:56:00 AM EST
To: Jamie Russell
The 3D icon appears if the Media is “stereoview”, regardless if there is an actual 3D anaglyph or not
It looks like I created all the 3D anaglyphs September 2, 2008. At that time, the stereoview with the largest LS number was LS17211. So, LS23579, LS25550, LS29489, LS23275, and LS29502 were all added to the archive later. Thus, no anaglyph
All the images were split in half automatically using a batch process, then melded using AnaBuilder
For the newer images, and the ‘broken’ ones, I suggest manual processing:
1) Use Photoshop to split image into two files, left and right
2) Use AnaBuilder to construct anaglyph
3) for image LSXXXXXX_YYY.jpg, save result as LSXXXXXX_YYY_S.jpg
4) Upload (using Fetch) LSXXXXXX_YYY_S.jpg to /:/geology/landscape/asset_store. For LSABCDE, sub-folder would be /:/geology/landscape/asset_store/AB/CD/LSABCDE
example for LS23579
On Dec 8, 2009, at 10:41 AM, Jamie Russell wrote:
We just got some new red/blue glasses for viewing steroviews and I noticed a few things. First of all there are a few where the page won’t come up when you click on the 3D icon: LS23579, LS25550, LS29489, LS23275, and LS29502.