Photon Gallery is a gallery and photomanagement plugin for Croogo CMS, originally based on Edinei L. Cipriani's gallery plugin. However it offers much more features and capabilities - it is heavily extended. Photon's administration is AJAX-powered and integrates flawlessly into your existing Croogo install. A new Tab is added to your nodes which allows you to upload pictures via Ajax - those pictures are directly related to that specific node. Doing so, Photon features four different preconfigured ways of displaying your photos: either in an Image Replacement gallery, in a Slider gallery, in JQuery Popeye gallery or just as single images. A seperate set of administration-views allows you to have full control over all your gallery stuff.Read more...
TheBigTrunk is a lightweight "plug and play" filebrowser based on my MVC-Structure of the kirby PHP Toolkit. It works out of the box ("plug and play"), is fully customizable and provides support for custom themes. On top of all these features, TheBigTrunk has got a builtin JSON-API for AJAX and Cross-Site-Requests. Installation is easy as well: Just upload the whole webapplication to your server, adapt the configuration-file according to your needs and there you go.Read more...
Croogo::hookAdminTab('Users/admin_add', 'Pluginname', 'pluginfolder.admin_user_extended'); Croogo::hookAdminTab('Users/admin_edit', 'Pluginname', 'pluginfolder.admin_user_extended');Read more...
When I tried to convert some of my old .wmv video files on my Mac, I didn't find any easy and free solution. There is a lot of video conversion software for Mac around the Interwebs, some of those apps are quite good - but there's one thing they've all got in common: They cost money. So I continued searching and spent hours till I found my personal free solution: ffmpeg. It is extremely powerful, and free! And it is a Shell-based conversion tool.
In general, I love to work with the shell. But it can get really exhausting, and it got exhausting in this special case. So I decided to create a very small AppleScript, also available as a Droplet-App for Finder. Thus you just need to drag the desired file onto the script/droplet, and it will do the job for you. Quite comfortable, I think.
So what do you need? I'd recommend you to get Homebrew, my favourite package manager for mac: http://github.com/mxcl/homebrew. Once installed, just type "brew install ffmpeg" to let Homebrew do the complete install of ffmpeg for you.
Now that ffmpeg is installed on your system, feel free to grab my very very very simple ffmpeg converter Droplet / AppleScript. Extract the package and drag the droplet ont your Finder bar. To convert any video to a hq mp4, just drag and drop the file onto the droplet icon in your finder menubar. Have fun!
Download: ffmpeg Applescript & Droplet v0.1
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Hopefully, there is more to come in further versions of the trainer. Till now, I haven't spent that much time in searching through the memory of the game. If you are interested in seeing the opcodes and the assembled code to inject, feel free to read on here.