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Current state of the mural

This morning:mural6_29_09AM

This afternoon:

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Yes, it’s less. I decided I didn’t like the central mountain, so I erased it. As soon as it cools off this evening, I’m going out to start rebuilding it.

Something weird is going on with WordPress again. It’s posting images just fine but claiming non-existent links to the fullsized images, even tho I know the files are there. I don’t know why and can’t find anything on the WP site on the problem. So, for now, this is what you get. I might have to put the full sized images up on Flickr. Haven’t been using that the way I should anyway.

Meantime, I’ll post them a bit larger.

Ja ne!

Ja ne!

3 comments to Current state of the mural

  • Glyn

    First: on wordpress: try resaving your permalinks (Settings –> Permalinks). Sometimes the galleries and such monkey with the URLs and you have to resave everything if that fails, check out your gallery program and see if you can reset your urls back to default. I had to do that with mine as well.

    And the mural looks beautiful! I can’t wait to see it complete!

  • Jane

    I hate to be dumb, but I don’t quite understand. You mean change the format of the naming of the permalinks? Right now I’ve got them on “Date and name.” Will it actually go in and rename all the links? I’m just using the default uploader and its gallery.

    I think. I don’t remember changing anything. I actually hate the program. Terribly hard to find a specific pic if you don’t know the actual name.

  • Glyn

    Ah… okay. I thought you were using a plug-in for your picture needs. Looking at your the link for your pics, they should work. Of course, they don’t. Try installing the Next-Gen gallery. I’ve been using that and it works great. You can check out mine here if you want to see an example of how it works.

    Next-Gen uses its own file storage structure and contains more options on showing the pictures and such. Oh, and Next-Gen makes it easier to organize everything, too.

    Now… where did I get the idea that you were using a different plug-ing…

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