Paul Jakma wrote:
>>I'd be very interested to hear reccomendations for photo album
>software. Particularly something very user-friendly but still
>powerful, eg ability to add captions, descriptions, etc.. most of
>all, one that can handle things like thumbnails and rotating images
>without too much fuss (ability to publish to web site goes without
>saying). The app itself need not be web-based.
>>There are a plethora of these things out there, I've tried vphotoalb,
>which comes close - has some nice features - but doesnt seem to be
>developed anymore and lacks some essential features (like rotate).
>>>gallery if you don't mind php and cross site scripting errors etc. I
think it's secure
at the moment, but I don't trust it, so I moved to using convert and album.
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