The Pixlr package makes it possible to edit your Media images with
Pixlr, an online image editor. You can choose between two editors:
- Pixlr Editor is a full image editor that comes with a ton of advanced image editing features.
- Pixlr Express provides basic editing options through a simple interface.
Installation and demonstration video: http://betafirm.com/pixlr-umbraco-package/
After you have installed the package a Pixlr Datatype will be available. To use Pixlr add the new Datatype to an image Mediatype.
Remember to remove the Pixlr Datatype from any Mediatypes before uninstalling.
Verify that you have the Pixlr crossdomain.xml file in the root of your website. You can get the file from package file.
There are three umbraco ui keys in this project:
- pixlrLink (the text for the link to Pixlr, default: 'Edit image').
- pixlrSaveAsNew (the text after the save-as-new checkbox, default: 'Save as new?').
- pixlrNewMediaName (the text in front of the new name textbox, default: 'New media name: ').
To translate these texts, edit the xml language file(s) found in <root>\umbraco\config\lang\.
Version 1.3.1 (28 nov 2011):
- Fixed bug with special characters in media name.
- Fixed bug with apostrophes in image name.
Version 1.3 (20 jul 2011 - Stefan Kip):
- Added the option to save the edited Media image as new Media item.
- Fixed bug that prevented the Media Save event handlers from being called (thanks to Jeroen Breuer).
- Added checks for the existence of properties (thanks to Jeroen Breuer).
Version 1.2 (23 jun 2011):
- Fixed bug that prevented Pixlr from saving the image back to Umbraco.
- Fixed Pixlr link translation bug (default value).
Version 1.1 (12 feb 2010):
- Fixed bug that prevented creating new image media types.
- Fixed bug that prevented creating new datatypes.
Version 1.0 (11 feb 2010):
- First release.