Alexander Haneng
Jun 14, 2012
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EPiImage 2.9.1. Released–Get your dose of bug fixes today

This is a pure bug fix release. The biggest bug that has been fixed is that the EPiImageGallery Viewer has stopped working due to some files being removed from the jQuery Tools CDN. This has been updated to use local files


The following bugs have been fixed:

#259 EPiImageGalleryProperty disappears in Edit-mode when another property using jqueryUI is on the page
#282 Bug when using EPiImageGalleryProperty in PageTypeBuilder 2.0 PropertyGroup
#289 Unable to compare pages that has an EPiImageGallery property
#293 Drag and Drop Folder causes unexpected behaviour when folder empty
#301 Saving without publishing duplicates images in the view
#304 EPiImage Gallery stopped working


The update is available at EPiCode and EPiServer Nuget

Jun 14, 2012


Kenia Gonzalez
Kenia Gonzalez Jul 12, 2012 10:29 AM

I have downloaded the latest version of EpiImage which I want to use in my CMS6 R2 project that also uses PageTypeBuilder. For some reason when I add the EpiImageGallery property, it is not displayed in editmode. I have tried everything, removing the property, restarting the site, but still it's just the property header that is displayd, and some line as the value.
Is it a bug that you've heard of before?
Thanks in advance for any "light" you can give me on this issue.

Aug 16, 2012 06:11 PM

EPiImage Gallery property is null in some time after publishing the page (I've noticed in about 2 hours) but it still works in edit mode. Gallery works after every publishing some time but then it disappear again. We use EPiServer 6 R2. EPiImage Gallery property isn't in PropertyGroup.

Does somebody have the same issue?

Illia Loboda
Illia Loboda Apr 12, 2013 01:44 PM

I feel the same issue with EPIImageGallery. It is known as a defect #308:

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