My thanks for the response.
Copying some folders from the Profile section does in fact seem to be an
option, however there is a large caveat there. Much of our 'official'
material starts with being created by unofficial users (think people who
edit wikis here), and while we could get the internal file which represents
the gallery on that users computer, the names are randomized and not very
long, so name collisions are possible. Additionally, I need to find out how
(if) L.O. copies the artwork for a gallery to a specific spot, or if the
'gallery file' simply acts as a data base containing records of the paths to
the images. If this is so (and I believe it is), then while our transfers
from the main server to the users could be intelligently bundled, anything
being submitted to us might be scrambled due to files stored in other places
not having been added to the archive sent to us. And then when we add it to
an archive, and our central server makes it available, and the original user
updates their copy, they wind up with duplicate files. Some of our users
are pretty prolific so that could become a real issue. Of course now that I
wrote all that I realize that will be a matter of educating our users and is
not a problem for here.
So you have solved my first problem for me, now if someone could figure out
the font thing I would be very appreciative.
Thanks again Tom
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