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I just thought I would post this short "How-to" for those of you who have translated the Donate site and would like to initialize the PhotoShuffler on your site[1]. Note: you can see the PhotoShuffler in use on the main EN global donate site[1] -- it makes possible the rotation of photos.

Once your page has been translated, to initialize the PhotoShuffler, do the following:

* once in SilverStripe choose the  "PhotoShuffler" tab
* choose "Add Image Resources", a window will popup
* choose the "Choose existing" tab (near the top of the popup window, right-hand side) * click on drop down menu that says "Select folder" and choose "assets/PhotoShufflerImages/
* It will load the photos in the folder
* tag the photos you wish to have in the shuffler
* choose "import" *** don't forget to do this important step! ***
* the photos will thenload into the PhotoShuffler
* I would suggest not to change the PhotoShuffler parameters
* test-try your page to make sure the shuffler is working correctly
* publish your changes

Let me know if you need more help with this. Also let me know if you would have any LibreOffice conference, LibO meeting, LibO birthday party photos from your community that you would like to add and I will help put these in the available mix.




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