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Gallery Remote Readme CONTENTS: 1. What is Gallery Remote? 2. What is Gallery? 3. Using Gallery Remote 4. Can I run Gallery Remote on my non-Windows OS? 5. Known problems 6. HELP!! Where do I go for Help? 1 WHAT IS GALLERY REMOTE? Gallery Remote is a Desktop file upload utility for Gallery. 2. WHAT IS GALLERY? Gallery is a web based photo album viewer/creator. For the latest information, check out the web site: http://gallery.sourceforge.net/ 3. USING GALLERY REMOTE You're on your own here, but it's pretty straightforward. 4. CAN I RUN GALLERY REMOTE ON MY NON-WINDOWS OS? Yes, maybe. Gallery Remote was written in Java. If you have Java 1.3 or later installed on your machine, you may be able to run the app with the command: java -cp GalleryRemote.jar com.gallery.GalleryRemote.GalleryRemote assuming you are in the same directory as the GalleryRemote.jar file. 5. KNOWN PROBLEMS There are many, I am sure. 6. HELP!! WHERE DO I GO FOR HELP? We're here to help you. We want you to get Gallery up and running. But please remember that Gallery is installed on many websites and the Gallery authors get bombarded with lots of emails every day. Be kind to us and try to use the resources we make available before you fire off an email to us. The first thing you should do is to read the Gallery Frequently Asked Questions page, which is found here: http://gallery.sourceforge.net/faq.php If you can't find your answer there, send your help requests to the mailing lists. The Gallery users mailing list is here: http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/gallery-users there's an archive of all the emails for the past few months here: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=gallery-users&r=1&w=2 We respond to each and every request for help. There are very few problems that we have not been able to work through. We *will* get you up and running. But, remember that every email we respond to robs us of time that we could be spending improving the quality of Gallery and adding new features. Speaking of quality and features, if you find a bug you can file it in our Bug Tracker: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=7130&atid=107130 and if you think of a new feature, you can file it in our Feature Tracker: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?atid=357130&group_id=7130&func=browse It's a good idea to check through these databases to see if the bug/feature that you're referring to is already in there. THE END.