2010-04-17, updated 2012-03-01
GalleryViewer is an extension for your browser that converts image sets (from blog posts, for example) to nice good-looking galleries.
Left: long blog post with images, right: images extracted and converted to gallery in just two clicks.
Why to use it?
Ok, I want to try it
The extension is available in two forms: extension for Google Chrome and bookmarklet.
GalleryViewer tries to find galleries on the page you browsing and displays page action with available galleries in the address bar.
For creating image gallery from the image set just click on the found gallery in page action popup. Extension should display the selected gallery. To close the gallery and continue browsing just click on the "close" link in the top-right corner of the document.
To install the extension click on the Install button on the extension's page in Google Chrome extensions repository.
You can start using GalleryViewer by drag'n'dropping the following link to your browser's bookmarks toolbar:
Clicking on this link will include GalleryViewer script into the page you currently browsing and display the list of available galleries. Select the gallery and enjoy watching.
There is very important drawback: GalleryViewer extension is available only for Google Chrome right now.
Bookmarklet loads GalleryViewer code from this site so when site is not available (what I want never happens), the bookmarklet is not available too.
So if your browser is not Google Chrome - use bookmarklet. Otherwise it is better to use the extension.
It may display gallery incorrectly the very first time. Workaround: refresh page and open the galley again. It should be displayed correctly.
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