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jAlbum

The official plugin for the jAlbum web gallery software

The official plugin for the jAlbum web gallery software

This plugin allows you to set up and manage ”collections” and ”collection sets” within Lightroom which are mapped towards jAlbum galleries. Every time you publish from this plugin, new and modified images are exported from Ligthtroom to jAlbum (a folder under the ”My Albums” location). Finally, the corresponding jAlbum project is opened in jAlbum for further editing, album making and final publishing to a web site of your choice.

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* Auto detects the ”My Albums” locations from jAlbum preferences
* Respects the default skin and style preference in jAlbum for new projects
* Fixed bug causing republishing to fail for users having the source and destination images on different disk volumes

Click the ”Install now” button and let ”Creative Cloud Desktop App” unpack and create the ”jalbum.lrplugin” folder to your hard disk (usually your Downloads folder)
•Move jalbum.lrplugin to one of the folders below, replacing your-username with, well, your username.
 -Mac OSX: /Users/your-username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom/Modules
 -Windows Vista/7/8/10: C:\Users\your-username\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Lightroom\Modules
 -Windows XP: C:\Documents and Users\your-username\Application Data\Adobe\Lightroom\Modules
•To make these locations visible, use these instructions for
 -Mac - https://www.macworld.com/article/2057221/how-to-view-the-library-folder-in-mavericks.html
 -Windows - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/show-hidden-files-0320fe58-0117-fd59-6851-9b7f9840fdb2#show-hidden-files=windows-7
•You might need to create the Modules folder for a first-time installation.
Now that you've got the plug-in, let's help Lightroom Classic find and install it:
•Start Lightroom Classic.
•Select File > Plug-in Manager.
•Click the Add button.
•Browse to the folder where you saved the plugin and select it. Then click Add Plug-in.
•The plug-in should show that it's ”Installed and running.” Click Done, and you're set.