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Lightroom CC 2015: Faulty Script in Web Module

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Engaged ,
Jul 14, 2015 Jul 14, 2015

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Faulty Script in Web Module of Lightroom CC 2015.1

There seems to be an error in one of the Scripts ( jquery.min.js) which is used by Lr 2015.1 to build Web Galleries.

If a user types the URL of their web site into the “Gallery Author URL” box; and a visitor to their Site then clicks on the Link, a 404 “Not Found” error page is triggered.

You can see an example of this if you go to this Page:
http://shelbourne-america.net/Tigers-...
and then click on my name:

Instead of transmitting “http://shelbourne-america.net”
the script instead triggers this triple-field URL:
http://shelbourne-america.net/Tigers-...
which leads only to a 404 Error page.

I find the Lightroom CC 2015 Galleries to be very disappointing in both their design and their functionality.

Adobe needs to provide a far greater range of Customisable Settings for text layout and sizing;
for spacing between thumbnails;
for positioning and formatting of the Main Title and also Caption boxes.

Most egregious of all?: There is no way to insert an eMail Contact Link into a Gallery page?!!

What were the designers of these Gallery templates thinking?!!

Bridge handles Gallery-building so much better than does Lr — even though Adobe has still not fixed its ability to Preview directly in a Browser from Bridge.
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Adobe Employee , Oct 21, 2015 Oct 21, 2015
There is a bug logged on this. In the meantime, to work around this, just include "http://" before the URL you enter. That makes the link work properly for me. (Or if you want it to be a mail link, enter "mailto:" before your email address).

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LEGEND ,
Oct 21, 2015 Oct 21, 2015

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Here it is October 21 and this is still broken.

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There is a bug logged on this. In the meantime, to work around this, just include "http://" before the URL you enter. That makes the link work properly for me. (Or if you want it to be a mail link, enter "mailto:" before your email address).

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