What is equivalent of program files in macOS?

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Jan 14, 2022 Jan 14, 2022

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Hi!

I wanted to customise web gallery .css file (I successfully did it on Windows, worked perfectly - I used it to preview collections with Instagram feed layout) but I cannot find galleries' files on macOS.

 

I am looking for such path equivalent:

 

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom\Shared\webengines\LR-Gallery-Track.lrwebengine\assets\css\main.css

 

It's not in Applications folder, nor in Application Support files in Library. I have no idea where else to find it.

 

I would really appreciate any help - I have spent literally hours searching through files, with no luck.

 

Cheers

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 14, 2022 Jan 14, 2022
I've atatched two screesnhots showing the path to LR-Gallery-Track.lrwebengine and file you're looking for.

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Right-click on the Lightroom Classic application and choose 'Show Package Contents'. That opens the application as a folder. What you are looking for is probably in there, but I did not check that.

 

-- Johan W. Elzenga

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I've atatched two screesnhots showing the path to LR-Gallery-Track.lrwebengine and file you're looking for.

 

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OMG, Thank you so much!!! 

 

I would never find it by myself, you are my hero!

 

If anyone would be interested in modyfing their web gallery so it looks like Instagram feed, I attach modified main.css file - you just have to paste it (and replace it) in Lr-Gallery-Boxes.lrwebengine>assets>css

 

I am using Lr-Gallery-Boxes.lrwebengine as a base

 

(sorry, I used different gallery name in my initial question)

 

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You can apply it to any collection to preview your feed.

After you change background to white the result looks like this:

 

Malgorzata5FC9_0-1642180315140.png

 

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Note that any file you embed within the application package (macOS) or C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom\Shared\webengines\LR-Gallery-Track.lrwebengine\assets\css\main.css on Windows will be overwritten next time you update the application. 

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Yup, I suspected that 😄

I will save the folder location to favourites and I will have to replace it everytime it updates.

 

If someone would know how to create the template in user files (there is a place for custom web galleries - I managed to create one, but it was loading and loading - gallery for some reason didn't worked properly) - I would be happy to hear how to do it!

 

 

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Ok, I found it and did it! !

Malgorzata5FC9_0-1642183987712.png

 

Ok, so I attach link to the final file (I cannot attach .zip here), you just have to drop to 

Malgorzata5FC9_2-1642184086335.png

an be happy with your Instagram Feed preview 😄🥳

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NQh5dkA3HUi7apzi8oDr5tKvo548eXUy?usp=sharing

 

Here is the tutorial I was using to create custom gallery (using my CSS file) 

http://lightroomsolutions.com/how-can-i-customise-a-built-in-web-gallery/

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