Lightroom :: Cannot Get Correct Code From Facebook To Link To LR4
May 7, 2013
I cannot get the correct code from Facebook to link to LR4. The publish manager displays the plug is installed and running, but then when I try to publish, I get a message from Internet Explorer and Firefox it does not know what to do with each particular protocol.
I have loaded pictures from PSE 11 to my face book page but it only gives me 1 of 3 options. I load one pic it goes onto my timeline as normal or it will let me select on of 2 albums or create a new album. I have like 8 albums on my facebook how do I find or choose my designated folder with it only giving me the option for 2 the 2 I don't wish to load any more pictures to. I see it if there is not an option I'd need to save it to my windows view/folder and upload them that way.
i install my AutoCAD 2012 into my new computer, but after i install it get only 30 days remaining. then i try to put the activation code to activate and it keep getting that the activation code it not correct. i try to request a new activation code but no reply.
note: before i install my autocad 2012 into new computer i uninstall it in my previous computer.
correct font style from 1071 group code in style table of dxf file ? I am able to read the Font name and font file name from group 1000 and 3 respectively, but not able to get the font style: whether it is Regular, Bold, Italic etc.
I know i have to decode the long values in 1071 group codes like: 50331682, 50372882 etc. But dont know how to arrive the Regular, Bold, Italic etc Font Style. How to decode this value ?
The requirement of above information to me is that i am making a Graphics viewer for a specific purpose which reads and displays Graphical Entities from DXF (ascii) file.
I have a touchscreen project that I am using Edge Animate to create. So far its working great, but I am trying to find the correct code to make an Idle Timeout after 3 minutes to go back to the stage frame 1 or the label "StageStart" that I have created. I have tried attaching the following code as a 3 second test to the function "touchend", but it doesn't seem to work:
Is there a way to quickly assign all the Skin vertices with 0.0 weight to their correct biped link?
In my attachment there is about 50 vertices remaining having already corrected about 50 by hand. This is not a problem to do by hand however I have 20 more characters to modify after this any scripts/tips etc.
it is possible to define point/link codes using some conditional expressions. When I try to write in an expression under "Link Codes" I get an error. Is there a way to create conditional codes without the use of "decisions"?
Ability to upload any videos to Facebook via Lightroom's publish?
I go to the Lightroom Publishing Manager, and in the middle it says, "Videos will not be uploaded into this album. Facebook organizes them under "My Videos". OK, but it doesn't have an option for selecting that album.
My .JPG exports look more vibrant and contrasty when viewed on Flickr and Facebook. I didn't have this issue until I calibrated my monitor. I recently purchased a new monitor (Dell Ultrasharp U2711) and went with the factory calibration for awhile. Using the factory calibration my test prints were acceptable for color but the prints came back a little too dark so I decided to calibrate the monitor with an Xrite i1. I haven't submitted test prints with the new calibration on the monitor yet but I have exported and uploaded some .JPG's to Flickr and Facebook and they look way more vibrant and modestly more contrasty than they do in Lightroom.I want others to see my images the way I intend them to.
When exporting the images I have always selected sRGB as the color space. I tried selecting the monitor profile as the color space for the .JPG's but it didn't make a difference. The exported .JPG images looked the same on Flickr and Facebook. I also tried using a color space called sRGB IEC61966-2.1 but it did not correct the boost in saturation and contrast that I am seeing now either.
I want my exported .JPG's displayed on Flickr and Facebook to look the same as they do in Lightroom. I had no problems with this when I first got the new monitor and was using the factory calibration. It's only become a problem since calibrating the monitor with the i1. I don't think I can go back to using the factory calibration but even if I could, eventually I am going to have to calibrate my monitor.
I have Lightroom 4.3 and am using Windows 7, 64 bit, and wanted to use publish services with Facebook. Add photos to Facebook through Lightroom which is stated possible. When I try to utilize it, I am told under the Mozilla Firefox that
" it doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (lightroom) isn't associated with any program. You might need to install other software to open this address."
I have LR 5.3 and when I go to File>Plug-In Extras it says "(none defined), even though when I go to the Plug-In Manager it indicates that the Facebook plug-in (and others) is installed and running. The Facebook plug-in is on my machine but LR doesn't seem to recognize it. All I want to do is export some photos to Facebook.
Trying to export a slideshow I made in LR4 to Facebook using the Publish Services option. I made my slideshow and exported in one fo the formats that said it was optimized for web publishing and Facebook. I then dragged the slideshow to my Facebook publishing service, and it shows up as ready to publish.
I am not able to publish my pictures on Face Book, after dng conversion , its not letting the face book album to publish on wall, its not letting the dng photos, the errormessage coming that "cant upload to the facebook album named cover photos please make sure the adobe photoshop lightroom app has permission to upload with the privacy level off this album''.
we have checked the privacy level is ok, the light room is not permitting to publish the photos on the wall, it only comes as cover photo,
I'm trying to publish (LR5 current version) to my facebook page (xyzphotography), but it posts to my personal timeline (xyz). They are both under the same account name (xyz). How to publish directly to a "Page"?
Any user who uses Facebook to showcase image galleries knows that Facebook changes how images are displayed from time to time. One month it will be on a black background and the next on a white background. And then they put overlay's on top of your images and they change things around whenever they wish. There is not rock solid consistency from Facebook on how they display your images across devices or over time.
What I am trying to do is to add some consistency to how my images are displayed by adding my own border to my images.
Ideally, I would want Lightroom to add a border for me based on some setting under the export manager. But as far I know there is no setting to do this? (Why doesn't lightroom have any border options anywhere yet for anything it exports? This would be relatively simple I think.)
Here is the only way I know how to solve my issue.
First, my other considerations: I want to keep my original images in my catalog in tact and as is w/o a border and with layers if it is a .psd file. I do NOT want to destructively add a border to the catalog images, only the images that end up on Facebook. I also want to add my watermark image to the final image so that it is done as the last step so that the bottom part of my watermark shows my web site address over the white border on the bottom of the image. Using a droplet and the watermark in the same step does not work properly because it applies the watermark before it runs the action, not after.
I have created an action to add a x pixel white border by: Merging (flatten) all layersCreating a new unlocked background "image" layerExpanding the canvas by x pixels.Creating a new white filled layer and moving it to the bottom of the layer's pallet.Adding a 2 pixel black inside stroke to my image layer and adding a drop shadow. I created a droplet from this action and put it in the droplet folder for LR.
Now for the repeated steps that I am going through...
Select the images that I want to write to Facebook.Export these images to a new folder using the droplet.Import the folder of all of these images back into Lightroom.Move the new images with borders on them into the correct LR FB publish service.Publish the photos using the sharpening and watermark settings.Delete the .psd files created in Step #2.
The steps that I would like to avoid are #2, #3, #6
I'm using Windows 7/32 + LR 3.2 + FF as my default browser
For the last several days I've been trying to get the Facebook Publish Service authorized against my facebook account without sucess. Facebook would add the lightroom application to my list of approved applications, but LR would not recognize that the auhorization was sucessfull after I clicked the "Allow" button in Facebook. I tried this with Firefox, Chrome, and IE and all three browsers failed. Firefox threw an error about the (lightroom) protocol being unknown and then redirected to my Facebook Wall. IE would simply say that it could not open the web page. And Chrome did something similar but I cannot remember the details (I think it redirected too). In all cases LR would report that the Facebook Publish Service was not authorized. I tried reinstalling LR several times and I tried adding the lightroom protocol to FF and associating it with LR but to no avail. Finally I stumbled upon a process that worked for me.
If this is the error you are seeing, then the procedure below should allow you to get properly authorized in LR:
If you already tried and failed to authorize then go into you Facebook Application Settings (Account --> Application Settings) and remove/deauthorize the LR application (using whatever browser you like to do this).Make IE your default browser. This is just temporary, unless you like it like that. You have to use IE, FF won't work and since IE worked here I didn't try Chrome. When LR opens the browser to authenticate you it needs to open IE, not FFOpen LR and click the "Set Up..." link for Facebook Publish Service. Then click the "Authorize on Facebook" button. When IE opens log into FB if your not already, then click the Allow button to authorize LR.If your having the same problem I did then IE will immediately throw up an error saying that it couldn't open the requested page. Look at the URL in the address bar. It should begin with "lightroom://...". Select and copy the entire URL to you clipboard.Go back to LR and click the "Done" button. This will return you to the Facebook Publish Service Setup Dialog and you should see that you are still not authorized. Dang!But you'll notice that the "not authorized" label is not a hyperlink. Click it. This will open a dialog prompting you for the authorization URL. Paste the URL you copied from IE into this box and click OK.You should now be authorized.You can now restore you prefferred default browser.
Tried to publish to face book in Lightroom 4 and 4.4 on both PC and Mac. You can create a new empty album in FB from Lightroom but Lightroom will not the allow you to select the album to upload the images. You just get an error message at the bottom of the screen telling you "error - no album selected" Wasted hours trying to get it to work as per Julian Kost video tutorial.
My exported JPG files look sharp and crystal clear on Flickr. However on Facebook they are blurred and dull. This seems to happen to all my RAW files now. I have not noticed this before and have been using Lightroom since Nov 2012.
How can I fix this since I do share a lot of my work on Facebook as well.
When publishing a collection of photos from Lightroom 5 to Facebook, I find that the photos are always displayed in reverse order in the Facebook album. I've tried reversing the sort order in the original Lightroom collection, but the photos still end up displaying from last to first in Facebook.
I can no longer Publish from LR3 to Facebook (FB) since I had to change my FB account password (someone had tried to hack my account). I right click the account in LR3 and select edit settings. I then clicked on the Authorize on Facebook button (since its no longer authorized). This opens up my web browser and brings me to the Facebook login page. I enter my user name and password and then it opens up a Request for Permission page. It says, "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is requesting permission to do the following - Manage my Pages -Adobe Photoshop Lightroom may login as one of my Pages". There is an icon on the right to click on in order for it to be able to do so, but it is grayed out so I can do nothing. What do I do to correct this ongoing problem?