ilife 08 and Send to Web Gallery

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beaken

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I have my iPhone, I have iLife 08, I have made several galleries, the two I want to use with my iPhone both have the send by email and allow to upload. On my phone when I select a picture then tap Send to Web Gallery it goes to the new page with Web Gallery Albums on the top and a cancel button. Below that is the word loading and the spinning track ball. I have let it sit for hours, I have restored even and still not one gallery shows up. Anyone have any ideas? and yes my .mac account is listed in the email section.
 

cybergreg

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I have my iPhone, I have iLife 08, I have made several galleries, the two I want to use with my iPhone both have the send by email and allow to upload. On my phone when I select a picture then tap Send to Web Gallery it goes to the new page with Web Gallery Albums on the top and a cancel button. Below that is the word loading and the spinning track ball. I have let it sit for hours, I have restored even and still not one gallery shows up. Anyone have any ideas? and yes my .mac account is listed in the email section.
1. Have you loaded the iPhoto 7.01 upgrade?
2. Have you restarted your iPhone?

Mine works fine after I installed the 7.01 upgrade.
What is your gallery address?
 

cybergreg

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Well that's just weird. I was able to upload a photo (don't worry, it's SFW) through the web browser.

Let me check something...

Edit: I thought I saw something different on my web gallery but I did not. yours looks the same as mine.
 

beaken

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Well that's just weird. I was able to upload a photo (don't worry, it's SFW) through the web browser.

Let me check something...

Edit: I thought I saw something different on my web gallery but I did not. yours looks the same as mine.

Yah it totaly has me stumped, been banging my head on the desk for days now.
 

beaken

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Did you upgrade the iPhone itself?

Yep its all updated as well. The only thing I can think of that would stop me is maybe because im still doing the trial for .mac? But I cant see them stopping me for just that when everything else works just fine. Anyone else on a trail .mac and has it working?
 

cybergreg

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Yep its all updated as well. The only thing I can think of that would stop me is maybe because im still doing the trial for .mac? But I cant see them stopping me for just that when everything else works just fine. Anyone else on a trail .mac and has it working?
Hmmm that unfortunately could be the problem (trial account]
:(
 

geordisjd

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Hmmm that unfortunately could be the problem (trial account]
:(
I agree. I found this (not specific to web gallery)
"

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