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Drupal: adding a random gallery in sidebar BUT from a specific location

Posted on 2010-09-10
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Hello,

Running drupal 6.15
I have Random Gallery block running fine, the problem it selects all the images I have uploaded. I only need the random gallery block to cycle images either from a specific gallery or location.
It tired messing around with Views, but I can't get the specific location to work.

Thank you.
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by:Thomas4019
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This sounds like a job for Views built in "filters".

They are in the top right of the views UI. You likely want to filter around Taxonomy or something.
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by:deterius
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Is it possible to elaborate?
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You should be able to add a "filter" or "argument" based on the image gallery.

If you don't know how to use views try googling "views tutorial" or the like.
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by:deterius
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I was eventually figured it out- but by googling the answer. By telling me to google something, might as well not answer.
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