Aviary image editor module is for inline Image editing using the free service API provided at http://www.aviary.com/html5builder.
Once the permission is set and type of nodes selected in settings then as edit image link appears on the image on mouse over on on the nodes types selected. You can see it working at http://aviary.jitrc.com (permission given to anonymous too). Images can be edited in view mode with a inline HTML editor and then saved on the site replacing the original image. The original image is kept in backup with a different name. If the image being edited is from external source the edited image is saved in the site and the link to the image in the node body is modified accordingly.
Git sandbox url: git.drupal.org:sandbox/jitrc/1084860.git

aviary_image_editor.zip95.51 KBjitrc


jitrc’s picture

Status:Active» Needs review

Also it does not have any dependecies

mlncn’s picture

Status:Needs review» Reviewed & tested by the community

Sorry for the delay!

All indents should be two spaces.
The new style for hook implementation code comments is "Implements hook_xyz()."

Overall looks good, RTBC.

Dave Reid’s picture

Status:Reviewed & tested by the community» Needs work

Looks like the feather.js file is a non-GPL external library? You can still included non-local JavaScript files using drupal_add_js().

duozersk’s picture

Component:new project application» module

I would suggest to integrate it with Image Editor module. It uses another approach to the image editing (edit images on the node edit view, also utilizes Imagefield), but I'm ready to join the forces and extend the functionality to enable editing of inline images (I was researching in this direction, but didn't come up with the good workflow on how to update the files table and other relationships if needed).


wibejen’s picture

Category:task» bug

I am having trouble with this module after editing the photo when I want it saved back to my site. I get an error message stating "error saving message." I am using Safari, so I don't know if it's just the browser or some setting on my site I need to adjust. Please advise if you have any ideas.

I really like the module overall. I have had a lot of problems using the image editor module, so I really like this standalone module for Aviary's image editor. I like that it's lightweight and simple; my site doesn't need the advanced features of a lot of the editors in the image editor module.

jthorson’s picture

Category:bug» task

wibejen: Problems with the module should be reported in the project's issue queue ... this thread is for jitrc's application for 'full project status'.

duozersk’s picture


I will be happy to help you with Image Editor, just open an issue and we will sort it out. It is already being used on 124 sites (both Drupal 6 & 7).


duozersk’s picture

Status:Needs work» Closed (won't fix)

I think this one can be closed as Image Editor module now has imageeditor_inline submodule to allow editing any image on the site. Plus it has support for many more editors.