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Ciraxis’s picture

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Critical Mash’s picture

Ran into the same issue. Found a minified version at http://code.google.com/p/vungtaufishingport/source/browse/trunk/modules/...

So far, so good.

smithkyle1992’s picture

That version that critical mash posted doesn't work for me - I just get all my images appear one after anouther down the page.

smithkyle1992’s picture

don't suppose anyone could upload the working version they are using on their site?

marktheshark’s picture

One quick solution is to copy the plugin from the Drupal 6 version.

ParisLiakos’s picture

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i have this one..downloaded about 10 days ago.
just rename it to jquery.cycle.all.min.js

asauterChicago’s picture

The one posted by rootatwx doesn't work for me either. I still get the same error: " You need to install the jQuery cycle plugin. Create a directory in sites/all/libraries called jquery.cycle, and then copy jquery.cycle.all.min.js into it. Latest version tested: 2.99
You can find the plugin at http://malsup.com/jquery/cycle/download.html." Even though jquery.cycle.all.min.js is in sites/all/libraries. Is there a way to force it or direct it to the file location manually?

jantoine’s picture

Simply renaming the jquery.cycle.all.js file to jquery.cycle.all.min.js will do the trick. I do not believe a minified version is necessary with Drupal's 'Aggregate JavaScript files' performance option (someone please correct me if I am wrong).

@asauterChicago,

Sounds like you are skipping the step of creating the jquery.cycle folder. Could you please verify that you have in fact placed the jquery.cycle.all.min.js inside a jquery.cycle folder inside the libraries folder? Your path from the Drupal root should look like:

sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.all.min.js

Cheers,

Antoine

ParisLiakos’s picture

Actually drupal aggregation doesnt minify afaik..but still.
minified or not,its the same code to the machine ^^

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nicl’s picture

Yeah, you can just rename the file and the warning notice disappears.

Perhaps just a small patch to the module to use the non-minified version (as looking at the project at github there is no default minified version anyway).

ps. I can't do this at the moment as am at work but will look later.

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karilu_ec’s picture

You can also use one of the packages to minimize the javascript code . I used the YUI compressor and for the outuput file give it the name of jquery.cycle.all.min.js

boabjohn’s picture

Looks like a great module: can't wait to get it rolling. BUT:

I have this path:
/var/aegir/platforms/d7smallsite-222/sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.min.js

All perms are 775

And I've tried:

- Running the full .js, but renamed to min.js (as at #8)
- Using the min.js from #2 and #8

And still get the warning message AND no slideshow.

Thanks to the responders so far: would appreciate any further guidance here!

tnightingale’s picture

Title:Can't find jquery.cycle.all.min.js» Hardcoded jQuery Cycle plugin filename (jquery.cycle.all.min.js) differs to source filename (jquery.cycle.all.js).
Status:Active» Needs review
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It would appear that the author of jQuery.cycle has stopped hosting the minified version of the plugin.
The real issue is that views slideshow can't guess what the filename the JS plugin will be. Unfortunately there is not much we can do about the 3rd party changing filenames or removing files from the server.

Here is a patch that will first attempt to load a file that goes by the name: jquery.cycle.all.min.js.
If it does not exist, it will try: jquery.cycle.all.js (the name of the un-minified version that currently exists on the server).

Note that the module doesn't actually care whether the javascript plugin has been minified or not, or even whether the minified version has "min" in its filename.

robin.puga’s picture

thegreat,

There was a syntax error on line 11 of your patch. Attached is the updated and fixed patch.

Thanks,

R.

tnightingale’s picture

rerolled robin's patch against views_slideshow-7.x-3.x

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oueryemchi’s picture

Hi guys,

I tried all the posted solutions and none of them works! I tried also the patchs (the 2 last posted ones) and I get an error in the line command :

can't find file to patch at input line 5
Perhaps you should have used the -p or --strip option?
The text leading up to this was:
--------------------------
|diff --git contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.module contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.module
|index 29483bd..cbbc855 100644
|--- contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.module
|+++ contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.module
--------------------------
File to patch:

as you can see it's prompting the file, it doesn't work even though I type the right path..

Please help!

fenstrat’s picture

Status:Needs review» Closed (duplicate)

This is a duplicate of #1214290: jquery.cycle.all.min.js recommended, but not officially available (Fixed) where a work around for using the non minified version has already been committed.

fenstrat’s picture

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Status:Closed (duplicate)» Needs review
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My bad, #1214290: jquery.cycle.all.min.js recommended, but not officially available (Fixed) was committed to Views Slideshow: Dynamic Display Block.

That issue took the same approach to fix this as the patch here in #18. However #18 was missing the warning message on the view edit form. So I've moved the logic to find the cycle path into its own function and used it on the view edit form and for the drupal_add_js() call in hook_init().

fenstrat’s picture

Updated patch, only removed the empty() check as the _views_slideshow_cycle_library_path() function returns FLASE on failure.

David Stosik’s picture

Version:7.x-3.0-alpha1» 7.x-3.x-dev

And here is the patch for 7.x-3.x.

Regards,
David

David Stosik’s picture

DC_Marc’s picture

Renaming the file to add the .min worked for me. Thank you!

fenstrat’s picture

@David Stosik thanks for the re-roll. If it's working for you can you mark this as RTBC?

mordonez’s picture

thanks @David Stosik and @fenstrat it works!

mordonez’s picture

Status:Needs review» Reviewed & tested by the community
BenK’s picture

Just checked the jquery cycle site and there is a full version and a lite version now available. The files have the following names:

Full version:
jquery.cycle.all.js

Lite version:
jquery.cycle.lite.js

Which version is now recommended to use with this module?

BenK’s picture

The patch in #25 works great if using the full jquery cycle plugin (https://raw.github.com/malsup/cycle/master/jquery.cycle.all.js).

The patch, however, doesn't yet detect the "lite" jquery cycle version (https://raw.github.com/malsup/cycle/master/jquery.cycle.lite.js). Should it support that as well?

Thanks,
Ben

drew29’s picture

Hej Hej,

I have try to patch the first time. I have create a folder (test) and paste the original file and the patch file. After that I opened my terminal (Ubuntu) and change to the folder test. Then I use this:

patch -p1 < 1212484-24-views_slideshow_cycle_library_path.patch

after I press Enter I become the following message:

hasel@hasel-VirtualBox:~/alkohol/patch$ patch -p1 < 1212484-24-views_slideshow_cycle_library_path.patch
patching file contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.module
Hunk #1 FAILED at 12.
Hunk #2 FAILED at 74.
2 out of 2 hunks FAILED -- saving rejects to file contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.module.rej
patching file contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.views_slideshow.inc
Hunk #1 FAILED at 69.
1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.views_slideshow.inc.rej
hasel@hasel-VirtualBox:~/alkohol/patch$

can you help me to solve this? sorry for my bad english i hope it will be better :-)

kind regards
drew

David Stosik’s picture

Lite version is not a minimized version. It has less features And may be, I guess, less compatible with Views Slideshow. :)

ShaneOnABike’s picture

This also worked for me! And I made sure that the permissions were 755 too :)

fenstrat’s picture

Yeah I'd agree with @David Stosik, there is no need to support the Lite version.

The patch in #23 is RTBC for 6.x as is the patch in #25 for 7.x

@drew29 the patch is made with Git and must be applied with Git. See the "Applying a patch" section of http://drupal.org/patch/apply

lsolesen’s picture

Looks good to me.

BenK’s picture

GIven that there is a consensus this patch is working as advertised, can we get a maintainer to commit this?

--Ben

redndahead’s picture

Priority:Normal» Critical
redndahead’s picture

Status:Reviewed & tested by the community» Fixed

This has been committed. Thank you everyone for your help!

fenstrat’s picture

Thanks redndahead!

Status:Fixed» Closed (fixed)

Automatically closed -- issue fixed for 2 weeks with no activity.

blogook’s picture

I am having this exact same problem

the module says, You need to install the jQuery cycle plugin ...

I have uploaded the file to the correct directory, /sites/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.all.js

CHMOD to 777, just to make sure .. and still having this error message. I have no idea how to apply the patch, if there is a patch necessary.

any ideas?

Ciraxis’s picture

you have the newest dev version?

blogook’s picture

ach so, nope

will try the dev version.

blogook’s picture

Not working.

I stopped the modules, uninstalled them, cleaned my cached. Deleted the views_slideshow folder from my modules directory. I then extracted the dev version of views slideshow, activated the modules .. and still same problem.

You need to install the jQuery cycle plugin. Create a directory in sites/all/libraries called jquery.cycle, and then copy jquery.cycle.all.min.js or jquery.cycle.all.js into it. You can find the plugin at http://malsup.com/jquery/cycle.

blogook’s picture

it's working now .. don't ask my why, as I have no clue.

binhaamin’s picture

hi, please tell me how. thanks

starbucksguy’s picture

Hi,

I am really stuck. I'm encountering a similar problem as detailed in #32.

First off, I tried simply renaming jquery.cycle.all.js to jquery.cycle.all.min.js and placing it in ...libraries/jquery.cycle but I still received the error message.

I then located this tutorial (http://www.werockyourweb.com/patching-drupal-modules-in-windows) on how to apply a patch to a module, and I followed it accordingly using Cygwin.

I entered in the following command and it returned the accompanying error

patch views_slideshow_cycle.module < 1212484-24-views_slideshow_cycle_library_path.patch
patching file views_slideshow_cycle.module
Hunk #1 FAILED at 12.
Hunk #2 succeeded at 75 (offset 2 lines).
1 out of 2 hunks FAILED -- saving rejects to file views_slideshow_cycle.module.rej
can't find file to patch at input line 57
Perhaps you should have used the -p or --strip option?
The text leading up to this was:
--------------------------
|diff --git a/contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.views_slideshow.inc b/contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.views_slideshow.inc
|index c6f03ab..7641bfd 100644
|--- a/contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.views_slideshow.inc
|+++ b/contrib/views_slideshow_cycle/views_slideshow_cycle.views_slideshow.inc
--------------------------

I am really stuck. I really want to get this to work. I'm considering abandoning this module and using Views jQFX Nivo Slider instead. I would be grateful for any assistance. Thanks.

starbucksguy’s picture

Status:Closed (fixed)» Active
fenstrat’s picture

Status:Active» Closed (fixed)

@starbucksguy There is no need to apply this patch, it was committed here in #39 and is part of views_slideshow 7.x-3.0.

Make sure the plugin file is placed in sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.all.js

starbucksguy’s picture

Status:Closed (fixed)» Active
StatusFileSize
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new30.19 KB

fenstrat -- Thank you for your reply and the information about the patch. I am using views_slideshow 7.x-3.0 and I have confirmed that the plugin file is located in the appropriate location. I have tried both sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.all.js and sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.all.min.js but I receive the same error.

The error states: You need to install the jQuery cycle plugin. Create a directory in sites/all/libraries called jquery.cycle, and then copy jquery.cycle.all.min.js or jquery.cycle.all.js into it. You can find the plugin at http://malsup.com/jquery/cycle.

My slides are not advancing.

I have attached appropriate screen shots. I would be glad to provide any additional configuration information that might lead to a resolution of this problem. Thanks.

starbucksguy’s picture

Status:Active» Closed (fixed)

I removed the error. I downloaded the file from https://github.com/malsup/cycle and not http://malsup.com/jquery/cycle -- the github file worked.

fcortez’s picture

I fixed it. It works now.

dhineshkumar’s picture

Thank you..

sezysoyuz’s picture

Hi!

You need to install the jQuery cycle plugin. Create a directory in sites/all/libraries called jquery.cycle, and then copy jquery.cycle.all.min.js or jquery.cycle.all.js into it. You can find the plugin at http://malsup.com/jquery/cycle.

I'm trying to implement slideshow on Drupal 7.17. But i'm facing this error and at the same time my slideshow is not working i had already created the directory as suggested by this error and also the file (jquery.cycle.all.js) but still things are not working. Can you guys help me out.

Thanks in advance.

lsolesen’s picture

@sezysoyuz The answer is in #52.

nicodv’s picture

Thanks, the github file works. I had the same problem as last one, but it was my fault: the libraries folder was not in all, but in sites. Typical duh!

Thanks for the plugin

sonicthoughts’s picture

can't find jquery.cycle.all.min.js for 3.02 (latest all version) anywhere. Tried to minify myself and cycle does not work :(

fenstrat’s picture

@sonicthoughts Please see #50

manfredleh’s picture

I am following the tutorial on creating a drupal 7 slideshow with views by yaworki1. As part of the installation I need to install the jquery cycle plugin module. I cannot find it under drupal.org/projects. Is it superseded by a newer module or where can I find it?
I found something under malsup.com and downloaded jquery.cycle.all.js. However when attempting to open it, I am getting a Windows Script Host Message Line 10, Char 2, Error: 'jquery' is undefined, Code 800A1391, Source: Microsoft JScript runtime error.
Many thanks, Manfred Lehmann

klonos’s picture

@manfredleh: Hey Manfred, welcome to Drupal!

The jquery cycle plugin is not a drupal.org module. It's a 3rd party external library found here: http://jquery.malsup.com/cycle/download.html

You need to download the jquery.cycle.all.js file from that site and copy it under your drupal installation directory in /sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/jquery.cycle.all.js (if you don't have the Libraries API module installed, please do so - it is required).

manfredleh’s picture

Hi klonos, thanks for your guidance. When downloading from the link which you provided, I get the script message as given in my original question. My PC is windows 7. Do you use windows 7 and do you also or not receive this script? Thanks, Manfred

klonos’s picture

Try right-clicking then save as (do not directly click on the link as that would try to run the script). That should do it.

Manish Thakur’s picture

The #6 post by ParisLiakos worked out perfectly thanks!.

tmcnamara98’s picture

Issue summary:View changes

I've got a really strange situation where the slideshow works great for a while, then eventually breaks with a "Missing style plugin" message. The "break" typically happens over night. Strangely, it doesn't necessary happy when I run cron.

What I can do to fix it is disenable the views slideshow cycle module, then enable it and then it works! Kind of bizarre.

But I need to figure this out, because I don't want to turn the module off and back on every day.

Anyone have ideas of why this might be happening? I'd be much obliged for the assistance. -Tim

igorik’s picture

Is it possible that for 3 years the developer didn't fix this small change, which is missunderstunding so many people for 3 years?
Just stop to request the file jquery.cycle.all.min.js?

Hard to believe that, I am very afraid about quality of this module and it's developer.

igorik’s picture

Status:Closed (fixed)» Needs work
fenstrat’s picture

Status:Needs work» Closed (fixed)

@igorik please see #50.

Mintrax’s picture

I have worked through this thread twice and spent about 8 hours playing around without success. The advice here seems straight forward, but I just can't get a result. Always get "Jquery Cycle is not installed and is required by the rotating banner module". For the life of me I cannot fault what I'm doing wrong.

The modules I have installed that effect this are views_slideshow, rotating banner, jquery plugins, libraries, views. I don't believe I need the jquery plugins module for this to work though. Am I right?

The jquery.cycle.all.js or jquery.cycle.all.min.js files I have tried both multiple times. Currently have both files in the folder, but mostly just one or the other.

The file is located at wamp/www/yeacomau/sites/all/libraries/jquery.cycle/

I have created the file in windows by right clicking and "Save as"

I am a newbie at Drupal but not totally dumb (I don't think)

I keep thinking it must be path error but I just can't see it.

Any help would be most appreciated.