I released version 1.2 of Lazy-K Gallery a few days ago, and I recommended that you all delete your cache files to take advantage of the new design. Needless to say, I didn’t feel like deleting all my cache files (I have about 600 images in my gallery), so I added the “Cache Manager” in version 1.3.
The Cache Manager allows you to delete and/or create your cached thumbnails and slides. That way you don’t have to delete the files manually if you change the size of your thumbnails, etc. Also, it lets you get around the PHP execution time limit that many of us face. Whenever I added files to my gallery, I used to visit those pages in my gallery to let the cache build (instead of some poor visitor).
To use the Cache Manager, visit the Lazy-K Gallery Options page in the Admin Panel. At the bottom of the page is a “Cache Manager” button. On that page, just select which operations you want to perform and hit the button. Let that page sit there for a while and let your files process!
Let me know how things go. The new Cache Manager uses Ajax, which is new to me, so I look forward to your feedback.