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  1. Well, for us, we had just went ahead and simply changed our Magento site's backend setting to use HTTPS on for non-secure pages etc. as well, just a blanket "Everything" (System->Configuration->(under 'GENERAL' tab)->Web->'Unsecure' setting) ----- ----- After the change it passes all validation as images being served to the M2e gallery as well are all https-based by default now. Figuring since seemingly not just the upcoming and ongoing changes for Google Chrome browser itself (https://security.googleblog.com/2016/09/moving-towards-more-secure-web.html), but the web generally as a whole are/eventually will all be going this route, might as well just opt for https-ing it for all pages/media etc. That was our decision/solution for it all. If any of you out there choose this simple and very easy route you can of course still trigger the Automatic (or Manual, depending on your Sync settings) updates for all your M2e listings by making any kind of random/insignificant change to your master Listing/Description template(s). After you had of course made the quick Magento http-to-https backend change noted above first, it will then convert everything over, including for the M2e image galleries. Perfect. The guys here at M2e may just simply release an official update that addresses this, but, again, looking at everything else beyond ebay/Google etc. here currently, we just simply went ahead and did it all this way permanently moving forward instead. -JW
  2. Yes definitely interested in this as well. It's currently the only thing we have left to complete to pass all checks for the upcoming requirements/recommendations
  3. Hey guys, check these release notes out. I just had missed them. It seems if you simply update M2e for Magento 1 to its latest version, it should then now have the CSS replacement for the old Javascript-based Image Gallery functionality. Sweet. Doing that right now as we speak!
  4. Yes, curious about this too. considering ebay's shortly upcoming Active Content policy changes. It seems that the current M2e Media Gallery function as it stands will not work when 'Previewing' the Active Content switch on the ebay listing. So for example, of course, in our current listing template, we have: #media_gallery[800,800,0,2,column,0,"",]# -- but unfortunately it will appear to be non-functional after the upcoming changes Is there any other method to still use M2e's built-in image Gallery and ensure ebay Active Content compatibility/functionality? I have noticed this here for Magento "2.0" however (I'm only planning on sticking with Magento ver. 1 family for the foreseeable future), but unfortunately could not find this same update/upgrade function for Magento 1's version of M2e. There is apparently a CSS replacement to the previous Javascript-based Gallery function. It would be great if this could also work for ver 1 (perhaps it's a limitation of Magento 1 + M2e):