I have this problem too - need further help
I'm having the exact same issue here, but I don't completely understand how to use your workaround Jason.
You say: "the only coding change the client would need to perform on adding the gallery would be to modify the gallery PHP code to a hidden element.
all of the other changes are changes you would need to make to the pages that display the Power CMS Content." - where do I make these changes exactly? Power Gallery automatically creates the code to insert a gallery into a page, I don't want to manually have to go into each gallery a client creates and have to convert the code and then try and instruct them how to convert it to a hidden field in Power CMS. I think we need a fix for this ASAP. A lot of clients are not technical at all - just copying the code from Power Gallery can prove challenging.
Are you able to supply fix files we can just upload to our PowerGallery installations to get them to work properly with Power CMS?