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softvnzla 16 Jan 2010 22:47

Hello friend,

I walk in vb4.0.0 upload clientscript\MARCO1.css i and I check the option amount of files like css but the images are not reduced

it from going bad?

MARCO1 16 Jan 2010 22:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kolbi (Post 1957707)
great thing :)

Yeah, where can i change the default width?

Yes you have an external CSS File you can edit it as you want. However I see this size is very good.

MARCO1 16 Jan 2010 23:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by softvnzla (Post 1957716)
Hello friend,

I walk in vb4.0.0 upload clientscript\MARCO1.css i and I check the option amount of files like css but the images are not reduced

it from going bad?

Sorry, I'm not completely understand your problem can you explain more ?

MARCO1 16 Jan 2010 23:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Allan (Post 1957690)
Nice hack, thank you ;)

You are welcome my friend :)

softvnzla 16 Jan 2010 23:10

Hi Marco1,

Sorry for my bad english,

i'm upload file clientscript/marco1.css and import product,

But images not resize :(

using vb4.0.0

MARCO1 16 Jan 2010 23:13

Quote:

Originally Posted by softvnzla (Post 1957735)
Hi Marco1,

Sorry for my bad english,

i'm upload file clientscript/marco1.css and import product,

But images not resize :(

using vb4.0.0

Does you download the now or since 1 hour ? Because I have updated the Mod.
Try to re-download the Mod and re-import the xml file again.

AzzidReign 17 Jan 2010 01:11

Thanks!

*Tagged*

MARCO1 17 Jan 2010 06:58

Great!

mitch84 17 Jan 2010 08:13

thank you

McCarroll21 17 Jan 2010 08:28

Is there any way to do this with javascript instead of css?

Something like shown in the demo here? This used to be done with the nCode image resizer but they stopped their development prior to 4.0.

Currently I have it to where attachments (since the new vBulletin has decided to make the img button use attachments) are thumbnailed down to the size I want, but the img tabs aren't. I know how to do it through css, but I'd rather have the capability to see the full size image with a click instead of having to right click and then viewing the image itself.

Speaking of, is there a way to force vBulletin to use the old behavior for the insert image button and just use img tags?

MARCO1 17 Jan 2010 10:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by McCarroll21 (Post 1957960)
Is there any way to do this with javascript instead of css?

Something like shown in the demo here? This used to be done with the nCode image resizer but they stopped their development prior to 4.0.

Currently I have it to where attachments (since the new vBulletin has decided to make the img button use attachments) are thumbnailed down to the size I want, but the img tabs aren't. I know how to do it through css, but I'd rather have the capability to see the full size image with a click instead of having to right click and then viewing the image itself.

Speaking of, is there a way to force vBulletin to use the old behavior for the insert image button and just use img tags?

I Can't use any code from another Mod, however I have added your suggest in my notes :)

hz1sa2002 17 Jan 2010 11:19

Did not work for me
i ded all that is required nothing has changed :confused:

McCarroll21 17 Jan 2010 13:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by MARCO1 (Post 1958012)
I Can't use any code from another Mod, however I have added your suggest in my notes :)

Of course. I didn't mean to rip their code, but using javascript as an option shouldn't be something that is exclusive to the mod. I just sent you there to see an example of what I'm talking about.

Hopefully you can do it.

Dr.osamA 17 Jan 2010 14:12

thank you MARCO1

installled & 5 stars
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abdulbasitsaeed 17 Jan 2010 17:20

Thank you for this mod, MARCO1! :)

Is it possible that after resizing, a link is given to the actual full size image?


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