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MARCO1 17 Jan 2010 19:06

Quote:

Originally Posted by hz1sa2002 (Post 1958036)
Did not work for me
i ded all that is required nothing has changed :confused:

I don't see you clicked on Mark as installed, So I can't support you.

Skyrider 17 Jan 2010 20:34

Anyway possible that the images can be clicked to see the full sized?

Candostum 17 Jan 2010 21:01

Thanks Marco nice mod.

Edrondol 17 Jan 2010 21:46

Downloaded about 1/2 hour ago, put the clientscript file in place, installed the xml...and nothing. The thread I was using as an example is still filled with HUGE images.

MARCO1 17 Jan 2010 22:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by Edrondol (Post 1958538)
Downloaded about 1/2 hour ago, put the clientscript file in place, installed the xml...and nothing. The thread I was using as an example is still filled with HUGE images.

PM Me with a test admin member to check the Mod.

djbaxter 18 Jan 2010 07:09

1 Attachment(s)
Bug: Installing this add-on messes up the Quick Edit Tool Bar - see attachment. Quick Reply is fine; Quick Edit is seriously messed up.

This happens in IE8 but not in Firefox 3.x.

Using page compatibility in IE8 makes the tool bar display correctly but that's not a solution - just a workaround.

Uninstalling the add-on corrects the problem.

My guess is you've messed up something in the CSS.

meissenation 18 Jan 2010 17:54

Marco1,

Can you show a screen shot of the settings for this mod? Is there a field to specify what the maximum allowable width of the image is so it knows what images to resize or does it resize based on the width of the post area?

The other modification that's out for image resizing sets the width of the image as a maximum allowable pixel size. While it's sufficient in theory, it's NOT friendly for sites with a userbase that has many different resolutions. To make the images show correctly on an 800x600 screen the allowable width has to be set really small - but then everyone using larger screen resolutions are now getting tiny thumbnails.

Since the image is being put into a div area, can't there be something that says to the effect of "if the image width is smaller than the div area, do not resize. If it is larger than the div area, resize it to be 100% of the div area"

Reef Man 19 Jan 2010 18:39

I installed this one, but it seems to not work.

Can you tell me if the clientscript folderm ust be located on my forums dir or where?

check this page. the images are not resizing:

http://www.acuarios-marinos.com/foru...Masiva-!/page2

ShawnV 19 Jan 2010 21:22

Awesome MOD, thanks MARCO1.

Tize. 20 Jan 2010 12:41

Yeahhh, great file.
The hack BBR - Resize Images with lytebox v3.22 is not good have bugss.
Your hack soo hoot!!
Thank you very much.
5 Stars + Installed!!

MARCO1 20 Jan 2010 17:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by Reef Man (Post 1960359)
I installed this one, but it seems to not work.

Can you tell me if the clientscript folderm ust be located on my forums dir or where?

check this page. the images are not resizing:

http://www.acuarios-marinos.com/foru...Masiva-!/page2

You didn't upload the product correctly, In your page source I didn't found MARCO1.CSS Loaded in your pages. Re-import the product again.

MARCO1 20 Jan 2010 17:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by ShawnV (Post 1960505)
Awesome MOD, thanks MARCO1.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tize. (Post 1961057)
Yeahhh, great file.
The hack BBR - Resize Images with lytebox v3.22 is not good have bugss.
Your hack soo hoot!!
Thank you very much.
5 Stars + Installed!!

Thanks Guys, Also This Mod will support lytebox in the next version.

baghdad4ever 20 Jan 2010 17:57

thanks marco

is there any load issue with this hack on the server or not?

Edrondol 20 Jan 2010 21:55

Quote:

Originally Posted by MARCO1 (Post 1958590)
PM Me with a test admin member to check the Mod.

Have you been able to check this out yet?

http://www.halforums.com/forum/showt...ighlight=santa

This thread is a good example of HUGE images that are still not working.

MARCO1 21 Jan 2010 00:41

New Version Has been released.


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