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Image Resizer
Mod Version: 1.0.2, by Jase2 (Coder/Designer) Jase2 is offline
Developer Last Online: Jun 2009 I like it Show Printable Version Email this Page

vB Version: 3.7.2 Rating: (80 votes - 4.79 average) Installs: 1249
Released: 18 Apr 2008 Last Update: 18 Apr 2008 Downloads: 7519
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Modfication Unsupported: This modfication is now unsupported, due to lack of time to work on it. However, TCattitude has continued development and added many cool NEW features. You can see the updated version here: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...=Image+Resizer

Image resizer for vBulletin version 3.6 and 3.7.
version: 1.0.2

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What is this?
This resizes images in post that are bigger than the set dimensions in your AdminCP options. It also adds an information bar (which is not displayed when the image isn't resized) giving information about the original dimensions and filesize. Filesize is only supported on Internet Explorer, other browsers don't reveal this information through javascript.

Configuration
Please read the included readme.html

A big thanks to Spleasure, who actually created this product. He has given me the rights to the code, so I will be keeping it going for future versions, fixing any bugs, and adding new features.

Thanks, and Enjoy.

Please report bugs, or feature requests into this thread.

Thank you.

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  #151  
Old 05 May 2008, 17:02
danielc2384 danielc2384 is offline
 
Join Date: Feb 2008
Only probably (minor) is that when a page loads up the image automatically opens big for a split second. I would prefer if it was the smaller size when opened.

Other then that great mod!
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  #152  
Old 05 May 2008, 21:46
Andy92 Andy92 is offline
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
Same, if this could be fixed then it would be awesome!
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  #153  
Old 06 May 2008, 08:17
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Stubbed Stubbed is offline
 
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Originally Posted by danielc2384 View Post
Only probably (minor) is that when a page loads up the image automatically opens big for a split second. I would prefer if it was the smaller size when opened.

Other then that great mod!
That's because the script is executed when the page is completely loaded, there's not really any way around this, as there are other effects on page loading/image viewing time.

There are a couple of bugs:

In readme.html

Please report all bugs, or feature requests at: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=176531
That actually links to /www.paulsonny.com

When selecting the option to reset the users settings, I get this error:

Fatal error: Call to a member function query_write() on a non-object in /var/www/nzhondas.com/forum/includes/adminfunctions_options.php(473) : eval()'d code on line 11
Also, the settings in the user control panel appear to be broken. *edit* - I just noticed you are aware of that issue..

All of this is on 3.7 Gold.
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Last edited by Stubbed : 06 May 2008 at 08:41.
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  #154  
Old 06 May 2008, 18:24
Andy92 Andy92 is offline
 
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What you need to update is this...

1) Make the image auto resize before they have loaded. Because page breaks then fixes once the image has loaded.

2) Instead of when the person clicks the bar at the top of the image and then it opens up a new tab or window with the image url in, why not make it open with a lightbox? Like the click it, the page fades out and it appeares in that javascript lightbox?
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  #155  
Old 06 May 2008, 20:15
Mrdby Mrdby is offline
 
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Originally Posted by Stubbed View Post
That's because the script is executed when the page is completely loaded, there's not really any way around this, as there are other effects on page loading/image viewing time.

There are a couple of bugs:

In readme.html



That actually links to /www.paulsonny.com

When selecting the option to reset the users settings, I get this error:



Also, the settings in the user control panel appear to be broken. *edit* - I just noticed you are aware of that issue..

All of this is on 3.7 Gold.
same issue
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  #156  
Old 06 May 2008, 23:10
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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Yes, that error is known. I will try get a fix provided asap.
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  #157  
Old 07 May 2008, 04:29
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Originally Posted by Andy92 View Post
1) Make the image auto resize before they have loaded. Because page breaks then fixes once the image has loaded.
I don't see how you would do this, the hack is javascript based and is only going to know the full size of the image once it is completely loaded. You could in theory make a complete ground up hack using php to check the file dimensions first, and that would create much more traffic/load.

To me, the temporary breakage in theme is acceptable, if this was something that the coder would want to undertake it would have to be optional.

Originally Posted by Andy92 View Post
2) Instead of when the person clicks the bar at the top of the image and then it opens up a new tab or window with the image url in, why not make it open with a lightbox? Like the click it, the page fades out and it appeares in that javascript lightbox?
Again, all these are great feature ideas for some people, but shouldn't be made the default/one and only option. A lot of my users don't use Lightbox because it's to slow.
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  #158  
Old 07 May 2008, 10:01
XiZa XiZa is offline
 
Join Date: Aug 2006
couldn't you use max-width (css) and ie hack to make sure it doesn't display the big image for a split second ?
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  #159  
Old 07 May 2008, 10:02
XiZa XiZa is offline
 
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#posts img {
max-width:400px;
width: expression(this.width > 400 ? 400: true);
}
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  #160  
Old 09 May 2008, 03:29
DieselMinded DieselMinded is offline
 
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Is this a stable mod or is it in Beta ?
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  #161  
Old 09 May 2008, 03:36
adamadamadam adamadamadam is offline
 
Join Date: Jan 2008
I posted this in the original mod's thread, but can it be added to an update to where I can choose which theme/style gets the install instead of all themes & styles? Some of mine are full screen while some are 1024px wide. I'd like those with the pixel width limit to have the image resizer and those that are 100% browser width to not have it.

That'd be awesome.
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  #162  
Old 09 May 2008, 18:54
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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This is a 'stable' release.

Please note: I have now decided to offer support at paulsonny.com

In the next few days, I'm hoping to release an updated version. Please head over to paulsonny.com to requests features, ect.
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  #163  
Old 13 May 2008, 10:38
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Good stuff Jase, looking forward to it
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  #164  
Old 15 May 2008, 00:40
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Is it possible to put all the unneeded css into a file instead of loading it on every page?
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  #165  
Old 15 May 2008, 12:00
ckusmez ckusmez is offline
 
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This is a great hack. But i've a problem with blog. This hack hasn't Vbulletin Blog Support. Will you add this support to newer version ? soon ?
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