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https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=237650

Alan_SP 19 Mar 2013 15:24

And do what with this info?

This mod resizes pictures visually, not actually. If you know that image is 100MB, it still needs to be downloaded completely before this mod could do anything about it.

Please, try to understand what this mod actually does. So, it would be possible that this mod blacks image so big, but user already downloaded it down, spending his bandwidth in the process.

Managing such big images is job for moderators.

Dwarden 20 Mar 2013 03:01

I was just asking if it's possible, I guess I would need to figure other automated solution (on forum side ofcourse)

Alan_SP 20 Mar 2013 22:46

AFAIK, there's none. But, in case you found out one (it's never good to say anyone that something is impossible, because, he may found out way to solve even impossible problems :)), please notify me also. :)

cliff p. 26 Mar 2013 10:20

Mod has been working fine without issue, however I do have a request from my userbase...

They'd like that when the image is clicked to enlarge, that it actually enlarges to actual size, and isn't limited by the window size. For instance, there are some images for testing that are 5xxx pixels wide (photo-stitched), however when clicked to enlarge only show as 15xx pixels wide. The plug-in reports the correct image size, however.

Thanks.

sadiq6210 26 Mar 2013 10:48

Quote:

Originally Posted by cliff p. (Post 2412348)
Mod has been working fine without issue, however I do have a request from my userbase...

They'd like that when the image is clicked to enlarge, that it actually enlarges to actual size, and isn't limited by the window size. For instance, there are some images for testing that are 5xxx pixels wide (photo-stitched), however when clicked to enlarge only show as 15xx pixels wide. The plug-in reports the correct image size, however.

Thanks.

You can set the option to (open in new window) so when the image is clicked to enlarge it will be opened in new window with full size.

Seven Skins 26 Mar 2013 12:25

Quote:

Originally Posted by cliff p. (Post 2412348)
Mod has been working fine without issue, however I do have a request from my userbase...

They'd like that when the image is clicked to enlarge, that it actually enlarges to actual size, and isn't limited by the window size. For instance, there are some images for testing that are 5xxx pixels wide (photo-stitched), however when clicked to enlarge only show as 15xx pixels wide. The plug-in reports the correct image size, however.

Thanks.

That is due to the code/design of vbulletin, they changed this long time ago.

Quote:

Originally Posted by sadiq6210 (Post 2412349)
You can set the option to (open in new window) so when the image is clicked to enlarge it will be opened in new window with full size.

As Sadiq says this is the best option.

Dwarden 28 Mar 2013 10:43

Quote:

Originally Posted by Alan_SP (Post 2411275)
AFAIK, there's none. But, in case you found out one (it's never good to say anyone that something is impossible, because, he may found out way to solve even impossible problems :)), please notify me also. :)

there is this one
Maximum Embedded Image (File) Size Restriction by BOP5
http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showthread.php?t=281601

it does work quite often, yet not always

Alan_SP 28 Mar 2013 20:16

Thanks for your info. Good to know.

ugur73 20 Apr 2013 22:05

How to fixed this validation error?

Block Disabled:      (Update License Status)  
Suspended or Unlicensed Members Cannot View Code.


edgeless 06 May 2013 17:40

Hello,

The resizer works on v4.2.0 but for some reason the images shown within a new window do not render in their original sizes. If the actual image is larger then the in-post display setting value (currently set to 500px) then the new window image is the same size as the re-sized in-post image, or in some cases smaller. That is, with a setting of 500px, the images larger than 500px do not seem to display in the new window above that size. But the re-sizer works great for keeping the images at or below a particular size within the posts - it's just that no one can click the bar to see an image in its actual size. Any ideas as to why?

Seven Skins 07 May 2013 10:26

There may be a conflict with other javascripts on your site.
If you give me the link to the thread then may be I can help you.

You can this hack working fine here: http://www.atoztalk.com/threads/2483...D-Wallpapers-I

Cybeth 23 May 2013 03:06

vB 4.2.1 problems with Quick reply.

fassy4u 23 May 2013 08:10

i just watching for change the attach folder location :(

Nano_ 06 Jun 2013 04:48

Edit: It's my fault. Nothing related to plugin.

Thanks djbaxter. :)

djbaxter 06 Jun 2013 05:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Nano_ (Post 2426047)
Google marks one of my sites as Pishing 'cause your plugin:

I disabled the plugin for now.

The problem is the image on your site, not the plugin. Look again at that warning message. Where is that image posted? Delete it.


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