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manutdvn 31 Jul 2010 16:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by haidm (Post 2076671)
Must refresh after edit post to resize image in 4.0.5.

Did it work in quote post?

Robbed 02 Aug 2010 01:39

Quote:

Originally Posted by voglermc (Post 2074226)
Please provide detail in how to do this.

StyleVars >> Postbit >> postbit content max image width

I had to set it to a high number for this hack to work.

sarangan 03 Aug 2010 00:08

You forgot to change version number in current xml file:

<version>1.0.1</version>
Change it to

1.0.2

manofphat 04 Aug 2010 01:14

I know this probably isn't an issue with this product itself but whenever an image is enlarged on my forum that's bigger then the viewable dimensions of the forum I get a vertical scrollbar at the bottom of the post instead of the image stretching the forum. Any suggestions?

Ryan. 04 Aug 2010 11:51

Quote:

Originally Posted by manofphat (Post 2078837)
I know this probably isn't an issue with this product itself but whenever an image is enlarged on my forum that's bigger then the viewable dimensions of the forum I get a vertical scrollbar at the bottom of the post instead of the image stretching the forum. Any suggestions?

This is happening to me now too, but only since upgrading to 4.0.5.

Any idea how to make it go back to just regular enlarging, and not making it enlarge inside the table itself and making the horizontal scroll bar appear?

Ryan. 04 Aug 2010 11:54

Oh and yeah, if you go to "go advanced" or quote them, it doesn't work. But that isn't of major concern to me.

sticky 08 Aug 2010 15:04

Could I get this to resize by max % instead of pixels?

Ohiocustoms 10 Aug 2010 00:37

Any chance of adding an option to open with lightbox?

racingsolution 10 Aug 2010 01:31

This didn't resize pics I have in posts displayed in vbAdvanced..

also on the resize phrase, it says "Resigzed Image"

LordVader 10 Aug 2010 06:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by pant (Post 2059998)
Using the style var method but set to 100% of users width works a charm.


Thanks for that.

I messed around with this for a while & then i saw your post.


I uninstalled this plug-in & edited the stylevars file to display %100 & all the pictures on my forum display perfectly in different resolutions.


Also, if you want to see the picture in its original size when using the new built in vbulletin image resizing, simply Right Click On The Picture & Select ( View Image )


I hope that helps some of you
:)

Will.
:)

Ryan. 13 Aug 2010 13:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ryan. (Post 2079038)
This is happening to me now too, but only since upgrading to 4.0.5.

Any idea how to make it go back to just regular enlarging, and not making it enlarge inside the table itself and making the horizontal scroll bar appear?

This seems to no longer be happening with 4.0.6, it's back to normal. :)

sross 15 Aug 2010 02:01

working on 4.0.5 i just had to make sure my stylevar resize did not interfere with the resizer setting. so i had stylevar resize at 550px and resizer at 550px and it failed

D19RNY 15 Aug 2010 02:52

It keeps telling me - To enable or disable this hack use product manager.

sticky 18 Aug 2010 10:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by LordVader (Post 2081618)

Thanks for that.

I messed around with this for a while & then i saw your post.


I uninstalled this plug-in & edited the stylevars file to display %100 & all the pictures on my forum display perfectly in different resolutions.


Also, if you want to see the picture in its original size when using the new built in vbulletin image resizing, simply Right Click On The Picture & Select ( View Image )


I hope that helps some of you
:)

Will.
:)

Would you please explain how to edit the file to show 100% so it works for all resolutions?

der_darkon 18 Aug 2010 20:04

I followed the instructions in http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showp...8&postcount=46 and it just wont work in the CMS. :(

Anyone got this hack to work on vB 4.0.6 in the CMS?


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