1. why are u using displayimage..??
displayimage is only used to watermark images on the fly..
but when I look at http://pokegym.net/gallery/files/9/1...-25_249801.jpg
it seems to be watermarked permanently allready so does not need to be watermarked a second time on the fly..
does the problem persist if you turn watermark off?
I meen if you do not watermark the files (or watermark permanently)
then you would NOT be using displayimage AND we could see if the files exist.
2. check your filetype settings (acp->vbgallery->edit filetypes):
As a general rule:
max width should be the same as max height
AND min width & height should be smaller than that value. Example:
max width and height both set to 300
IF you upload an image that is bigger than 300px height or bigger than 300px width (example 350px wide and 250 px high)
you will have an original 350x250
a normal image about 300x20x
and a thumbnail but
if you upload an image that is 299x200
You will NOT have an original.. as the image is smaller than 300
it will not be resized.
so you have :
normal image 299x200
you say you have set max width to 155
then you must have set max height to something different.. or left it empty
this can give unpredicted results depending on the image itself.
what it does.. it first checks if upload image is wider than maxwidth..
if not, it does nothing..
then it checks if is higher than max height.. if yes.. it will resize.. if no it does nothing..
so depending on what you have set as max height, it will only resize images that are wider than 155 px
1. turn watermark off (remove the filename from the field in acp)
we will then be able to see what the files look like.. (if they exist etc)
2. set your filetype to max width = max height and regenerate normal images (for that cat only) I would suggest you use a small cat to run tests.. so that you will not have to regenerate hundreds of images...