I have the following problem, I don't want people to be limit at the picture resolution, they want to upload, but I can figure it ou, hw to set up the gallery, that these images don't destroy my layout.
Resize does not work for me. My perfect setup would be:
- no limitation at upload
- crating preview as normal
- creating image display image with a limitation in bright
- backing up original image
Is this possible? And if it is, how to setup ?
Your limited to the settings in the program. You can define maximum resolutions under edit filetypes. I beleive in your showimage settings you setup the maximum original size and or maximum size to display on that script. You must turn on obviously the save original image to have that separate image.
Sorry, but I don't get it.
Some things I do not understand:
Can you advise me, step by step how to setup my gallery, to ensure following requirements:
- no size limit at upload
- save original file
- no destroyed layout at the view image site (maximum width 800)
- clicking on the resized image, opens original image in new windows
Thx in advanced.
The value has to be higher than the filetypes setting otherwise there is no need for original iimage that is what your not understanding here.
You can not just not limit anything and expect it to not destroy your layout because you are the one allowing the 2000 pixel image to display.
I would need to see how you have things setup to see where your going wrong. I do not understand why you are having a problem with translation as we only release the software in english but at any rate I might be able to see what your issue is once you send us a url and admin login through the contact us link.
Ok, one last question, before sending you the login.
You missunderstood me, I want to limit the pixel size of the images, but not the upload itself. There are many users, who don't know how to make images smaller, so they won't upload any images, because it is to difficult for them.
My understanding at this point is:
data type setting: jpg, height max: 1200, width max: 800, size max: 1mb, Resize Original Image: 1300
User tries to upload a 1400x1400 image, size 1,2 mb: upload denied cause of not matching data type size rules
User tries to upload a 1200x800 image, size 1,2 mb: upload denied cause of not matching data type size rules
User tries to upload a 800x600 image, size 1mb, upload success, no need of reize
User tries to upload a 1300x800 image, size 0.8mb, upload denied (too big)
So where is the usage of zesize. I want the user to upload at size of his choice and resize it, to my design and the original image saved (for special popup display).
So where is my mistake ?
what do you mean denied what is the message you get? That is what your not providing. That is like saying I can not upload help. I need to know precisely your issue.
If an image is above the max dimensions the image processor should resize it down that is why there are max dimensions specified. The only thing I know of that denies the file would be maybe you are denying uploads larger than say as example 500kb. That is what you do not want to do. Your max filesize should be whatever your PHP max upload filesize is.
Filesize and dimensions are two separate things.
Ok, got it now. Totally missunderstood the file type settings. At the gallery I used before (some mod for wbb) it was used as pure limitation. So thank you for your help. Everything is working perfect now.
ah okay glad to help.
Pretty much figured you where mixing something up which is why I wanted to look at your settings. ;)
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