Everything seemed to be working fine with my gallery until I deleted an image (that's all I can think of happening before this issue), now I cannot expand the large display image to see the original and I am getting these errors:
Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) my-url/gallery/clientscript/vbulletin_textedit.js?v=420
Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (Not Found) my-url/gallery/clientscript/ckeditor/ckeditor.js?t=A7HG4HT&v=420
Uncaught ReferenceError: vB_Text_Editor is not defined showimage.php:798
Firing System Init vbulletin-core.js:11
Fire vB_XHTML_Ready vbulletin-core.js:11
Fetch Cookie :: vbulletin_collapse = '' vbulletin-core.js:11
Fetch Cookie :: showimage_sidebar_collapse (null) vbulletin-core.js:11
Okay and you see these errors when deleting an image. Is this when editing and deleting or using the quick delete?
The problem is, I was able to click on the .vbgbigimg images that I have set at 640px and they would expand to the original image size of 1024px. Now the image(s) will not expand and the only thing I can think of that happened recently was that I deleted an image. Also, before the border around the images was the same as my link color, now it is a different color (a dark grey color).
I see those errors when I inspect the element with Google Chrome.
That is a clean test setup not seening any errors clicking an image so please tell me what I am missing?
That setup is the same as mine was until yesterday. Notice when you place the cursor over the image it goes from a pointer to a hand and the [+] Larger Image in the upper right, I no longer have that functionality and I did not change any settings to make it go away.
An example. Edit: Link removed (by me - PaulK), problem fixed.
Last edited by PaulK; June 25th, 2012 at 08:27 PM.
The link your posting shows there is NO LARGE IMAGE therefore there is no issue that I see
Did you change any image settings like whether to save originals or filesizes?
Look at my image and you see it is being shown at 400 or so and in parentheses it has the image size of the true image is 1024. Yours has no large image because the actual image is 640 pixels the image that is shown.