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Image Resizer
Mod Version: 1.0.2, by Jase2 (Member) Jase2 is offline
Developer Last Online: Jun 2009 I like it Show Printable Version Email this Page

This modification is in the archives.
vB Version: 3.7.2 Rating: (80 votes - 4.79 average) Installs: 1253
Released: 18 Apr 2008 Last Update: 18 Apr 2008 Downloads: 7711
Not Supported DB Changes Uses Plugins Template Edits Additional Files Translations  

Modfication Unsupported: This modfication is now unsupported, due to lack of time to work on it. However, TCattitude has continued development and added many cool NEW features. You can see the updated version here: http://www.vbulletin.org/forum/showt...=Image+Resizer

Image resizer for vBulletin version 3.6 and 3.7.
version: 1.0.2

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What is this?
This resizes images in post that are bigger than the set dimensions in your AdminCP options. It also adds an information bar (which is not displayed when the image isn't resized) giving information about the original dimensions and filesize. Filesize is only supported on Internet Explorer, other browsers don't reveal this information through javascript.

Configuration
Please read the included readme.html

A big thanks to Spleasure, who actually created this product. He has given me the rights to the code, so I will be keeping it going for future versions, fixing any bugs, and adding new features.

Thanks, and Enjoy.

Please report bugs, or feature requests into this thread.

Thank you.

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  #136  
Old 30 Apr 2008, 17:14
Charlie98902 Charlie98902 is offline
 
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In what folder do I upload the js file to on the server?

Thanks in advance.
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  #137  
Old 30 Apr 2008, 18:17
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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/clientscript.
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  #138  
Old 30 Apr 2008, 19:43
Charlie98902 Charlie98902 is offline
 
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Thank you I overlooked that folder.
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  #139  
Old 01 May 2008, 00:54
johnny713 johnny713 is offline
 
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How come mine don't work? I upload the js file to clienscript folder, then I import the xml file through the Manage Products. Then I went to Image Resizer Option in the Vbulletin Option and ENABLE it. But my doesn't resize like the demo your had. Did I miss any step? What is wrong with mine? I use Vbulletin 3.6.5, it should be working right?

Screen Shot:
http://i29.tinypic.com/2gsoh1d.jpg
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  #140  
Old 01 May 2008, 11:25
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bongwater bongwater is offline
 
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is it possible to change the background color and font color of the image bar? We have a dark forum and would like to modify the color of this, if it is possible.

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  #141  
Old 01 May 2008, 15:40
hawkeye1 hawkeye1 is offline
 
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Little confused. Does this resize an image that a user has posted in a thread using [img] tags getting the image from another server. If so its what I need. thanks
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  #142  
Old 01 May 2008, 18:37
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tmiland tmiland is offline
 
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Originally Posted by bongwater View Post
is it possible to change the background color and font color of the image bar? We have a dark forum and would like to modify the color of this, if it is possible.
That is possible

In template "ncode_imageresizer_headinclude"
change:

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To whatever fits your style

It might look different for you, since i have modified it for my style (default).

*edit*
Originally Posted by hawkeye1 View Post
Little confused. Does this resize an image that a user has posted in a thread using [img] tags getting the image from another server. If so its what I need. thanks
That is correct, this would be just what you need!
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  #143  
Old 02 May 2008, 04:34
gim gim is offline
 
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Thumbs up

GREAT!

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  #144  
Old 02 May 2008, 10:07
Zweeper Zweeper is offline
 
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Originally Posted by KURTZ View Post
OK, just installed ... works like a charm ...

anyway Jason you don't have fixed the profile 'issue' ... check the attachment ...
someone fixed this problem?
or when is the next release comming?
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  #145  
Old 02 May 2008, 13:36
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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I'm working on a new version. I really don't want to rush a new version out. I want to take many feature requests, and implement the best ones.

The userCP options can be tricky, as they are phrases. So, I'm working on a workaround for the <fieldset class="fieldset">
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  #146  
Old 02 May 2008, 14:05
Zweeper Zweeper is offline
 
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okay, well, im awaiting the new release
good job so far
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  #147  
Old 04 May 2008, 01:30
furst furst is offline
 
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Anyone figured out a way to get this to work in user albums yet?
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  #148  
Old 04 May 2008, 02:05
brendanc brendanc is offline
 
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Working great on my forums. I'm only using this for threads... and it works flawlessly in Firefox too.
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  #149  
Old 04 May 2008, 06:28
q8manar q8manar is offline
 
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Real name: Ahmad
problem with vb 3.7.0

the product made the IE close after one minutes , it gave me messegae the IE has accured problem and it close..
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  #150  
Old 04 May 2008, 19:16
Jase2 Jase2 is offline
 
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q8manar, not getting that error here. Are you sure it isn't another hack?
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