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Old 30 Nov 2010, 15:33
denman75 denman75 is offline
 
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resize bug stil here

really getting frustrated
since where on a fasttrack to again a new version
template changes, bugs,workaround, on a pace ,faster than cockroaches multiply
You can change the image size in the WYSIWYG editor , it's not saving it for one bit
noticed its already exists since the very beginning of the editor, vB 3.0
http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/project.php?issueid=2311
why is this not solved ? seems to me that u are trying to develop lots of new features here
but not really solving the old problems ? if u want to be on the fast track to develop things make a working image resize mod ,thats something we really need in a forum or cms

fyi there are lots of users that dont like the mobile apps or the customize profile gadgets showoff. cant u lot make a version without this stuff in bedded in it ?
and focus on the image bug and other bugs?

i had a amazingly stable 3.8 board everything worked great (exception image resize) .
but since the 4 series its bug after bug ,i wish i could undo it again
waste of my money for sure .
sorry but i really want to blow some steam here and i really really considering to change software ,since i have the impression that its all about new features and we dont care about our customers mentality

sry for my bad language i used a translator!
im not intended to offend anybody
but this aint vb that i recognize from the 3 series
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Old 30 Nov 2010, 16:14
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That 'bug' isn't going to be solved. It's listed as out-of-scope and closed. It wasn't ever a bug to begin with. This has nothing to do with the size of images in posts. It has to do with using the drag 'boxes' in the editor and getting the image to resize via those which was never in the coding to begin with. The images get resized by you clicking on the edit pencil which works.
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Old 30 Nov 2010, 19:19
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Originally Posted by Lynne View Post
That 'bug' isn't going to be solved. It's listed as out-of-scope and closed. It wasn't ever a bug to begin with. This has nothing to do with the size of images in posts. It has to do with using the drag 'boxes' in the editor and getting the image to resize via those which was never in the coding to begin with. The images get resized by you clicking on the edit pencil which works.

its not working, simply there is no edit pencil in the WYSIWYG editor
there is one edit pencil on the CMS page ,but it got nothing to do with the size
it just takes u to the edit page
where u can change the size if u set the markers but its not doing anything
if its not working why are the markers there ?
sorry for my tantrum ,but it was always working fine before the version of hell showed up
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Old 30 Nov 2010, 19:52
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It's hard for me to know why it isn't working. You click the edit pencil over the image and then you can set the size. Those sizes are defined by the stylevars, I believe, unless you have something else interfering with that. Those 'markers' are from your browser. Moving them around will not change the size of the image. You need to click on the edit pencil for the image.

If you are having problems with the default vb code, you should be posting over on vb.com for help.
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