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create thumbnails of images previously posted on the server

Thread began 1/26/2010 1:18 am by info308227 | Last modified 1/26/2010 11:54 am by info308227 | 1283 views | 2 replies

Dani Chankhour

Digital File Pro will not be able to create thumbs of images that are already on your server, but you might want to think about using our PowerGallery Solution Pack which loads images from a folder on your server and create a thumbnail for each of the image.

Here is a link to the demo:

although you might not use all the features in powergallery, but it should help in creating those thumbnails.

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