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Images Wont Crop

Thread began 4/20/2010 2:36 pm by tonygmg362159 | Last modified 4/21/2010 6:32 pm by tonygmg362159 | 847 views | 2 replies |


Images Wont Crop

I am trying to set a dimension in what I want the image sizes to be in the grid_fullsize gallery and in the index page i am changing the line with this code

$gallery = get_gallery(get_mediarss_url('gallery=' . $pg_id . '&thumb=62c&full=782p'));

If i set that to anything less than it is at the moment my images wont display at all?

does anyone have any idea's?

A page can be seen here at the moment the image is larger than the gallery


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when images are uploaded, they are resized based on the settings in the admin/common/properties.php file.

there are two types of images settings, proportional an cropped. the sizes for these are set in the following arrays:

$GLOBALS['resize_proportional'] = array(
array('w' => 1024, 'h' => 768, 'watermark' => true),
array('w' => 782, 'h' => 481, 'watermark' => true),
array('w' => 163, 'h' => 92)
$GLOBALS['resize_cropped'] = array(
array('w' => 62, 'h' => 62),
array('w' => 132, 'h' => 140),
array('w' => 102, 'h' => 102),
array('w' => 42, 'h' => 42),
array('w' => 782, 'h' => 481, 'watermark' => true),
array('w' => 999, 'h' => 260, 'watermark' => true)

if you wish to use a different image size, you will need to add it to these arrays, then re import your images.

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Thanks again Jason worked fine once i changed the global file. Makes me feel like a right gorm now!!

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