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 Post subject: popup is shrunk ?
PostPosted: 6. Mar 2006, 02:25 
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Huh ? I have tried just about every switch, and I can not figure it out: If I click a "small" picture, I get a popup. so far so good. But... the popup does not show the original image, it shows a shrunken version ? (the page title reads "host - picture - original size - 55%"). Me lost :oops:


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PostPosted: 6. Mar 2006, 11:01 
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Hi,

But the image is still displayed on almost the whole screen?

That is how it should work! If an image is bigger than the screen resolution I generate the popup as big as possible and show the original image in this popup - i you right click and save the image you will get the original image!

/michael


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PostPosted: 6. Apr 2006, 14:12 
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actually, things are getting stranger and stranger:

I click on a thumbnail, the picture is on the next screen with size: 533x400. I click on the picture, a popup opens with the picture at size 400x300 !?


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PostPosted: 6. Apr 2006, 14:16 
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What is the original resolution ? The images on the image screen are enlarged if they are too small - there is a switch in the config to disable this!

check in info about the real resolution.

/Michael


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PostPosted: 8. Apr 2006, 14:48 
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TinyWebGallery wrote:
The images on the image screen are enlarged if they are too small - there is a switch in the config to disable this!


Rhaa ! sigh. :lol: "there is a switch"... My dear friend, there are 500 switches :wink:

$resize_only_if_too_small=false;
$resize_only_if_too_big=true;

setting both tyo false leaves the picures resized (ie larger) on the main screen ?

ok: Ahum. sigh some more: deleted the cache dir, working now
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Not 500 - but almost :) - but don'T worry I really don't want new switches anymore ....

$resize_only_if_too_big=true is o.k.

the oher switch is related to dynamic backgrounds and should only interest you if you use this. (html cannot resize a background image - TWG can :) ).

Have fun testing the other 499 switches :) (but you don't have to change all of them :) ).

/Michael


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 Post subject: Re: popup is shrunk ?
PostPosted: 12. May 2011, 22:18 
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Hi, sorry for waking this thread up again.
I want my pictures to be in the original size in the popup, no matter if the viewer has to scroll, but shrunk to a viewable size in the normal view.
How do I do that?
I messed around a little with the switches in the config menu, but it never turned out the way i like it.

Cheers petric


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 Post subject: Re: popup is shrunk ?
PostPosted: 12. May 2011, 22:25 
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There is no option for this.

If you like this you have to simply use the option to open the image in the browser.

Best, Michael


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 Post subject: Re: popup is shrunk ?
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If you like this you have to simply use the option to open the image in the browser.


what option is this?


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 Post subject: Re: popup is shrunk ?
PostPosted: 14. Jan 2012, 23:21 
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I think you found it in the other thread ;).

- Michael


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