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XF 1.2 Avatar not resizing correctly

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Problems' started by John007, Nov 26, 2013.

  1. John007

    John007 Active Member

    I have just swapped from GD Lib to Imagemagick and having issues with the avatars

    with gd lib the avatars resized fine, but with imagemagick you can see the issue below

    Screen Shot 2013-11-26 at 1.54.38 PM.png
     
  2. John007

    John007 Active Member

    anyone?
     
  3. Jeremy

    Jeremy XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    What is the link to your website?
     
  4. John007

    John007 Active Member

    bit.ly/1aCFb2j
     
  5. John007

    John007 Active Member

    anyone??
     
  6. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    I can not reproduce the error you are experiencing.

    I visited your site, viewed several dozen profiles, registered on your site and uploaded a photo that was larger than life (max allowed) for my avatar, but everything seemed to work. I could not find any errors in firebug and your site loads fairly quickly.

    So the good news is it's not something with your site, per say ... (I like to make sure).

    What OS are you using, version of php, mysql, and version of Imagemagick and php-magic ? Is this apache, lite speed, or nginx? And finally what type of hosting ... ie... shared, shared plus, reseller, vps, dedicated ?
     
  7. John007

    John007 Active Member

    You can not reproduce the same error because i just swapped back to GD Lib.

    Its ok ill just stick to using GD Lib now :)
     
  8. Adam Howard

    Adam Howard Well-Known Member

    I understood that, but as I said in the post above.... I like to make sure first.

    Back to my original questions.....

    What OS are you using, version of php, mysql, and version of Imagemagick and php-magic ?
    Is this apache, lite speed, or nginx?
    And finally what type of hosting ... ie... shared, shared plus, reseller, vps, dedicated ?
     

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