XF 1.0 File Upload and Image Placement Using Quick Reply

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Grover

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I think I just fell in love with an image upload feature...
I feel in love with the whole XenForo package, just after a few days. I mean, isn't it just amazing? Better have this feeling then spending the last 8 months over at vBulletin feeling (almost) nothing but frustration, irritation, anger, disappointment, de-motivation (should I go on?) and doubt. Glad to see you like this as well, you seemed to be one of the few vBulletin 'promoters' left over there?
 

erich37

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so how to zoom in into a pic, as shown on Kiers video ?
I can not see this effect on the pics posted here.....
 

Anthony Parsons

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Glad to see you like this as well, you seemed to be one of the few vBulletin 'promoters' left over there?
I tend to find myself more impartial to all the politics of these entities, and instead just go with my own experience and then what I retrieve via user feedback. I actually like IPB, VB and xenforo... I think they all have their unique niceties... If all 3 could play nice together and develop the one outcome... wow... would users just win win!!!
 

chousho

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Yes... that full size image aspects needs to set a maximum for the screen being viewed upon I think. That is a bit silly it just going insane.
By this do you mean check if the height and width are greater than $x and $y, then automatically use the thumbnail, or just link? Or do you mean it in some other way?
 

Onimua

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By this do you mean check if the height and width are greater than $x and $y, then automatically use the thumbnail, or just link? Or do you mean it in some other way?
Defaulting to a thumbnail would be nice, lest the bug just gets fixed instead and it works properly.


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We did anyway... Um... not that I would know what happened to them, I swear.
 

Wired

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Kier: Screw coding. You should go into narrating documentaries / sex ed videos :)
Mike: Philly accent, but from the UK? Mkay... BTW, we say it as wudder, not wuder :)

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That just made my sig lol!
 

Anthony Parsons

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By this do you mean check if the height and width are greater than $x and $y, then automatically use the thumbnail, or just link? Or do you mean it in some other way?
What I mean is that an image posted inline to what this specific style I would take at around the 960px standard fixed width design, then when clicking on the image it should not break out to the right side in full size, but instead either open in an ajax window automatically scaled to the first boundary for resolution it hits, or open in a new tab. Something better than clicking it and it breaking out the right side of the design... how???
 
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