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Images no longer resized for members.

Mikey

Well-known member
#1
Example is this thread. http://remixforumz.com/threads/how-this-forum-works.2869/#post-4870

When I am logged in as a member, the image is not resized. (log in with user -test-, and password password), when I am logged out, the image is resized.

Not sure what's causing it, I figure it's probably not a bug as here on xenforo.com are likely running rc1 (or above) and I dont get this issue here, so I've posted it here.

It's an attached image, should be auto resized, or is that an option i have to set?

Any help is welcome :p
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#2
The image is showing as a thumbnail for me when logged out and outside the forum width when logged in.

Check for outdated templates and revert them.
 

Mikey

Well-known member
#3
The image is showing as a thumbnail for me when logged out and outside the forum width when logged in.

Check for outdated templates and revert them.
Yeah, I see thread_view is "outdated", I think I have lots of customisation in that template though, oh well, will back up and see if I can reapply.

Thanks, lets see if this fixes it :) I looked in the js templates like last time this happened but eh, they're all up to date, so hopefully this is it.
 

Mikey

Well-known member
#4
Nope, not fixed it, doesnt seem to have made any change, I swear I had edits in those templates though. I reverted anything related to the thread view. The only other templates I have customised are .css and they show as outdated, and I definitely dont want to revert those for fear of losing numerous edits.

 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#5
It's css which controls the image resizing - specifically the bbCodeImage class.

You will need to revert all outdated templates otherwise the software won't function correctly.
 

Mikey

Well-known member
#8
yep, turned out it was something in my parent style of my default style.. (just.. dont ask.. >_>) which was breaking a lot of things, glad I "bit the bullet" and reverted the templates, it's slightly annoying having to 'rebuild' parts using just CSS in extra.css, but I'm doing things better now so it's all good :)

Thanks for the help, Brogan. :)
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#9
Using EXTRA.css will pay dividends in the long run.

I had no templates to revert at all from Beta 6 to RC 1 - took me all of 5 minutes to upgrade :)