Request auto image resizer
#11
If you don't have access to the PHP fopen wrapper, you'll have to turn on the overide option. The .htaccess file should be loaded to the resizer_class folder if going that route.
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#12
Plugin works on my forum, but in ACP I have this error:
Quote:Warning [2] Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /..../public_html/inc/plugins/imageresizer_gd.php:1) - Line: 48 - File: admin/index.php PHP 5.2.5 (Linux)
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#13
This user has been denied support. This user has been denied support.
(2008-08-10, 02:45 AM)mtjo Wrote: If you don't have access to the PHP fopen wrapper, you'll have to turn on the overide option. The .htaccess file should be loaded to the resizer_class folder if going that route.

I tried it on both settings and no luck.
Will keep trying though. I really want this one to work.
My favorite plugin.
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#14
As far as the header errors, in the ACP, go to Server and Optimization Options and set Error Type Medium to "errors". I am going to have to figure a way to send the image headers w/o the warning.
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#15
There are/were four white spaces in front of <?php
Thats cause it was throwing the header warning.
Try the attached file;


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#16
i have this issue when i use the align center code with the image


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#17
I have submitted a fixed version now and while it is waiting validation, you can download it below. LeX pointed out the header issue and I used some Prototype functions to get rid of a couple of loops. The center and right align issue is also resolved. It tests good in FF, Opera9, Safari 3 and IE7.

http://opensourcepartners.net/dev/imageresizerGD.zip
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#18
thanks men, woks great!!!

a little issue, when i upload the resizer_class.php , the plugin manager don't work Sad , i only upload the imageresizer_gd.php and all works great
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#19
Where it is possible to chance the position of the textbar?
I need this info on top of the resized picture...
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#20
Open imageresizer_gd.php and look for line 288.

Replace:
'parent.insertBefore( warning, img[i].nextSibling );' . "\n";

With:
'parent.insertBefore( warning, img[i] );' . "\n";
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