Discussion in 'Test Forum' started by FanJ, May 10, 2014.
Above was done using the "Full Image" option.
And now using the "Thumbnail" option:
See (and below pic is again using the "Full Image" option):
The Help-file can be found here:
For uploading attachments, see:
Some questions for LowWaterMark.
When (and how) shows an uploaded pic like the following one (just an example):
(in thread http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/powertool-anti-rootkit-updates.363656/ )
Is there a maximum size for uploading pics? I know there is a maximum for the amount of kb's. But is there a maximum for the size left-to-right so you don't blow up the margins? And what happens if you do? I am just curious.
I'm not sure I understand the first question. The post you referenced was just one where an attachment was added, but, did not include the tags used to place it within the post. So, it appeared at the end of the post instead. And, since the attachment had fairly large dimensions, it was shown as a small thumbnail. That's fairly normal.
As for size (image dimensions) I don't think there is any specific limit to that. It is possible to upload images that are too big for the page width.
OK, thank you.
I was just curious under which condition(s) an attached image is showing like in my screenshot in reply # 4. It must be related to the new board software, because I haven't seen it like that at the old board. Maybe it is just me.
From your post I understand that it can be triggered to show up in that way because of any combination of:
(1) no tags were used to place it within the post, so it was placed at the end of the post;
(2) the size (dimensions) were too large, so the board software automatically makes it a thumbnail.
No big deal at all of course, I was just trying to understand it. (and maybe it could help others too).
My screenie in Post #3 here http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/powertool-anti-rootkit-updates.363656 looked strange !
My screenie you showed above in Post #4 I "think" was not placed by me, but i let the forum software place it. Also it wasn't too large & got auto resized, but it was auto made into a Thumbs by the forum.
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