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#16 2012-04-28 20:34:01

mersey
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Re: Larger thumbnails

 

#17 2012-04-28 21:18:54

mistic100
Former Piwigo Team
Lyon (FR)
2008-09-27
3271

Re: Larger thumbnails

well at least the method given by plg should work

plg wrote:

1) go to screen [Administration > Photos > Batch Manager]
2) in the Filter section, remove all filter and add the predefined filter "All"
3) in the Filter section, click on the Refresh photo set button
4) in the Selection section, click the Select [...] The whole set link
5) in the Action section, select Regenerate Thumbnails and change the settings the way you want
6) in the Action section, click on the Apply action button
7) look at the progress bar and wait

are you sure you did it correctly ? you seam to have many photos, the process should take some minutes

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#18 2012-04-28 22:05:30

theblackpig
Member
nr Manchester UK
2012-04-20
26

Re: Larger thumbnails

Hi ,
     I would like larger thumbnails as well.
  I'm using the latest version of Piwigo - Grum dark 11 and have the local files editor installed.

www.wallpapers4linux.com

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#19 2012-04-28 22:34:15

mersey
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Re: Larger thumbnails

mistic100 wrote:

well at least the method given by plg should work

plg wrote:

1) go to screen [Administration > Photos > Batch Manager]
2) in the Filter section, remove all filter and add the predefined filter "All"
3) in the Filter section, click on the Refresh photo set button
4) in the Selection section, click the Select [...] The whole set link
5) in the Action section, select Regenerate Thumbnails and change the settings the way you want
6) in the Action section, click on the Apply action button
7) look at the progress bar and wait

are you sure you did it correctly ? you seam to have many photos, the process should take some minutes

Done everything as above ...but no progress bar!!!!!

 

#20 2012-04-29 15:07:51

mersey
Guest

Re: Larger thumbnails

mersey wrote:

mistic100 wrote:

well at least the method given by plg should work

plg wrote:

1) go to screen [Administration > Photos > Batch Manager]
2) in the Filter section, remove all filter and add the predefined filter "All"
3) in the Filter section, click on the Refresh photo set button
4) in the Selection section, click the Select [...] The whole set link
5) in the Action section, select Regenerate Thumbnails and change the settings the way you want
6) in the Action section, click on the Apply action button
7) look at the progress bar and wait

are you sure you did it correctly ? you seam to have many photos, the process should take some minutes

Done everything as above ...but no progress bar!!!!!

progress bar just takes about a couple of seconds then everythings as before!!!!!

 

#21 2012-04-29 15:19:27

locopage
Member
2012-04-27
48

Re: Larger thumbnails

Go to Albums > Manage

List of albums and on right hand end pick "manage album photos"

Then "select whole set"

Go to "Action" bottom of screen and pick "regenerate thumbnails" and you can then select the new size you want

Then "apply action"

Once done, "refesh" your gallery and should be done

Good luck

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#22 2012-04-29 17:43:51

mersey
Guest

Re: Larger thumbnails

ok regenerated thumbs, had to download g chrome ,,i believe you have to use some code now to realign the box
Thank You
Al
www.shipsofthemersey.me.uk

 

#23 2012-05-03 10:25:54

ukash
Member
2012-05-03
2

Re: Larger thumbnails

i search it and i find here this problem....

I like this web site because so much useful stuff on here

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