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01/23/04 04:37 AM
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Paulus Offline OP
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I don't allow "url" avatars, but for moderators I want to make an exception. So when I assign a "url" avatar to a moderator, I turn the option on, edit the profile and put the option off again. The size of the avatar sometimes is not correct; Have a look at the avatar in this topic. The avatar is 80 x 53, you can see that if you go directly to the url , but the displayed size is 48 x 48.

I have following settings:

If allowing users to add pictures, what is the maximum width allowed: 90


If allowing users to add pictures, what is the maximum height allowed: 90

I read somewhere that the bug of size display has been solved; am I doing something wrong??

Thanks for any help,

Paulus

Re: Avatar #39281
01/23/04 05:22 AM
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It doesn't read the actual avatar size unless you use the Upload avatar function. If you just provide a URL, it'll use former dimentions if it has them, or the default if you don't.

You can adjust the size for the user with this SQL command:

UPDATE w3t_Users
SET U_PicHeight = 'xxx',
U_PicWidth = 'yyy'
WHERE U_Username = 'zzzzzzzzzz'

Hope that helps. <img src="https://www.ubbcentral.com/boards/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Avatar #39282
01/23/04 06:27 AM
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Paulus Offline OP
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What do you mean by "former dimensions" And the deafult is 90 x 90, so thta's not it.. Suddenly it resizes the image to 48 x 48. I don't want to use the "upload avatar" option, because I don't want all users to use this avatar. Would't it be logical

Re: Avatar #39283
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I'm saying it remembers the former avatar dimentions and the database doesn't get updated if you don't "upload" an avatar or pick a stock avatar. So it uses whatever size it has for that user in the database.

48x48 seems like the dimention to a "stock avatar". So if you change from a stock avatar to one you're just linking to, you'll need to override the dimentions.

You need to run that query I posted to adjust the avatar size for the user. <img src="https://www.ubbcentral.com/boards/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />


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