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    NSRA NSRA Image Gallery - Feedback

    Please use this thread for comments, suggestions, or questions on the new NSRA Image Gallery.

    If you find that you can do something that maybe you shouldn't be able to do, (such as edit other people's images) please PM me, or report it here.

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    Just one 'gripe'. If you enter the Gallery there's no immediate return tab for going back to the Forum.

    [Moved to the Image Gallery feedback thread]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knowledge View Post
    If you enter the Gallery there's no immediate return tab for going back to the Forum.
    Please use the new > Forum and > Gallery buttons at very top right of screen.
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    When viewing large pics, the "previous/next" button is out of screen view when viewing all the pic, so when you scroll up & click for the next one, the view drops down again & is half obscured at the bottom of the page (or do I need a new 50" monitor??).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MisteR Tee View Post
    When viewing large pics, the "previous/next" button is out of screen view when viewing all the pic, so when you scroll up & click for the next one, the view drops down again & is half obscured at the bottom of the page (or do I need a new 50" monitor??).
    Thats the problem with posting too large a picture, over time some of these may be reduced if we can find he time, but idealy use shrink pic and they use less space and come out the right size for the forum pages

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    Seems to be the same for all pics in that "window", whether they're resized or not, there's just too much header above it for it to remain in view all the time. I've even resized my display, so much so I need a magnifying glass to read text(!) in an attempt to overcome it, but it's still happening.
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    You can try and alter some settings here, but it should be the standard Vbulletin settings in there for all,
    http://www.nsra.org.uk/newforum/prof...galleryprofile

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    I've removed one line from the gallery header to try and help, but there's no more that can be removed from the header now.

    All large images will be re-sized to a maximum 800x600, so unless we reduce the gallery image size, I can't see an alternative at the moment, sorry.

    (I don't know how much of your browser screen is taken up by button bars, tool bars etc; you might be able to get a little more space that way?)
    IanT (°||°)
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    On the NSRA banner at the bottom of each pic, is it worth putting a Copyright icon?
    Gerry

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    Are the pics always shown as last posted or random as per rods n sods ?...ie different pic,s each time you return to main page.

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    There's a choice for new pics on the link i sent maurice, Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsf55 View Post
    There's a choice for new pics on the link i sent maurice, Paul
    Thought that was just YOUR image's you have loaded not the forum's view along the top ? same one,s there every time for me

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    Are the pics always shown as last posted or random as per rods n sods
    On Forum homepage: latest 5 images
    Top of Gallery page: latest 5 images
    Bottom of Gallery page: 5 random images

    Showing the 'latest 5' pics at least shows us that people are trying the Gallery out, and new pictures are being added ..
    But we can change it in the future .. see how it goes ..

    On the NSRA banner at the bottom of each pic, is it worth putting a Copyright icon?
    We're watermarking the images to show where they're hosted .. but we can't very well claim copyright on them as they belong to forum users (or others )
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    Rubbery........thanks Ian,

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    On Forum homepage: latest 5 images
    Top of Gallery page: latest 5 images
    Bottom of Gallery page: 5 random images

    Showing the 'latest 5' pics at least shows us that people are trying the Gallery out, and new pictures are being added ..
    But we can change it in the future .. see how it goes ..

    We're watermarking the images to show where they're hosted .. but we can't very well claim copyright on them as they belong to forum users (or others )
    yep I know they belong to the forum users, but by putting the C on the image at least everyone knows they are not for their use without permission, By putting pics in the gallery means that the NSRA can claim C on behalf of the poster.
    Gerry

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    At last I can post pics easily...woohoo!

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    Not working for me at all,when i try to upload all i get is, "invalid file",maybe because my photo was 2.78MB,which is over the over 2MB limit ???

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    ,maybe because my photo was 2.78MB,which is over the over 2MB limit ???
    Yes, that's the limit, unfortunately the error message is not too helpful .
    We have a help thread here, with info about reducing image sizes...

    http://www.nsra.org.uk/newforum/showthread.php?t=51192
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