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Author Topic: [Solved]: Pretty Common Error? "Unable to create thumbnail or reduced size image. "  (Read 4185 times)

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OHELLIE

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For the past 30 minutes or so I've used the search option to find my exact problem, which by the way, seems to be pretty common.

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Unable to create thumbnail or reduced size image.

I couldn't exactly find an answer to my question, I was hoping through the searching of other people's problems I would stumble upon my answer, and leave it at that, but no such luck for me.
I debugged, and edited my 'groups' control panel to the documents instructions, and the quoted error above, is what happened upon HTTP uploading.
I already looked in my config, to see if my Max width or height of an intermediate picture/video was set at 1, nope, it's already at 400. All my files/folder are set at 777 permission in my FTP.
I went ahead and made whoever wants to help me out an admin user account

Gallery URL: Movingalong.net/gallery
Username: tester
password: 123test

I believe I've included everything necessary, thank you in advance for your help.


« Last Edit: July 22, 2008, 09:05:37 am by François Keller »
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look what grafic library is selected on the config page and select GD2
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Avez vous lu la DOC ? la FAQ ? et cherché sur le forum avant de poster ?
Did you read the DOC ? the FAQ ? and search the board before posting ?
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OHELLIE

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Thank you so much! You hit the nail right on the head.
Very speedy help, I appreciate that.
This can be closed now I suppose :)
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