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simonmason

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Help configuring Image View size
« on: August 23, 2010, 04:06:58 pm »

Dear all, I have a Coppermine installation that I have been running at home to share family pictures - it has worked wonderfully for years - awesome product.  I haven't needed to do any configuration on this - and now I am looking to change something and familiarize myself with the configuration items.  I want to change the image view screen to show a bigger intermediate thumbnail.  I looked at the configuration settings and it is set to 100%.  I am running 1.4.2.4.  Any advice will be great - I have looked through the documentation and the FAQs, as well as searching through the forum - but I can't seem to put my finger on a possible solution.  Thanks!
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Re: Help configuring Image View size
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2010, 08:24:41 pm »

Ok, I upgraded to 1.5.8.  This has caused another issue with batch import that I will post in the appropriate forum.  I also (think) I figured out the image size issue.  I was confusing the thumbnail with the intermediate picture.  Hence my settings were not working - naturally!
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