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Can you explain to me why you want to differentiate between user groups for how large their avatar is allowed to be?Scomitch wrote: ↑Mon Jun 19, 2017 10:01 pmI'm looking to see of a feature that includes avatar dimensions on the dynamic scale. This means an avatar maximum size differs with different groups / users. For example, if a user is part of the Registered Users group, they follow the global rule of 150x150px maximum avatar size. However, if the user is an Administrator, they are able to bypass this rule and upload an avatar of X amount.
Thanks for the tip.
I understand where you're coming from with conventional discussion forums, but with forums that revolve around creativity/community involvement I'd want people to have creative freedom with what is on their profile - and an avatar is a symbol of just that. The request is simply a way to combat people that would abuse this privilege. I've already taken the layout concern into consideration with the way my style is developed and avatars up to 300px in length are aesthetically fine. Width would remain 100 - 150px.Ger wrote: ↑Tue Feb 20, 2018 11:14 amCan you explain to me why you want to differentiate between user groups for how large their avatar is allowed to be?
I mean, 150x150x is quite large already IMHO. Most forums limit it to about 100px or something alike. Even more, if you allow larger avatars, your layout may get messed up due to too wide avatars or you simply get much vertical white space below posts because the post content is smaller than the avatar's height plus the other poster info (name, post count, etc.).
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