canonknipser wrote: ↑Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:56 pmTry to use the extension with a little modification:
- Disable the extension
- Delete the file
overall_footer_after.htmlfrom the folder
- Enable the extension.
Meldane wrote: ↑Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:44 pmHi canonknipser,
Thanks for looking into it for me, I really appreciate.
I have followed your suggestions, and I don't get the blurry image, anymore, but it gets doubled up whenever the size is under the minimum thumbnail file size set : http://addpk.org/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=119
Do you know what I could do to solve it ?
Thanks in advance for any help.
canonknipser wrote: ↑Wed Apr 18, 2018 7:40 pmI don't think it's the bb3mobi extension, but another one. As far as i can see from your page source, there is a dmzx/filedownload extension active.
The original class is
filesseem to be from a extension. Check the extension folders for a file called
attachment_file_prepend.htmlhaving that class
Meldane wrote: ↑Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:48 pmYep, indeed, you were right canonknipser : I reactivated the bb3mobi/inlineimg extension and disabled the dmzx/filedownload one and it worked all fine.
The class "files" comes indeed from it.
It is a pity they are not compatible with each other, but being able to have images displayed next to one an other is more important to me, so I am still better off now.
I'll post a message in the Discussion/Support Forum of this extension at some point, to see if the author can guide me in what could be done to sill use it without creating this bug.
Thanks for helping me resolving this issue, canonknipser.
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