Profile Cover for XenForo
Fixed, looks like I had to uninstall and reinstall
Hmm... Testing this on my offline installation. User already have permission to upload cover and maximum size of 100M (100000 KB) but there's no option to upload cover when user is on their profile.
Does you add permission allow user to upload cover?
Look right. Can you give me access to your site?
It's on an offline installation on my PC. I'll try to install the add-on to our live board later.
No problem. I can see via TeamView. Is that OK for you?
I'd have gladly agreed with that if my internet connection was better. Unfortunately it's too unstable for something like TeamViewer (high latency and unstable connection speed). I'll just give you access to the live board later on. Maybe in a few days though. We're still in the middle of a long maintenance so it's not urgent anyway. Thanks by the way!
Yup. But next week my country has Tet Holiday. So maybe it is be delay to later
It's okay, we plan to do maintenance till 20th of next month so we have plenty of time
Oh right, when I was reinstalling the add-on a couple days ago, I got a db error when uninstalling. I suspect it had something to do with this: Line 78 used $db variable before it was initialized (it initialized later on at line 88). It's the Installer.php file btw.
Thank for reporting
Is there any method to make the 'reposition' feature responsive? Here's an example of my issue: Shrunk view on a 1200px width screen: Reposition: In Admin CP, I had already set Maximum Cover Image Dimensions to the maximum dimension the cover will display on 1920px screen (my site's maximum width is 1500px). Also, it'd be great to have ImageMagick support by default. Crop result from GD is so ugly, lol. I had to modify the add-on a bit to add ImageMagick support (hence the smooth result on my screenshots). It's rather easy since I only had to reroute the image related tasks to XenForo_Image_ImageMagick_Pecl (all the functions have the exact same name and parameters as XenForo_Image_Gd). As for the custom resize() function, ImageMagick has a built-in function called resizeImage() so it was simple to extend.
Any update about this?
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