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thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #79

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Hi can you tell me how to set up the thumbnail folder. It is not pulling the actual thumbnail from each article as other modules do.

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #80

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Hi,

OT News don't have the thumbnail folder configuration. Could you please send me your url to see what do you want?

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #81

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see the image attached where it says " path of the default thumbnails - modules/mod_otnews/images/default.jpg"

When I hold my mouse over it, it says "default of thumbnails head item" If I remove the default text and hit save it comes back and shows your default image. If I try to point it to my folder I get the missing image icon.

My images are stored in /stories/sub folders/ and then more sub-folders based on the article category

So how does one configure this?



ot_news_backend_config.jpg - for some reason this forum is not showing the image. Look under basic options of the OT News config in the backend
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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #83

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Hi,

The images thumbnail is loaded from image in your articles automatically. If your article don't have any image, the default thumbnail in configuration is loaded instead. So you don't have to configure the thumbnail folder.

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #86

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All my articles have images but all the articles are showing your default.
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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #88

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Hi,

The image which is used to thumbnail must be in the introtext of articles.

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #91

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yes, it is within the teaser text and before the read more line.
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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 10 months ago #153

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Have to say I have the same problem, but just in first col. There is photo in article intro, but module shows the default image.


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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #200

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I love the module but I have to say that i have also the same issue, the pictures doesn't appear.
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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #205

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I'm having the same problem, however I can to get him some pictures, but the other articles is with the standard image.
How to get around this?
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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #252

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Any feedback on this ? Or are we just stupid and did we something wrong :oops:
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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #255

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dirkvanleuven wrote:
Any feedback on this ? Or are we just stupid and did we something wrong :oops:

Hi dirkvanleuven,
The module will get the first found image from the introtext (if there is no readmore placed it is all text else it is text above readmore line.). If there is no image in introtext, it will get the default image and will not get the image below readmore line.

So, you all can try place thumbnail image above readmore line to get the nice look. In the case of presenting that image must display at the middle or bottom of article, try create introtext with copied image and then using "not show introtext" function in article view params configuration.

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #259

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As far as I can see, I do everything as you mentionned but no result.

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I have tried to change the article dralion. As I mentionned the defaultpicture the dralion-one then it works, if i remove the last word (the file itself) nothing came up anymore.

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #260

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Hi all,
As I said
The module will get the first found image from the introtext (if there is no readmore placed it is all text else it is text above readmore line.). If there is no image in introtext, it will get the default image and will not get the image below readmore line.

After check all case, I realize that there is a bug when attribute "src" far from "<img" starting.

The bug is fixed and you can download and reinstall and enjoy it!

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Re: thumbnail folder 4 years 9 months ago #261

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thx,

after reinstall the new code --> everything looks fine.

Dirk
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