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Resize

xF1 Add-on Resize 1,5

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Compatible XF Versions 1.x
1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5
Description:

Allows the admin to easily resize attached images.

(Example of Resize link below each post)



(Example of Resize page)


(Example of Group Permissions)



Requirements:

ImageMagick and the PECL module Imagick must be installed on your server. These are installed if you can select ImageMagick in the Attachments options. If you don't have ImageMagick installed on your server, contact your web host and ask them to install it.

Installation:
  1. Download resize_v1.0.zip and unzip it
  2. Upload the Andy directory to your server, the correct location is library/Andy
  3. From your Admin Control Panel, go to the Install Add-on page
  4. Upload the addon-Resize_v1.0.xml file
  5. Click the Install Add-on button
Group Permissions:

Set the Administrator Group Permission to Allow.
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AnimeHaxor
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Latest updates

  1. See description

    Resize v1.5 changes: 1) Updated Phrase to explain what bypass cache means. 2) Resize link now...
  2. See description

    Resize v1.4 changes: Now follows the Can Edit Post permission so it's possible to allow...
  3. See description

    Resize v1.3 changes: Now supports non-default sized thumbnails.

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