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Post by alcesalcesobservator » 1 year ago

The new header is nice. Is it permanent?

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Post by TullyBascombe » 1 year ago

I got used to the snow.

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Post by paul » 1 year ago

alcesalcesobservator wrote:The new header is nice. Is it permanent?
Unless I get any other ideas or suggestions, then I think so.
TullyBascombe wrote:I got used to the snow.
That's it for now, but it will return next December
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Post by TullyBascombe » 1 year ago

Well I'll have you know that the moment that snow disappeared the temperature here plummeted 20 degrees so I'd deeply appreciate it if you would take it back.

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Post by Surpinto » 1 year ago

TullyBascombe wrote:Well I'll have you know that the moment that snow disappeared the temperature here plummeted 20 degrees so I'd deeply appreciate it if you would take it back.
:lol:

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Post by alcesalcesobservator » 1 year ago

TullyBascombe wrote:Well I'll have you know that the moment that snow disappeared the temperature here plummeted 20 degrees so I'd deeply appreciate it if you would take it back.
:lol: It didsuddenly get a lot colder, now you mention it!

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Post by alcesalcesobservator » 1 year ago

Testing: Image

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Post by Surpinto » 1 year ago

Continuing from http://forum.libera-dreams.com/viewtopi ... =45#p47206
paul wrote:
Surpinto wrote:
alcesalcesobservator wrote:Libera has posted five new pictures on their Facebook page. I'd post them here, but I couldn't figure out how to make them smaller. :roll: But it looks like the boys had the great time they always have in the Philippines. :)
Forget re-sizing because the current software of this forum does not support it. Here are the originals :P
The forum should re-size the images to fit, can you post an example in Feedback so I can look into this.

Thanks

Paul :)
What I meant was that you can't re-size the imagine through the image tag as in the following

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[img=widthxheight]{img url}[/img]

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Post by Surpinto » 1 year ago

paul wrote:
Surpinto wrote: What I meant was that you can't re-size the imagine through the image tag as in the following

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[img=widthxheight]{img url}[/img]
There is no need to try and re-size the image within the image tag. The forum should do it to suit any browser size or screen resolution. I've tested on a couple of web browsers, even a smartphone.

The following image is large at 1920x1080 and it is being re-sized to fit. As you can see from the tag, I have not specified a size, as its no longer needed.

Please let me know if it does not appear to you correctly.

Paul :)
Everything works and has worked just fine. Sometimes for formatting and appearances sake it is more convenient to link a smaller sized image, but the forum re-sizing it to fit screens of various size by default makes sense too. I assume that alcesalcesobservator wanted to make the images smaller with that in mind much as I used to do with the old thumbnail tag.

Thanks for addressing this :)

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Post by paul » 1 year ago

Surpinto wrote:
Everything works and has worked just fine. Sometimes for formatting and appearances sake it is more convenient to link a smaller sized image, but the forum re-sizing it to fit screens of various size by default makes sense too. I assume that alcesalcesobservator wanted to make the images smaller with that in mind much as I used to do with the old thumbnail tag.

Thanks for addressing this :)
For those times when you may wish to specify a smaller image, There will be a modification coming very soon. It is currently in development, so at the moment a little unstable.
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Post by andmar » 3 months ago

This is actually not a bug, but it concerns the countdown clock for the Ely Cathedral concert.

It looks like the clock shows one hour too much. Or am I counting it wrong?

Now it is 6:09 PM CEST, the clock shows the concert in 8 days, 3 hours and 21 minutes. The concert is at 7.30 PM GMT+1 (UK daylight saving time = CEST - 1 hour). The clock should show 8 days, 2 hours and 21 minutes.

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Post by filiarheni » 3 months ago

Paul just takes care that we arrive at the concert in time! :lol:
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Post by fan_de_LoK » 3 months ago

I checked what you reported Andmar and I agree with you.
I also think that the forum is 1 hour ahead, and it doesn't seem to be limited to the concert countdown.

In my profile, in the "Board Preferences", I first verified that my Timezone was correctly set.
Already something looks strange there.
I had to set my timezone to GMT+2 in order to have the forum to fit the real time in France, however France is supposed to be GMT+1.

I guess the issue is that the Summer Time shift on March 26 didn't applied automatically to the forum :wink:

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Post by andmar » 3 months ago

filiarheni wrote:
<span title="Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:37 pm">3 months ago</span>
Paul just takes care that we arrive at the concert in time! :lol:
It would be a pity, if someone arrived one hour too late. :wink:

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Post by andmar » 3 months ago

fan_de_LoK wrote:
<span title="Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:53 pm">3 months ago</span>
I checked what you reported Andmar and I agree with you.
What a relief :wink:
I just got confused and I thought, I couldn't count anymore.

And I don't like the countdown clock! It says I have to wait one hour longer for the concert. I definitely don't like this. :lol:

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