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it's possible to limit the massimum sixe in dimension and kb that an avatar can assume on Jforum?
I've looked into the admin panel, but I cant find the settings I mean.
thx in advice and good luck for all the job that will come!

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Go to the admin panel -> Configurations. There change the values for "Max. avatar width ( in pixels )" and "Max. avatar height ( in pixels )", as well "Max. Avatar Size ( in KB )"

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Rafael Steil wrote:Go to the admin panel -> Configurations. There change the values for "Max. avatar width ( in pixels )" and "Max. avatar height ( in pixels )", as well "Max. Avatar Size ( in KB )"

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thankyou very much... I have found it!

a new suggestion to you:
why don't you add a dimension preview?
It easy to do wirh a div tag and a javascript, maybe if u r interested I can show you a lil of code that could help.
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0m4r wrote:[
It easy to do wirh a div tag and a javascript, maybe if u r interested I can show you a lil of code that could help.



Please

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I have send you an e-mail wirh the codes samples.
I hope that them could help you in this great project.

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ops, the Anonymus was me... sorry
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have you seen the changes?
what do you think about them?
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I get the email right now, but didn't opened the message yet ;). I'll send you a reply.

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A user uploaded avatar. I see two files with exactly same name and of types JPG and PNG in the "avatars" directory. What is the reason of keeping two files (second probably produced after some conversion, like image resizing, right?)

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