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  • AlexanderT
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    I think you are in the wrong forum.

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  • waldvb
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    Unable to attach image in previous post - to see image you must click on letter "a". What a joke.


    [ATTACH=CONFIG]n59833[/ATTACH]


    IP.Gallery features:


    Organization
    • Admin-defined categories
    • User-created albums
    • Friends-only albums
    • Featured Images on homepage
    • Full permission controls
    • Set images as album/category cover




    Adding Content
    • Add copyrights to photos
    • Gallery-wide watermarking support
    • Media support for movies & Flash
    • Group-based filesize/bandwidth limits
    • Auto-resizing




    Viewing Images
    • Lightbox support
    • Interactive image notes
    • Rate images
    • Inline rotation tool
    • Full-featured slideshow
    • EXIF & IPTC support
    • Anti-leech protection




    Content Discovery
    • Follow Category/Album/Images
    • Image tagging
    • Share images to social networks
    • Built-in mapping support (with Bing)






    VB5 possibilities: ZERO, ZIP, NADA.





    Last edited by waldvb; Fri 1 Mar '13, 4:18pm.

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  • waldvb
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    Originally posted by Quillz View Post
    Originally posted by beishe8 View Post
    Originally posted by waldvb View Post
    Unfortunately CKeditor in VB4 is broken.
    Are you using Windows 7 with IE 10? With that combination WYSIWYG is broken but Source Mode is working.
    They might want to consider fixing something that doesn't work on what is going to be one of the most commons ways a vB 5 site is accessed.
    You are using IP Board Software. Check how you can work with images and compare it to this nonsense in VB5:



    [ATTACH=CONFIG]n59833[/ATTACH]

    Last edited by waldvb; Fri 1 Mar '13, 4:02pm.

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  • Quillz
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    Originally posted by beishe8 View Post
    Originally posted by waldvb View Post
    Unfortunately CKeditor in VB4 is broken.
    Are you using Windows 7 with IE 10? With that combination WYSIWYG is broken but Source Mode is working.
    They might want to consider fixing something that doesn't work on what is going to be one of the most commons ways a vB 5 site is accessed.

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  • waldvb
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    Originally posted by beishe8 View Post
    Originally posted by waldvb View Post
    Unfortunately CKeditor in VB4 is broken.
    Are you using Windows 7 with IE 10? With that combination WYSIWYG is broken but Source Mode is working.
    CKeditor in VB4 creates thumbs and scaled images. Thumbs and images are fetched as a full size image. Page with images is slow. This is well known bug - since 2011 !!! Nobody cares.
    Last edited by waldvb; Fri 1 Mar '13, 12:19pm.

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  • beishe8
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    Originally posted by waldvb View Post
    Unfortunately CKeditor in VB4 is broken.
    Are you using Windows 7 with IE 10?
    With that combination WYSIWYG is broken but Source Mode is working.


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  • waldvb
    started a topic A picture is worth a thousand words

    A picture is worth a thousand words

    A picture is worth a thousand words

    Every software developer understands it - except VB.

    Social software scripts (forums, blogs) come with a great image plugins, image galleries, albums, video galleries.
    Except VB. How we can present photos here? What we got here ? Almost nothing !

    - very limited mini albums. I can't edit images, I can't move them. I can just cry when I see this thing.
    - can't insert multiple images at once (using Insert Images Button). Images inserted in this way are not associated with Lightbox - unbelievable !!!
    VB4 has better features than VB5. Unfortunately CKeditor in VB4 is broken.

    I think you created 10 years old software.

    A picture is worth a thousand words - this is why websites with images, videos are very popular today. And why people are looking for better software than VB5.

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