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    When displaying multiple image attachments inline, users with the Opera browser on my board have ALL the images lining up HORIZONTALLY. When a lot of images are uploaded, this obviously causes serious problems. Everything is fine with IE and the various Mozilla flavors.

    Anyone have a fix?

    Thank you kindly for your help. I searched for topics related to this but did not find any; sorry if I missed one.

  • #2
    Originally posted by thegunowner149
    When displaying multiple image attachments inline, users with the Opera browser on my board have ALL the images lining up HORIZONTALLY. When a lot of images are uploaded, this obviously causes serious problems. Everything is fine with IE and the various Mozilla flavors.

    Anyone have a fix?

    Thank you kindly for your help. I searched for topics related to this but did not find any; sorry if I missed one.
    If you are attaching images, they line up horizontally by default IIRC.

    to change that, you will have to limit thumbnails to 1 per row to do it vertically.

    admin cp>vbulletin options>message attachment options>thumbnails per row

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Vigile
      If you are attaching images, they line up horizontally by default IIRC.

      to change that, you will have to limit thumbnails to 1 per row to do it vertically.

      admin cp>vbulletin options>message attachment options>thumbnails per row
      Unfortunately no. IE and Mozilla all line up vertically with no problem, this only happens with Opera. I do not have thumbnails enabled, and I set that to 1 just in case. With Opera, they still line up horizontally. Would inserting a <br> somewhere work?

      Help please!

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      • #4
        Small bump

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        • #5
          Same issue here.

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          • #6
            Please start your own thread in the relevant forum for the version of vBulletin that you are running. Thank you.
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