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Kjeldebu

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Pluto non fixed sizes for thumbnails
Posted: 04-Jan-2019 17:19
 
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Hi,

Il liked the idea of having non-fixed thumbnail sizes of Pluto, but I can't seem mine to do it:
link: http://kjeldebu.jalbum.net/PJ/

Am I doing anything wrong? Have added a screenshot of my thumbnail settings of Pluto

Thanks!

(and a happy new year...)

Jonathan
jGromit

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Re: Pluto non fixed sizes for thumbnails
Posted: 04-Jan-2019 18:26   in response to: Kjeldebu in response to: Kjeldebu
 
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Difficult to tell, but I think you may have chosen Make Changes in jAlbum, which will not make the thumbnails again. The thumbnails in your output directory are all still a fixed shape. Just click Make Album.
Kjeldebu

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Re: Pluto non fixed sizes for thumbnails
Posted: 04-Jan-2019 18:57   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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mmmh, wasn't aware there is a Make Changes button :)

I always use Make Album.

Edited by: Kjeldebu on 04-Jan-2019 18:57
jGromit

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Re: Pluto non fixed sizes for thumbnails
Posted: 04-Jan-2019 19:08   in response to: Kjeldebu in response to: Kjeldebu
 
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Found it. You must have been experimenting with another skin, and it left something behind that shouldn't be there. Go to Album > Settings > Advanced > User Variables and delete everything you see there. Those settings are overriding the Pluto settings.
Kjeldebu

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Re: Pluto non fixed sizes for thumbnails
Posted: 04-Jan-2019 22:36   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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Great, thanks, that did it.
Though I'll have to toy around with it a little to get it right.

Thanks again for the ready reply!

Jonathan
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