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= Square Thumbnails Module =
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Ensures that all thumbnail images are square.
  
=Square Thumbnails Module=
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== Description ==
Modifies toolkit behavior so that thumbnails are automatically created with a square aspect ratio
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Modifies toolkit behavior so that thumbnails are automatically created with a square aspect ratio, even for images that originally are in landscape or portrait format.
:Configure in site admin to select cropping images to square or scaling images to fit inside a square.
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== Usage ==
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* Install and activate the Square thumbs module.
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* Configure in site admin to select cropping images to square or scaling images to fit inside a square.
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* N.B. This plugin does not appear to work with just GD installed as a Graphics Toolkit. It does work when you also have ImageMagick.
  
 
Note: '''Activating/Deactivating the module does not affect existing thumbnails until those thumbnails are rebuilt and it requires an active graphics toolkit'''
 
Note: '''Activating/Deactivating the module does not affect existing thumbnails until those thumbnails are rebuilt and it requires an active graphics toolkit'''
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[[Category:Gallery 2:Modules]]

Latest revision as of 07:53, 5 March 2008

Square Thumbnails Module

Ensures that all thumbnail images are square.

Description

Modifies toolkit behavior so that thumbnails are automatically created with a square aspect ratio, even for images that originally are in landscape or portrait format.

Usage

  • Install and activate the Square thumbs module.
  • Configure in site admin to select cropping images to square or scaling images to fit inside a square.
  • N.B. This plugin does not appear to work with just GD installed as a Graphics Toolkit. It does work when you also have ImageMagick.

Note: Activating/Deactivating the module does not affect existing thumbnails until those thumbnails are rebuilt and it requires an active graphics toolkit

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