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Can't resize thumbnails

Discussion in 'Showcase Support' started by Cmely, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. Cmely

    Cmely New Member Showcase

    I have a problem when trying to resize thumbnails (as I've just installed Showcase, it's likely due to my lack of knowledge about this addon).

    Whatever can be the size I enter in "Options>Showcase thumbnail dimension", the size of the frame doesn't change but the definition of the thumbnail does :

    Here is when I enter 20*20 thumbnail dimension
    0062.jpg

    here is when I enter 200*200
    0061.jpg
    And here is when I enter 400*400
    0060.jpg

    If you compare second and third picture you'll see that picture definition is not the same. So, changing value of the field had an effect, but not the one expected.
     
  2. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    Those frames are Dynamic (they enlarge/shrink depending on the width of the browser). The Thumbnail size does not determine the size of those containers. What you need to do is change the Layout Style properties to make more containers per row.... default is 3-2-2-1, you probably want 4-3-2-1 if you are using a smaller thumbnail.

    Appearance >> Style Properties >> Showcase: Grid View Responsive Design

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  3. Cmely

    Cmely New Member Showcase

    :D:lmao::D

    Thanks Bob.
     
  4. Bob

    Bob Developer Staff Member

    no worries, its a very large addon that has A LOT of different options, so asking questions is usually the fastest way :D
     
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