Upload isn't usually that hard to setup. Out of the box, these file types are allowed jpg, jpeg, png, and gif extensions. Notice that does say extensions!!!! Make sure the uploaded file name does include the extension and the extension matches the file type.
I run mine with 'generate thumbnails' turned on.
If you want a thumbnail size that is different from what is offered you'll need to add the size first and refresh the page.
Click on the display at upload check box if you'd like to see the uploaded file (recommended).
Make sure quality is set somewhere between 75 and 100 percent.
Skip over the "Where to embed thumbnail" setting (should default 'tpl_link_summary_pre_story_content').
Then set 'thumbnail size to display' to your preferred size from the pull-down.
The rest of the settings should be default for now. Once you know it works you can add a new file type but you might need to turn off 'generate thumbnails'.
There's an extensive helpful 'list of definitions' for help setting up the fields if you'll cursor down to the lower part of the settings page.
Really, nothing to it.
to jhawkin: thank you man, but still doesĹ„Â´t work, may be itÂ´s template fault...? i click to add attach file and it does nothing. but i find out :) thanks anyway
Just for fun, and while I forgot where I grabbed the initial code..
“I suggest you use Winmerge to compare the source code between your old copy and the new version to...”
“Sorry to take a while to get back to you. I assume that you are still having this problem? I am...”
“Well there certainly isn't a simple way to do it, so I'm going to say no....”
“No, there are no plans. That doesn't meant that it will never happen, it's just not a priority....”
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