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A couple of suggestions for the Gallery

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5 years 1 week ago #46612 by hkingman
hkingman replied the topic: A couple of suggestions for the Gallery

That being said, I understand your point about the resizing, but the problem is we need to not only deal with "pros" but with the people who are end users .. . So we try to please *most* people by keeping the width consistent, since if you use different widths it tends to mess up a layout a lot worse than having various heights.

Exactly my point. Maybe I wasn't clear. Keeping width consistent is not really good enough. We need height to stay the same, too.

To do that, we could either hack in a "responsive" javascript gallery script option... or...

Or, we could take all the uploaded images and make them all the same size, by overlaying them ("compositing" them) on a single, standard-sized background image. Depending on the aspect ratio of the uploaded image, either the height or the width would be maximized. So portrait-orientation images get turned into landscapes with bars on the sides, for instance. Widescreen (16:9) shots get turned into letter-boxed images with bars top and bottom.


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