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Please, add the VIDEO for THIS oldschool demo.
And here is YouTube video/
added on the 2008-09-30 14:32:27 by Manwe Manwe
Manwe: added.
added on the 2008-09-30 17:33:38 by ltk_tscc ltk_tscc
Just for the record. I have added a shitload of soundtrack-links to atari productions today.
added on the 2008-09-30 17:34:13 by ltk_tscc ltk_tscc
Ayee!! Images in threads are displayed using a fixed percentage of the page width. I'm using Opera (9.52) and all images are ~666 pixels wide (1024 x 768).
Is it easily fixable by you or do I have to apply a userjavascripthack?...
added on the 2008-09-30 19:05:46 by prodigy prodigy
put http://www.pouet.net/prod.php?which=51805 in amiga demo compo, plz
added on the 2008-09-30 20:54:13 by gentleman gentleman
lol, already did it myself 8D
added on the 2008-09-30 20:55:14 by gentleman gentleman
extrait's website is moved to http://extrait.untergrund.net/

change this prod's download link to this

change this prod's download link to this

add this download link to this prod

change this prod's download link to this

added on the 2008-09-30 21:00:56 by martin martin
ps : I thought I was the only one but it seems that since yesterday, some threads with images make IE 7 crash (Salinga) or freeze (me).
added on the 2008-09-30 21:33:04 by keops keops
Who changed my entry #51088 (Crossover intro for Atari 8bit)? There is no group called Unreal on the Atari and they definitely didn't produce it. Not even C.P.U. are the authors, except that Raster was a betatester.
added on the 2008-10-01 10:07:26 by PG PG
PG: can't remember if I maybe did it... so who's the author then?
added on the 2008-10-01 10:12:11 by ltk_tscc ltk_tscc
prodigy: its supposed to only resize images larger than the bbs frame.. but its probably resizing too small. or is it resizing everything? fuck, i'll need to install opera to fix this -_-

keops: i need a screenshot to know wtf is going on in ie7/ie8, i only have ie6 where its working properly and no desire to upgrade.

i can only assume that width auto is crashing ie in some unknown image size circumstances

and also that opera recognizes the javascript thing but applies the css differently from ie and ff -_-

p01!! help! how the fuck do i make this thing work for all browsers? is it impossible? im trying to resize to 95% the pics which would b0rk the tables with their size. im tempted to drop trying to fix it on the css -_-
added on the 2008-10-01 15:55:02 by psenough psenough
I have the scaling problem with all the browsers I'm using. All the picures are sceled up in FF2, IE7, Opera and GC.

Hope you get any luck fixing soon this as it is getting rather annoying. :P
added on the 2008-10-01 17:43:27 by Frost Frost
added on the 2008-10-01 18:21:27 by evil evil
i'm getting the scale-up thing on opera 9.52 as well... every posted image everywhere is the same width.
added on the 2008-10-01 18:37:31 by uncle-x uncle-x
my two cents on the resize issue...

this would seem to work on ff3 and opera (and therefore hopefully any sane browser such as ff2, safari and chrome):
Code:.bbimage { max-width: 100%; width: 100%; } .bbimage img { max-width: 100%; width: auto; }

as for the ie workaround, i think the reason why you can't refer to this.width in the javascript expression is that the img tags don't have the width property set. max-width is still broken in ie7, so until ie8 catches on, i'm guessing our best bet is to just display the part of the image that fits into the table and crop the rest. you'd do it with something like this:

Code: .bbimage { /* 0.75 because the width of the table apparently is 75% */ width: expression(document.body.clientWidth * 0.75); overflow: hidden; } .bbimage img { width: auto; }

and because embedded css hacks are a no-no, you'll probably want to use conditional comments in the <head> block for the ie styles, something like
Code: <!--[if lte IE 7]> <style type="text/css"> /* css goes here */ </style> <![endif]-->
added on the 2008-10-02 05:21:02 by reed reed
please change download link in this to this
added on the 2008-10-02 15:14:44 by bonzaj bonzaj
Check with javascript if the width is bigger that the available width. If it is, insert it into a div with constant width and overflow auto. I would really prefer the scrollbar than the browser resize. And, use "Internet Explorer Application Compatibility VPC Image"
added on the 2008-10-02 15:28:35 by texel texel
Code: .bbimage { max-width: 100%; width: 100%; } .bbimage img { max-width: 100%; width: auto; }

works fine on ff3 but not on opera 9.52
added on the 2008-10-02 15:38:41 by psenough psenough
ah wait, now it works. dropping .bbimage altogether and just using .bbimage img
right, lets try to patch the ie shit now then
added on the 2008-10-02 15:40:53 by psenough psenough
uh, no. fucks up on ff3 -_- grah
added on the 2008-10-02 15:42:34 by psenough psenough
all images scaled up on google chrome too
added on the 2008-10-02 18:23:53 by Jcl Jcl
texel: my point was, you can't check the width with javascript if you don't have a width attribute on the img tag

ps: it worked on my opera 9.52 when i tried applying the style with a user script (and thus added !important to the css rules)
added on the 2008-10-02 20:11:42 by reed reed
Crossover (entry #51088) authors:
Code: Marek Pavlik (MaPa)
Idea,Gfx,Msx: Zdenek Eisenhammer (PG)
Betatesting: Radek Sterba (Raster)
Minor optimizations: Bob!k
added on the 2008-10-02 20:27:36 by PG PG


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