Forum Activity for @brian

brian
@brian
11 Oct 2018 06:17:50AM
9,693 posts

a couple of minor Chat suggestions


Using Jamroom

My guess is that this is something unique to your setup. I've tested this here with both Chrome on Mac AND Windows, and don't see this. Make sure under your Chrome "View" menu you have it set to "Actual Size" for jamroom.net. Otherwise it could be a browser plugin messing with the text size. Regardless, the CSS here on jamroom.net is correct.
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brian
@brian
10 Oct 2018 10:31:54AM
9,693 posts

a couple of minor Chat suggestions


Using Jamroom

I don't see this issue on my end. My screenshot is Elastic 2 set to narrowest. I also do not see any issues here on Jamroom.net. Based on your screenshot it looks like you've changed the "jrchat-msg-byline" CSS class to be much larger - you will want to set the font-size for that much smaller.
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brian
@brian
10 Oct 2018 10:28:55AM
9,693 posts

Style Editor


Design and Skin Customization

I've tested this here and see no issues with the h1, h2 and h3 tags. See my screenshots.
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brian
@brian
29 Sep 2018 03:01:40PM
9,693 posts

when click a profile how can i see its timeline not mainpage


Using Jamroom

resif:
@paul you are really awful man...
always understadn what you want never carefully read my post...

This is really uncalled for - please be respectful. Paul has gone out of his way to help you, and yet you're calling him names. If you want someone to help you, calling them "awful" isn't going to get you very far.

All Jamroom skins show the profile "timeline" out of the box - there's nothing you need to do. Follow Me shows a GLOBAL timeline. Jamroom's timeline works just like Twitter:

- when a user views their OWN timeline they see entries from those they follow
- when a visitor views a timeline they see entries from that user

Jamroom already shows the timeline by DEFAULT. If you don't like how it "redirects" to /profile/timeline, then you will have to customize the profile_index.tpl file to suit your needs.
brian
@brian
12 Sep 2018 07:10:45AM
9,693 posts

Proxima API file Downloading Problem


Proxima

Thanks for the update Kevin - so it's all related to the price - that's good to know and I will check it out.

Thanks!
brian
@brian
12 Sep 2018 07:09:57AM
9,693 posts

Audio Cover Image Size


Using Jamroom

There's no bug here that I am aware. Please post the URL to the image you feel is not being displayed right.

You can use any dimension you want. I'd recommend just using crop=square on it to make sure it is square. Yes - some images will have areas that get cut off, but that's what happens when you crop an image.

Thanks!
brian
@brian
09 Sep 2018 08:49:52AM
9,693 posts

Proxima API file Downloading Problem


Proxima

And just to double check - you are NOT using the master key in this scenario - it is a file that has been uploaded by the same profile_id that is trying to download it? Was the file created on the JR side or on the Proxima side?

Thanks!
brian
@brian
09 Sep 2018 08:42:43AM
9,693 posts

Proxima API file Downloading Problem


Proxima

Sorry for the really late followup here Kevin - let me see if I can spot where you're having an issue and I will let you know.
brian
@brian
09 Sep 2018 08:40:53AM
9,693 posts

Audio Cover Image Size


Using Jamroom

SoftDesigns:
Without any guide to image sizes, this seems to make JR harder a bit harder to use than it should be.

You're right - this is a hard problem, and if you think about it for a bit you'll see there is no "just make it look awesome all the time" way to handle images. Like Michael pointed out above, you'll get images of all sizes and aspect ratios, so you're going to have weird shaped images if you do not do cropping. This is why you'll see that we crop to square/portrait in so many places, since it provides for a uniform layout and look. However, you run the risk of an image being cropped to square and cutting off an important part of the image if the image is really tall and skinny or short and wide. There's no way around this since Jamroom does not inspect the CONTENT of the image in any way.

To be 100% honest I would recommend that you just don't worry about it - 95%+ of your images will look fine, and for the few that don't if you really need them to be changed, then as an admin user:

- download the image
- fix it in an image editor
- re-upload it
brian
@brian
27 Aug 2018 08:27:14AM
9,693 posts

Audio Cover Image Size


Using Jamroom

I'm not sure what you mean by "cut off" - JR doesn't cut off any image unless you're specifically applying a "crop" parameter. Please link to an example if you have one.

Thanks!
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