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Hi Bernhard, *,

On Sat, Jan 29, 2011 at 12:04 PM, Dr. Bernhard Dippold
<> wrote:
I've done screenshots done at 400 x 300, which link to an enlargement
at 800 x 600. That's not a rule, if you have other ideas, but you
might take account of the conistency aspect.

If I remember Christian right (please correct me, if I'm wrong), there is
no need to create two different screenshots, because SilverStripe
provides the smaller thumbnails on it's own,

Exactly, you only need to provide different sizes if you're not happy
with the quality of the scaled image that silverstripe creates. (But
in that case, please guide me to the image).

So just upload the original size, and when a different size should be
inserted into the page, use the width and height settings in the
right-hand image-insertion control within the CMS, this will create a
resized copy automatically.

while opening the full
size image (yes, 800x600px should be reasonable) in an overlay.

Adding overlay/slideshow is one of the next items on my toDo - I'm in
favor of using colorbox for this, but if people have strong opinions
about it, I would consider alternatives (but please state why your
preferred solution should be preferred over colorbox)

Reasons why I like colorbox: Small size, straightforward to use,
keyboard navigation support without any fiddling around. And probably
the most important wrt use in a CMS system:
Behavior settings can be over-written without altering the ColorBox
javascript file.

(jquery based solutions are preferred)


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