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why not see images?
#1
because the file style.php in line 54
Code:
.imgthumb {display:none;width:70px;}
they became evident only after I changed the code
Code:
.imgthumb {width:70px;}
.imgthumb img {border:1px solid #555; width:65px;}
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#2
Oleg,

отлично, спасибо за указание!

Thanks for the tip, that's great!
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#3
Did not work for me.

Guess my problem is elsewhere.

--rob
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#4
(2011-05-01, 21:53:16)Oleg06 Wrote: because the file style.php in line 54
Code:
.imgthumb {display:none;width:70px;}
they became evident only after I changed the code
Code:
.imgthumb {width:70px;}
.imgthumb img {border:1px solid #555; width:65px;}

Hello,

the line is now in css.php and i had to comment the "display:none" setting to be able to see the thumbnails in file browser.
Could someone please tell me, how to enable the view for the thumbnails without having to change a core file?
Did i miss a setting somewhere?

Thank you very much in advance.
Shasaar
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#5
Thumbnails only show when the dropdown is images
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