Last modified: 2010-05-15 15:38:28 UTC
== Thumbnail Help==
I have this same code on my own wiki page and it doesn't work! I'm using 1.5. It doesn't show the
a thumbnailed image when I use the "thumb" option. There's just a red X where the image should be
showing up. Is there some option I didn't set? Thanks.
What is your environment? Are you using GD Library ?
This might be a duplicate of bug#2720
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> What is your environment? Are you using GD Library ?
> This might be a duplicate of bug#2720
I'm using Windows XP, Mediawiki 1.5beta3, PHP Version 3.4.0 (from the TSW package TSW_3.4.0.exe on sourceforge). Can I do
anything in my current environment to fix the problem? Or do I need to download a new PHP? Thanks for the help.
Also, it looks like GD is enabled (I see the line "extension=php_gd2.dll" in my php.ini).
(In reply to comment #2)
> I'm using Windows XP, Mediawiki 1.5beta3, PHP Version 3.4.0 (from the TSW
package TSW_3.4.0.exe on sourceforge). Can I do
> anything in my current environment to fix the problem? Or do I need to
download a new PHP? Thanks for the help.
The Saint WAMP (TSW) 3.4.0 has recent enough components: Apache 2.0.50, MySQL
4.0.20, PHP 5.0.0.
Did you see Ashar's first suggestion in bug 2848 comment 1 ?
Are thumbnail files appearing in the "images" sub-folders ?
Can you check the PHP error_log ?
Yes I saw his comment. I installed ImageMagick and changed the approproate lines in LocalSettings.php to enable it. But
still have the same result.
The images are not being generated in "images" subfolders. As a result I see the following errors in the error log:
[Thu Jul 14 09:18:59 2005] [error] [client 220.127.116.11] File does not exist: C:/Program
My LocalSettings.php looks like this:
$wgEnableUploads = true;
$wgUseImageResize = true;
$wgUseImageMagick = true;
$wgImageMagickConvertCommand = "C:\\Program Files\\imagemagick-6.2.3-q16\\convert.exe";