You can open this dialog in two different ways:
Calendar plugin properties
Options tab / Enable display of resources / Image / Edit image format
Calendar plugin properties / Add file data field / Edit format
View file selection
Options tab / Edit settings for thumbnails or gallery
The dialog shown here is opened from the calendar plugin properties.
The first two settings described below are not available for the the
View file selection
Display link to image in full size
With this setting, a tooltip is displayed, which shows the image in its
original size, when the image is clicked on.
- Rotate images in original size
This function corresponds to the setting
"Rotate images" (see below), but in this
case, the image's original size is maintained.
Most cameras write information about the image's orientation (rotated by
90, 180 or 270 degrees) in the header of the image file. With this setting,
this information is evaluated
and the images are rotated automatically when they are shown in the portal,
so that they are not upside down.
The maximum size of the image can be predefined here. Larger images will be
reduced proportionately, smaller images will not be changed.
Enter the maximum width here.
Enter the maximum height here.
The image's width and height will be adjusted to the surrounding element.
Enlarge small images
Smaller images are enlarged based on the predefined maximum size.
Optimize file size for thumbnails
Reduces the file size for the sake of increasing the application page's
Thumbnail for files
Here, you can choose from the following options that determine how a thumbnail will be displayed instead of the original image.
Dependent on file type
In the "fileextension.properties" file,
which can be found in the
portal directory /internal/cfg,
you can specify which file type is connected with which thumbnail image.
With this option, an image predefined by Intrexx is used.
This option allows you select a static image. The button
is then activated. Click on this button to open a dialog
desired image can be selected.