View Full Version : Some images don't appear in the blog
12-16-2007, 08:25 PM
When I try to upload .jpg images from my Canon Ixus to my blog, everything seems to be ok, but they don't appear at the end of the upload page. There is nothing after the upload: no text error, no image, nothing. But the images are uploaded on the server.
I found a way to make it working: I open the picture with Gimp, I copy paste the image in a new document and I save it in jpg again on my disk. Then it works perfectly.
Has Pixelpost problems with some jpg format ? Has Canon problems with jpg ? Do you have any idea for this ?
Thank you for your help, Pixelpost is very useful and nice !
(and sorry for my bad english)
12-16-2007, 09:00 PM
I'm not exactly sure what it could be. The first thing that comes to mind is problems with handling the EXIF info.
If you can upload the original picture and provide a link to it, Dennis, our "EXIF guy" (among many other things), will most likely be willing to take a look at it in his spare time.
12-17-2007, 06:58 AM
I own a Canon Ixus 70 and have no problems. Please try upgrading to the Release Candidate of Pixelpost 1.7 as this might fix all the problems.
12-17-2007, 07:39 PM
Thank you for your responses. I upgrade to v 1.7 but i have the same problem.
With some pictures, when i press "upload", pixelpost show me just the menu bar and nothing else. (with v1.6, it showed me the empty image page again. With 1.7, i see only the image bar and everything else is white on my screen). The pictures are uploaded but don'tappear in the images section of pixelpost. I think this is a file format problem but i don't understand. All are .jpg. This work only when i go to gimp and re-save the picture after a copy paste of the picture.
Thank you for your help.
With v 1.7 and the new resize addon, it's bad that the resize option is always on "no" on the image page. With v1.6, the resize option was set on the last choice i made.
12-18-2007, 01:10 AM
The resize option for 1.7 changed. It is no longer saved. You must enable it each time. I'll post a code hack if you wish.
Also, please upload an "untouched/non re-saved" photo for us to download and test.
12-18-2007, 06:39 AM
Could it be that your original image is too large and you get a server timeout?
12-18-2007, 07:05 PM
Hello, Thank you for your help. I don't think it is a time out error, that's not long. Very short.
I upload and i'll send by private message an exampleof original picture to "dwilkinsjr" and "Dennis".
12-18-2007, 08:19 PM
I can not find any error in the image. It works like a charm on my development version.
12-19-2007, 06:11 PM
Are you cropping or optimizing the image for the web? It may be that the image file size is just too big...
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