On 07/19/2005 08:28:26 PM, Tim Allen wrote:
> I've noticed a peculiarity of the current web page report in the way it=20
> handles the thumbnails for images.
> Normally, afaict, for each person the first image will have a thumbnail=20
> of height 236 pixels made for it, and the other images that appear in=20
> the gallery below have 88 pixel thumbnails. However, if you have an=20
> image that is referenced by multiple people, and if one has it as the=20
> first image but the other has it in the gallery, then it's possible for=20
> the 88 pixel height thumbnail to take precedence, and to appear on the=20
> first person's page, scaled to 236 and looking terrible.
> At least that's my best current theory as to why some of my pages have=20
> mis-scaled thumbnails. As a suggestion for how to fix this, a different=20
> filename convention could be used for the two different sizes of=20
> thumbnails, so that both thumbnails are written out to different=20
> filenames for images that need it.
I checked the code. You are correct, that's what's hapenning.
Could you please file a bug report over at
Otherwise we tend to forget things :-)
Alexander Roitman http://www.gramps-project.org