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  • Jess Bonde 25 posts 55 karma points
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 10:39
    Jess Bonde
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    bordercolor=ffffff renders black border

    I can render other bordercolors. Tried 00FFFF, FFFF00.
    When I write bordercolor=FFFFFF the border is black.

    Did a workaround and made the border FFFFFE. Turns out the compression makes it white anyway.
    I have ImageGen 2.5.2 on a 4.11.5 Umbraco

    /Jess

  • Douglas Robar 3570 posts 4670 karma points MVP 6x admin c-trib
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 11:08
    Douglas Robar
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    Hi, Jess,

    There are two solutions for this problem:

    1. Use bordercolor=white
    2. Upgrade to 2.5.7

    cheers,
    doug. 

  • Jess Bonde 25 posts 55 karma points
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 12:46
    Jess Bonde
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    Hmmm.. installing 2.5.7 killed my dev site. 500 Internal Server Error.
    (Tried with bordercolor=white)

  • Douglas Robar 3570 posts 4670 karma points MVP 6x admin c-trib
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 13:17
    Douglas Robar
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    At a guess, you installed the full ImageGen package and not the upgrade file? If so, you will probably have 4 'imagegen' entries in your site's web.config file rather than the 2 that are required (in other words, each entry is duplicated, which will cause your site to give a 500 error). Open the web.config and remove the duplicate entries and all should be fine again.

    cheers,
    doug. 

  • Jess Bonde 25 posts 55 karma points
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 14:06
    Jess Bonde
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    You're right, thanks ;o)
    The instructions say: Delete all 'cached' folders.
    What are those folders please?

    Thanks,
    /Jess

  • Douglas Robar 3570 posts 4670 karma points MVP 6x admin c-trib
    Apr 29, 2013 @ 14:23
    Douglas Robar
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    ImageGen created on-disk cached images of all those that have been requested so that they never need be created again. There's a chance that from version to version the algorithm has changed and to avoid risk of using a cached image that isn't any longer correct you should delete all the folders of the name 'cached' from your site. 

    'Cached' folders will appear as a sub-directory below the folder containing the image(s) you resize with ImageGen. Typically these would be in the /data/ folder and scattered below the /media/xyz/ folders. Though you might have them in other places on the site depending on where the images are that you are resizing with ImageGen.

    It is always safe to delete 'cached' folders as ImageGen will re-create the on-disk cache as needed.

    cheers,
    doug. 

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