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Old 11-16-2006, 01:26 AM
ziG ziG is offline
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Default Thumbnail to URL issue

hey

i'm having an issue with the custom field thumbnail to url option

whenver i upload a picture for the thumbnail and enter the url, the thumbnail shows up fine but the link is always dead due to the script displaying the url like this:

http://http://www.whatever.com/whate...iamlinkingitto

notice the two "http://"

ive then tried going in afterwards and deleting the url, and placing the url in without http:// and it just adds two of them again

whats going on here? how can I fix it? i tried upgrading to the latest version of gars and didn't seem to do anything.

also how can i customize/fix the block that the thumbnail shows up in. i'd like to resize the thumbnail image (its to small for my liking) and possibly add a text link underneath instead of the image itself being a clickable link.
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