jacmaes

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  1. jacmaes

    My thoughts exactly. A video + a code console to play with the API, as mentioned before, would be much more effective.
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    @horst Niiiice! I've just tried on a live server with PHP 7.2 installed. Your code works great. The Webp image is successfully generated from the original JPEG. Here's how I've echoed it: $main_image = $page->image->first->getCrop('grande'); // (using Horst's Croppable Image module in this example) $image = imagecreatefromjpeg($main_image->filename); imagewebp($image, str_replace('.jpg', '.webp', $main_image->filename)); imagedestroy($image); $webp_image = str_replace('.jpg', '.webp', $main_image->url); echo "<img class='responsive-image' src='$webp_image' alt=''>"; Note: for those using the Plesk control panel, webp support for GD seems to be disabled by default.
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    Yes, imagemagick supports it: https://imagemagick.org/script/webp.php Thanks @horst!!
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    I think the Cloudinary image conversion service (they have a generous free tier) could take care of the conversion. They support TIFF. You can use their Fetch method to remotely transform your TIFFs.
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    @Mikel Pretty sure you can’t subscribe to a list you previously unsubscribed from. It’s a Mailchimp “feature”.
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    @mel47 Try removing “async defer”.
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    As @bernhard said, the UI is really nice. It's clever, smooth and minimal, and only shows a wealth of options when you actually need them.
  8. @flydev the clear log button will be helpful, thanks. I have one request: when upgrading to the latest version, I have to manually move the SDK files from the old folder (starting with a dot: ".Duplicator") to the new, updated one. Is there a way to automate this task? It's easy to do manually but I have to remember to do it each time I upgrade.
  9. Goddady's PHP version: 5.4. Good news: Google Drive works flawlessly on my VPS. This is great, thanks @flydev !
  10. The latest dev, 3.085. Maybe curl support is restricted on Goddady, which wouldn't surprise me considering my (awful) experience with them. I'm trying on another server (VPS). So far I'm not getting this error message.
  11. Sorry, I should have checked the docs first. I'm getting the following error with Google Drive: Error: Call to undefined function GuzzleHttp\Handler\curl_reset() (line 78 of /home/mydomain/public_html/site/site/modules/Duplicator/SDKs/google-api-php-client-2.2.0/vendor/guzzlehttp/guzzle/src/Handler/CurlFactory.php) This site is hosted on a cheap, shared Godaddy account by the way.
  12. @flydev I've uploaded the "Duplicator-SDKs" folder via FTP into the "Duplicator" folder in the modules directory, but the checkbox for Google Drive (I'm only interested in this SDK, not Amazon's) stays greyed out. Is there something else I should do?
  13. @flydev The FTP issue that I was having a few versions back has been resolved with the recent updates. Thanks!
  14. Thanks @flydev for your work on this module. I keep getting the following error when trying to use FTP: "[FTP] error: invalid file 2017-12-04_07-01-36-glosas.anle.us.package.zip, bad extension" I don't understand what "bad extension" means. I've tried leaving the Name field for the backup file blank (default state), and changing it also (which by the way seems to have no effect), but I get the same error. Another question: are you going to upload the Google Drive SDK? I get a 404 error when clicking on "you can download it here..." Thanks.
  15. Thanks a million, @kongondo ! You pointed me to the right direction. In the end I had to loop through the $all_options as you anticipated. The following works: // get the Select Options Field $field = $fields->get('licences'); // get all the defined options $all_options = $field->type->getOptions($field); foreach($all_options as $licence) { // check 'checked' status $checked = $user->licences->get("id={$licence->id}") ? ' checked': ''; $my_form .= "<label for='$licence->id'> <input name='carnet_de_conducir[]' type='checkbox' id='$licence->id' value='$licence->id' $checked>$licence->title</label>"; } After hours of wasted sleep and overengineered failed attempts, here you come to save the day with this classically elegant and readable PW snippet. I'm so grateful ! Gottta love this forum.