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  1. Hi everyone! So I've been going over all the Animated GIF topics before posting this, but unfortunately I'm none the wiser at the moment. I'm super happy Horst's module has been included into the Core install, but as you might guess...I'm still having issues with my Animated GIFs 😞 CMS & File checklist: Double-checked if the module is installed = YES Correct upload of GIF = YES Testing GIF has 72dpi & is 1000x1000px & 563kb = Shouldn't cause any problem, right? Uploaded GIF still shows animation in backend = YES ProcessWire is up to date = 3.0.108 Front-end tests: Tried the following code, to see if it had to do with the way I'm resizing, but both with no results. <?php echo $img->width(720)->url?> <?php echo $img->size(720, 0)->url?> Here's the big catch though: If I just echo the $img->url it will show the GIF...so it has to do with the resizing...but this is where I got stranded... UPDATE: Just in case, I also added the PHP & MySQL versions I'm running. Server's online not local. PHP 5.6.32 (in the overview) ----> But it's in fact, when going to the PHP admin, it's running PHP 7.0. Any chance this is what's causing the issue? MySQL 5.6.23-78.1 Any tips?
  2. Running into Error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 12288 bytes) (line 190 of /srv/users/serverpilot/apps/hortons/public/site/modules/ImageAnimatedGif/ImageAnimatedGif.module) I'm running PW 3.0.42. Not come across this before on a image field with a gif uploaded, anyone have any insight? Thanks
  3. Hi! I have a image field with echo image->size(300,300)->url; here: http://nicegrp.co.uk/dev/mpa/ which when a gif is added the animation works fine. however on another page: http://nicegrp.co.uk/dev/mpa/illustrators/melvin-galapon/ im using: echo image->size(300,0)->url; the animation is not retained, cant see any other differences.
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