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Hi @markus_blue_tomato

just wanted to let you know that I got rid of the errors 🙂 I used 1600x900 for the blurhash which led to the errors on the one hand and also to a huge filesize on the other hand. Changing the blurhash size to 16x9 solved both issues.

I didn't want to use a small hash at first, because the images are part of a slider and the small hash messed up the design. I also didn't want to code things into css. I ended up setting the width of the hash as style attribute. Seems to work fine and got the document size from 1MB to 25kB 😄  

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10 hours ago, bernhard said:

Hi @markus_blue_tomato

just wanted to let you know that I got rid of the errors 🙂 I used 1600x900 for the blurhash which led to the errors on the one hand and also to a huge filesize on the other hand. Changing the blurhash size to 16x9 solved both issues.

I didn't want to use a small hash at first, because the images are part of a slider and the small hash messed up the design. I also didn't want to code things into css. I ended up setting the width of the hash as style attribute. Seems to work fine and got the document size from 1MB to 25kB 😄  

Haha great, and sorry - I completely forgot the issue due some spontaneous new ProcessWire side project for the guest registration in Vienna/Lower Austria:
https://www.heute.at/s/cowirtat-hilft-bei-der-registrierung-im-gasthaus-100106087

 

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Hi,

I'm getting an error when trying to use this module:

Erreur fatale: Uncaught Error: Class 'kornrunner\Blurhash\Blurhash' not found in site/modules/ImageBlurhash/ImageBlurhash.module.php:245

#0 site/modules/ImageBlurhash/ImageBlurhash.module.php(71): ImageBlurhash->createBlurhash('/customers/a/6/...')
#1 wire/core/Wire.php (397): ImageBlurhash->hookSavePageField(Object(HookEvent))
#2 wire/core/WireHooks.php (927): Wire->_callMethod('hookSavePageFie...', Array)
#3 wire/core/Wire.php (465): WireHooks->runHooks(Object(FieldtypeImage), 'savePageField', Array)
#4 wire/core/PagesEditor.php (849): Wire->__call('savePageField', Array)
#5 wire/core/Pages.php (ligne 245 de site/modules/ImageBlurhash/ImageBlurhash.module.php)

Any ideas what's causing it?

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On 10/21/2020 at 1:01 PM, Beetrootman said:

Hi,

I'm getting an error when trying to use this module:


Erreur fatale: Uncaught Error: Class 'kornrunner\Blurhash\Blurhash' not found in site/modules/ImageBlurhash/ImageBlurhash.module.php:245

#0 site/modules/ImageBlurhash/ImageBlurhash.module.php(71): ImageBlurhash->createBlurhash('/customers/a/6/...')
#1 wire/core/Wire.php (397): ImageBlurhash->hookSavePageField(Object(HookEvent))
#2 wire/core/WireHooks.php (927): Wire->_callMethod('hookSavePageFie...', Array)
#3 wire/core/Wire.php (465): WireHooks->runHooks(Object(FieldtypeImage), 'savePageField', Array)
#4 wire/core/PagesEditor.php (849): Wire->__call('savePageField', Array)
#5 wire/core/Pages.php (ligne 245 de site/modules/ImageBlurhash/ImageBlurhash.module.php)

Any ideas what's causing it?

This module requires https://github.com/kornrunner/php-blurhash.

The best way to install ImageBlurhash is to install it via composer: 

composer require blue-tomato/image-blurhash

This install also all dependencies

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Hey I've made a pull request for ratio issues. 🙂

For composer I've seen your post regarding this, personally I'm not a big fan of the solution. Having this 2 separated ways to install a module makes it so that if you require dependencies, an installation from modules.processwire.com would fail, a zipped upload would fail, and an exported site profile with this module would also fail (And it's a no-brainer to include this module for a basic install).

Personally, I would include the dependency directly (even Ryan does this), at least until there's a better solution for this problem.

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Personally, I would include the dependency directly (even Ryan does this), at least until there's a better solution for this problem.

Here I was referring here to the Stripe package for Form Builder, but I searched a bit more and he also made another solution with the GoogleClientAPI: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/GoogleClientAPI/blob/master/GoogleClientConfig.php

@markus_blue_tomato if there was a way like this to install the dependency from the module's config screen, would you accept a pull request for this?

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On 11/18/2020 at 5:38 PM, Martin1 said:

Here I was referring here to the Stripe package for Form Builder, but I searched a bit more and he also made another solution with the GoogleClientAPI: https://github.com/ryancramerdesign/GoogleClientAPI/blob/master/GoogleClientConfig.php

@markus_blue_tomato if there was a way like this to install the dependency from the module's config screen, would you accept a pull request for this?

Sure you can :-)

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@markus_blue_tomato I've noticed that blurhashes aren't regenerated when images are replaced via drag-and-drop in the admin. Have you run into this or is this a known limitation of the module? Best way to reproduce is: clone a page with a populated single-image field, drag a new image into the image field of the cloned page and save. The blurhash still looks like the old image from the page it was cloned from.

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3 hours ago, d'Hinnisdaël said:

@markus_blue_tomato I've noticed that blurhashes aren't regenerated when images are replaced via drag-and-drop in the admin. Have you run into this or is this a known limitation of the module? Best way to reproduce is: clone a page with a populated single-image field, drag a new image into the image field of the cloned page and save. The blurhash still looks like the old image from the page it was cloned from.

@markus_blue_tomato One solution could be to store an extra key containing the last modified timestamp from the image together with the blurhash string, and then every time before output, compare the (current) images last modified timestamp with the stored one. If the stored one is older, regenerate the blurhash string.

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On 9/7/2021 at 5:05 PM, d'Hinnisdaël said:

@markus_blue_tomato I've noticed that blurhashes aren't regenerated when images are replaced via drag-and-drop in the admin. Have you run into this or is this a known limitation of the module? Best way to reproduce is: clone a page with a populated single-image field, drag a new image into the image field of the cloned page and save. The blurhash still looks like the old image from the page it was cloned from.

Hm, that sounds like a bug. I would appreciate an PR or Issue Report in Github since I'm very busy the next weeks.

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