Support » Plugin: WebLibrarian » AWS Import Image

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  • Plugin Author Robert Heller

    (@robertpheller)

    Not sure — I’d have to look at the product database API to see if there is a parameter controlling this.

    Plugin Author Robert Heller

    (@robertpheller)

    Ok, I’ve had a look. The ‘medium’ image is returned. The web librarian code is hard-coded to use the ‘small’ image for the thumbnail image. I suppose I can change the code to provide a choise of images to use.

    Plugin Author Robert Heller

    (@robertpheller)

    Ok, I made a new release with the JavaScript updated. If you do a Lookup Item, all three image sizes, small, medium, and large (if available) are displayed and any of the three can be inserted as the thumbnail.

    Great! Thanks.

    I made an additional change to the admin.css to

    #aws-formframe {
    width: 100%;
    height: 750px;

    I made it bigger to see the entire image, just felt less cramped IMHO.

    Thanks again for the change.

    Also for my own reference when an update is released and those always using any other size but small, I made a change at line 227 – 231 of AWSFunction.js

    var smallimage = item.getElementsByTagName('SmallImage')[0];
    	if (smallimage != null)
    	{
                var smallimageURL = smallimage.getElementsByTagName('URL')[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue;
                win.WEBLIB_InsertThumb(smallimageURL);

    changed to:

    var mediumimage = item.getElementsByTagName('MediumImage')[0];
    	if (mediumimage != null)
    	{
                var mediumimageURL = mediumimage.getElementsByTagName('URL')[0].childNodes[0].nodeValue;
                win.WEBLIB_InsertThumb(mediumimageURL);
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