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CountessD

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Hello,

 

I recently installed osC through fantastico on my server (running 2.2 RC2a) , I used to have an older -older- version and remember changing the images from the css file, however now I wanted to change most of the gifs to png files and I can't find where they all are located to change the extension on the files. :blush:

It's a stupid question I know, but I've been looking around and can't seem to find them.

 

Thanks for your help!

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Hello,

 

I recently installed osC through fantastico on my server (running 2.2 RC2a) , I used to have an older -older- version and remember changing the images from the css file, however now I wanted to change most of the gifs to png files and I can't find where they all are located to change the extension on the files. :blush:

It's a stupid question I know, but I've been looking around and can't seem to find them.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

 

I would of thought that the obvious place to look would be inside your images folder

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I would of thought that the obvious place to look would be inside your images folder

 

You would have, wouldn't you?

 

But that's not what I meant.

Unless the script grabs whatever has the proper file name regardless of extension, and I think it doesn't seeing as I have the png files uploaded already and the gifs deleted, I would think I need to change the xx.gif to xx.png on a file somewhere.

 

That's the file I'm looking for, not the images themselves. ;)

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You would have, wouldn't you?

 

But that's not what I meant.

Unless the script grabs whatever has the proper file name regardless of extension, and I think it doesn't seeing as I have the png files uploaded already and the gifs deleted, I would think I need to change the xx.gif to xx.png on a file somewhere.

 

That's the file I'm looking for, not the images themselves. ;)

 

Hi CountessD

 

If you can't find the reference to the image files in the scripts then try changing the extension name of your .png images to .gif (if they are the same names as previously) and see if it reads them. Just do a couple at a time to start. If that does the trick, great. Otherwise you probably have to open the .php files to find where the images are mentioned, start with index.php in the catalog folder, then its a hunt.

 

Good Luck

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