thumbnails not assigning to *.doc and *.pdf files?

Still loving this program!
Read on site that I could assign a thumbnail to any file type, not just movies and audio files, so I have tried to assign thumbs to a word doc and a pdf file. The files are in the photo directory, and I have named the thumbs as I did for the movie and audio files, but it does not work for the doc and pdfs, only for the movies and audio.
Like the word doc is "resume.doc", and the thumb image is called "resume.doc.jpg". I only get little squares that can be clicked on, but nothing happens.
Did I missunderstand, is it possible to assign thumbs to these file types so people can download them?
thanks
Greg

It should be possible, but I

It should be possible, but I am afraid there is a little bug regarding this feature.
I'll check it and post here some bug fix.

great thanks, I will look

great thanks, I will look for it.
greg

Gregory Little
Professor of Digital Arts
School of Art
Bowling Green State University

Hello Greg,

Hello Greg,

i just released a fix for this bug, even if you put there no screenshots a default thumbnail for any file will be displayed. I just copied the bug fix from the new version to this one so it was done in 5 minutes. May be you should delete the cache in Setup->Cache Options to make it work correctly.

I hope this will work and there are no more bugs regarding this feature :)

Patrik

thanks Patrik, I just

thanks Patrik, I just downloaded phpAlbum_v0.4.1.14_fix01.zip , is this the version with the fix? which file(s) do I need to replace? Is it just main.php? Thanks again!!

Gregory Little
Professor of Digital Arts
School of Art
Bowling Green State University

Hello Greg,

Hello Greg,

you were faster then me, try to go to the download page and download it now. I just changed the link there to the new fix02 version.
In release notes for the new version there is described what was changed if you want to update.

Have a nice day!

Patrik

I went to sleep. I will

I went to sleep. I will check it out in a bit, thanks again!
Gregory Little
Professor of Digital Arts
School of Art
Bowling Green State University

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