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If I understand you added a print for field 1 and 2 of the current photo and you got a zero for the heigth?

Yes, that is what I did.

Forgot to mention that my OS is Slackware64 and GD is v2.56. With the '-debug' flag, the output is:

Considering files[0] /home/.../picwoodpecker/2016_11_11_12_50_13_0.jpg photo data NOT defined for files[0] filled photo data for current: files[0] draw_photo got: /home/.../picwoodpecker/2016_11_11_12_50_13_0.jpg|2272|1704|un +def|undef|THUMB|PHOTO GD Warning: one parameter to a memory allocation multiplication is neg +ative or zero, failing operation gracefully

Regards, Stefan


In reply to Re^3: resampling an image using GD not working on Linux by stefbv
in thread resampling an image using GD not working on Linux by Discipulus

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