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Just to be clear, what exactly do you want to do? Do you want to make the images themselves smaller so they take up less space on the server or create separate thumbnails for the images and still upload the actual images in their original size?

The solution to this problem will probably be to avoid Rightload's thumbnailing function and use the alternative image resizing function, but the final process differs depending on what you want to do.

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: Upload fails with error
« on: July 05, 2010, 11:23:11 PM »
I assume you mean version 1.9? If you want I could send you a new beta version that should either fix the problem or at least give you some more detail about what went wrong during the upload. Alternatively, you could try to download the updated Imageshack plugin from the download page (if you haven't already).

General / MOVED: New Members
« on: July 05, 2010, 11:03:12 PM »

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: New Members
« on: July 05, 2010, 11:03:03 PM »
You will have to provide some more information if you want us to help you. What exactly is the problem?

I'm sorry you are having problems! Does it happen every time your resize those pictures? If it does, it would be great if you could try a debug version of Rightload to help me identify the problem.

Are you using the real resizing feature or the thumbnailing feature?

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: Request Mediafire Server File!!
« on: June 21, 2010, 08:32:35 PM »
I got a reply from them now - they don't have an Upload API and also don't sound like they are planning on creating one. Unfortunately, I won't be able to write a plugin in that case. Sorry!

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: HTTP upload problem
« on: June 21, 2010, 02:53:24 PM »
Great to hear, have fun with Rightload then! :)

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: HTTP upload problem
« on: June 21, 2010, 02:40:36 PM »
What did you use as the "File Regular Expression"? If the page only contains the URL (no HTML) it should be something like ^(.*)$ with position of matching bracket = 1.

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: HTTP upload problem
« on: June 21, 2010, 01:14:55 PM »
If you wrote the script yourself, couldn't you just add an optional "rightload" parameter, that if set just "echo"s the final URL instead of redirecting to the image? Then you could setup Rightload to upload the picture with that parameter set and easily extract the URL.

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: Request Mediafire Server File!!
« on: June 21, 2010, 01:12:32 PM »
I am looking into this, but Mediafire does not seem to provide a public API for uploading, which is what would be required to write a plugin for them. I have contacted them now and will let you know what they say.

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: HTTP upload problem
« on: June 21, 2010, 01:05:14 PM »
Does it actually redirect via a header redirect (Location: ...) or via HTML/Javascript? If it is a header, your only option right now would be to write a custom plugin that uploads the file using cURL and then interprets the headers somehow. You can find more details on that here:,104.0.html

If it is HTML, you can just create a new HTTP server for your uploader. The only slightly complicated thing would be to figure out what the regular expression for finding the new URL is. If you can't make it work, I could try to help you if you send me an email.

Rightload - Official Forums / Re: Tinypic plugin broken?
« on: June 21, 2010, 01:01:40 PM »
You do not need to use the "Import Server" tool for plugins! Just extract both the dll and the xml to your Rightload\plugins directory (which it looks like you did already) and then go to Tools -> Options -> Plugins and enable the new plugin by ticking the box in the left list.

I am sorry for the confusion!

Rightload - Official Forums / Rightload Translations
« on: June 21, 2010, 12:39:22 PM »
These are translation files supplied by Rightload users. Please use them at your own risk.

If you would like to help translate Rightload, please read the tutorial here:,298.0.html :)

To install these translations, extract the main folder from the ZIP file to Rightload's locale directory (usually "C:\Program Files (x86)\Rightload\locale" or "C:\Program Files\Rightload\locale"). If everything worked, you should see the new language in your Tools -> Language menu after the next time you restart Rightload.

Updated: February 2010

Documentation / How to translate Rightload
« on: June 21, 2010, 12:33:17 PM »
First of all, thank you for helping to improve Rightload! :)

Before you start, please post in this thread which language you are working on! This way, you can make sure no-one else is working on the same language.

To translate Rightload into your language, you first need to install a program called Poedit ( Poedit is an editor for .po-files, which is what Rightload uses for translations. The first time you run it, it will ask you for your name and email address. This will later be displayed in Rightload's "About" box.

After the installation, you can load Rightload's default.po file in Poedit - just download the file from -> here <- and open it in Poedit by clicking File -> Open...

When the file is loaded you first need to set the catalog settings - click on Catalog -> Settings and enter "Rightload" for the project name. The other settings depend on your translation, but you can leave most of them empty.

And now you can start translating! :)
Just select an entry in the list on top and then enter the translation in the lower text box at the bottom. The upper text box will show the entire text you have to translate. You can identify the strings you still have to translate by looking for lines with bold text in the list. There will be some things that don't make sense to translate - for example names and URLs. These you can just leave untranslated.

When you save your translations, Poedit will create two files - and default.po. The .po file is the original file, which you should keep for future changes. The .mo file is the compiled fill which will actually be used by Rightload. Please send both these files to me when you are done, so I can include them in the next version!

You can also test your translations by yourself. Just go to the "locale" folder in your Rightload directory (e.g. "C:\Program Files (x86)\Rightload\locale") and create a new folder there named after the language you are translating to. Then enter the folder you just created and create a new folder there called "LC_MESSAGES". Into that folder then put the "" file that you saved with Poedit. The next time you start Rightload you should be able to select your translation as a new option under Tools -> Language!

If you have any questions, please post here or contact me!

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