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  • #118783
    spiffo
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    Hi, anyone else having problems creating a New – Download from the Dashboard?

    Every time I try and upload the new Panel I get an Http Error !

    #118786
    spiffo
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    OK, it could be a size limit thing.

    I just tried a small file and that worked fine.

    My new updated DX11 Panel is 3.7mb which is below the 16mb limit that is stated but still ???

    UPDATE: Yep anything over approx 1mb is giving me an HTTP Error

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    #118789
    dnaldoog
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    3.7mb sounds very large for a bpanelz file, but sounds about right for a panel file. Are you exporting the panel as compressed binary and resources?

    #118791
    spiffo
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    Yep, it’s the ‘Compressed Binary + Resources’

    It’s as big as it is, what can I say?

    I could slim it down a bit by reusing more of the same graphics, switching to lower quality .jpg instead of .png, etc but that’s a lot more work for me and I’ll never get it under 1mb.

    So my point is that there seems to be something wrong with the WordPress settings?

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    #118795
    dnaldoog
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    My C-PLG150-AN panel weighs in at 1.4mb and my JD-990 panel under 1mb. I consider both to contain a lot of code i.e they are complex. It’s hard to imagine your panel being almost 3x the size (but of course I haven’t seen it), so I wonder if you have extraneous image files in the APPDATA folder that got included, like a psd file or tiff file or something? Your last panel was 999KB right?

    #118798
    spiffo
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    OK, I’ve optimsed some of the larger graphics and got the file size down to 1.8mb

    I still get the HTTP Error !

    Thinking about it, I could optimise further as I use a lot of the same background image but just at different sizes, if I just use one large image then ‘stretch to fit’ in all cases I can get away with just the one background image only?

    But there still seems to be something wrong with the Worpress Settings, can you confirm that you cannot create a Download any bigger than 1mb?

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    #118800
    Possemo
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    I wouldn’t bother to cut down the panel in order to being able to upload it here. Just use google drive, ms one drive or something similar. I think google drive is very nice, you get 15gb of free space. Google won’t delete your data after while like other free cloud services.

    #118801
    dnaldoog
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    From my experience 1mb is the limit. That’s why I don’t/can’t post the plg150an panel here, as I said it is 1.4mb, but host it on SourceForge.

    #118803
    spiffo
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    Ah ok, it just confused me because it quite clearly states the limit is 16mb in the Download Window!

    Cheers, as always.

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