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As Designed Optional Extra Attachments Filesize

Discussion in 'Resolved Bugs' started by ManagerJosh, Jun 21, 2015.

  1. ManagerJosh

    ManagerJosh New Member Xen Product Manager

    Observed Behavior:

    It appears the optional extra attachments file size is dependent on XenForo Options > Attachments > Maximum Attachment File Size (KB) instead of XenForo Options > Xen Product Manager Options > Maximum Product File Size (KB).

    Expected Behavior:
    Optional Extra Attachment sizes are dependent on the Xen Product Manager Options > Maximum Product File Size (KB), not the Attachments > Maximum Attachment File Size (KB).

    Actual Behavior:
    Optional Extra Attachment sizes are dependent on the Attachments > Maximum Attachment File Size (KB).
     
  2. Chris D

    Chris D Xen Resources Developer Staff Member Xen Notices

    That option is specifically for products.

    People are likely going to want to allow larger sized products than they would do image attachments, hence why it has its own option for products.
     
  3. ManagerJosh

    ManagerJosh New Member Xen Product Manager

    I respectfully disagree Chris.

    Additional Download being offered in XPM (under optional extras) somewhat implies it is for the the attachment in XPM, not image attachments.

    Capture - XPM.JPG
     
  4. Chris D

    Chris D Xen Resources Developer Staff Member Xen Notices

    That option specifically applies to product versions. Anything else (product images, optional extras, etc.) comes from the default XF attachment options setting.

    Suggestions for change can be made in the suggestions forum.
     
  5. ManagerJosh

    ManagerJosh New Member Xen Product Manager

    So just that we're on the same page... under Optional Extras, where there is a "Purchase Reward", that follows Maximum Attachment File Size (KB)?
     
  6. Chris D

    Chris D Xen Resources Developer Staff Member Xen Notices

    That's correct.

    It's not a product version, so it is not covered by the "Maximum Product File Size (KB)" option.
     

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