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MediaPress Storage Limit

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    CARLETON SYPH on #4640

    I’m checking out a couple of things with the mediapress storage limit for paidmemberships pro. I was wondering if there is anyway to show, the amount of storage used by member?

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    Brajesh Singh on #4641

    Hi Carleton,
    Yes, you can enable that from MediaPress->settings->General and checking

    
    Show upload Quota?
    

    to yes.

    Does that work for you or not?

    Thank you
    Brajesh

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    CARLETON SYPH on #4642

    It works like a charm!

    You’re 2 for 2 my friend… So here’s a third pitch… Is there a way to display the user’s mediapress storage space, by item “or” gallery. For example, I was wondering whether after loading a picture, if a user can then open up the picture to determine how much space it consumed. ie 1.3MB and/or 1% of the total allocate to them?

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    Brajesh Singh on #4644

    Hi Carleton,

    1.For Image, It is possible to show that info with little code but that will not make any sense. MediaPress creates 3 copies(thumb, mid, large) and keeps the original image as well. So displaying the stat for the displayed image will not make much sense without adding the details for all of these three. If we do add these three, It will confuse the user.

    So, what do you suggest will be good idea?

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    CARLETON SYPH on #4661
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    Brajesh Singh on #4662

    Thank you.
    The handling of deletion is exactly as you expect. Individual thumbnails can not be deleted by the user. if they delete the image, all versions of the images are deleted.

    I will look at the most efficient way of showing the size and will post back.

    PS: I believe the best way to show the size is to use the size of the original image.

    Thank you
    Brajesh

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    CARLETON SYPH on #4664
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