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I'm currently working my way through O'Reilly's "Using Drupal", but I appear to have reached an impasse.

I'm trying to specify a view mode for a File field-type which utilises the Media File Selector widget. The problem is, I'm not getting any of my set Image Styles in the View Mode drop-down. I'm just getting:

  • default
  • teaser
  • Full Content etc.

(see screenshot of view mode options: http://i.imgur.com/CdogRKu.png)
(this screenshot shows my image styles: http://i.imgur.com/ZRE8nqO.png)

The book was published April 2012 so I'm not sure if anything might have changed significantly since then? I'm using the most up-to-date version of Drupal and all modules.

Can anyone tell me if this is wrong way to perform this task, and if so what the right way is?

Cheers!

  • FYI it's Drupal 7, in case you hadn't guessed. – chrxr Jun 19 '13 at 15:31
  • Looks like "View Mode" refers to the context in which the content is being displayed - not your image derivatives. – Adam Balsam Jun 19 '13 at 18:56
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It appears that things have changed.

Applying image styles is now done exclusively through the structure->file types->images menu.

More extensive instruction can be found in this answer: How to set Media Styles in Media 7.1.2 / Media 7.2.X?

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