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The antialiasing seems completely off.
Furthermore, How can I avoid the background-image disappears after a "drop and success" upload files ?
The message disappears because of the selectedfiles event, which adds the class started to the dropzone. The CSS hides the message. You can change the css, or register for the selectedfiles event, and remove the started class again. But I doubt that it will look good
Thanks Enyo for your help!
It will look good since I'm programmatically moving the preview thumbnails in an other area :-)
Currently, It is that area looking bad since I have not produced yet the css
Ok. Then I'd suggest you just overwrite the selectedfiles option and provide an empty function.
As a side note: I'll soon provide the possibility to define a different thumbnail container than the dropzone. So you won't be needing to move the thumbnails yourself.
Just a word: Awesome! Having the possibility to define the thumbs container in an other area of the page gives to the web developer great flexibility on the page layout (structure and paint design)
Perfect, I'll follow your suggestion.. thanks again
@SimoneTaliercio I just stumbled upon this issue again. Just for the record: the option exists now and is called previewsContainer.
About the antialiasing: I did lots of tests. It's just how the font renders. Nothing to do about it.