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I'm trying to create a email mosaico template with image .gif but jquery resize my image and send gif broken. Is there any option to send a .gif correctly?

Thank you.

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    I've reproduced this - create a new email using versafix-1 template. Select the 258x150 image block. Upload a gif. Preview - it's not working! :( – Luke Stewart Jan 23 at 18:21
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    I was also able to replicate this using the mosaico.io template builder mosaico.io - this suggests this is a mosaico issue not a civicrm issue per say – Luke Stewart Jan 23 at 18:26
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    As a temporary workaround try manually uploading the gif then link to it using an <img> tag. – Luke Stewart Jan 23 at 18:28
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Did you find an answer to your question? It seems that the platform does not accept the .gif format.


Admin support and I figured it out... kinda:

  1. It works if you use the "traditional" email. The Mosaico version seems to strip the gifs away.
  2. If I view the resulting email through our standard email reader, it moves. If I view it through outlook, it does not.

Conclusion - Even if you get the gif to upload and go out properly, it doesn't work on all email readers and therefore is not a good solution for your email.

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The issue is with the intervention library used, which doesn't support animated GIFs. The intervention bug is 5+ years old.

While intervention is open source, the maintainer is mostly inactive, and hasn't released the source code of his new version, which he's been working on for years. I think it might be time to remove intervention from Mosaico.

Note also that there's an open Mosaico issue for this topic.

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