Many people seemed to have the trouble that when clicking on an image in the gallery, they were taken to a medium-size version of the image.
I have the opposite problem. When clicking on a thumbnail in a gallery, I am taken to a full-size image, and that messes up the layout of the flexible-width theme I am using (Rubric).
I imagine that because there is no default width in the Rubric theme, the nominally "medium" image size displayed in the image view actually has no explicit size set; so it takes the original size as the default.
Is there any way to fix this?
Possible solutions and why they don't work/apply:
1) Set medium image size. Cannot be done from the interface (only thumbnail size can be set).
2) Change to fixed-width theme. I hate those narrow, horribly tall blog things, so I don't want to do this. Rubric is a very nice, easily readable theme that I like.
3) Edit code to set image width to "width='100%'" or something similar, which would make it stretch the entire contents of its table cell. Cannot do because no access to HTML code produced by Gallery shortcode.
Thanks for any help. Sorry if this was in the forums somewhere, I didn't find it, been looking at this stuff for a couple of hours now.