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Image Resizer Build GMC4 Available for WCE

Thread began 9/03/2010 6:20 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 9/13/2010 2:32 pm by Anna Robinson | 825 views | 20 replies

John LangerBeta Tester

Yes, I can see the benefit of this.

Just a couple of things. I did a test page with three images (all the same one) and resized them in various ways just to see how it worked. Then in the Server behaviours panel I get three instances of the behaviour but they all say the same "Image Resizer (image_cache)" Is there a way to show which is which? A small thing really.

Secondly, I'm a bit confused over what crop from centre actually means. I had an image 250 x 226 and cropped from centre expecting it to crop out a section of the image but all it did was resize it to the new size (in this case 50 x 50). So I end up with a thumbnail of the complete image. What's the difference between that and fit to box. I'm sure it's just me being thick.

Apart from that marvellous! :)

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