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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 | 1182 views | 20 replies


Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  The reason why the server behavior only refers to the cache folder is that you can actually apply it to the entire page at once.

If you have a page and you want to use "crop from center" or "fit to box" on all images on the page, then instead of applying it to each image you can actually apply it to the entire page body and all images will automatically use the resizer... just change the width and height in the image property inspector and the rest is automatic.

This is also why we didn't include the width and height in the resizer itself.  

Nice job, Ray. I didn't even realize it could be used in such a manner. That will definitely speed things up with gallery creation.

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