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Thread began 9/30/2010 12:12 am by Jim376112 | Last modified 10/26/2010 1:38 pm by Jim376112 | 854 views | 6 replies


Hi Justin,

Wow - your answers just revealed something surprising! I didn't realize that there were so many images created for each original image. Here are some follow on questions:

1) Each image I uploaded has ten images associated with it; a copy of the original and nine "c & p" versions. Why does PowerGallery create so many versions when the files are "uploaded"? Isn't this a huge waste of storage space? Can I instruct PowerGallery to only generate what is needed for the particular Gallery I select?

2) If all these versions are already created, why is any processing needed if I want to change the Gallery style? Or is your instruction to "process an 'empty' watermark" only needed if I have added a new size to the code?

3) Since we have all of these versions of each file, is there any reason I can't delete (from the server) the files that I originally uploaded that were processed by PowerGallery when I selected a Gallery style?


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