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Image Resizer Beta Build Available

Thread began 11/17/2010 5:04 pm by Anna Robinson | Last modified 8/06/2011 3:58 pm by toms016390756 | 2665 views | 2 replies |

Anna Robinson

Image Resizer Beta Build Available

A beta build for Image Resizer is now available. Visit the Download Center; click on Image Resizer, then the Beta Build section of the page.

This build corrected an issue that caused a placeholder image tag to replace anything highlighted in code or design view. Now, an image will only be inserted at the designated point of selection.

This build will also allow you to work with image dimensions specified in inline CSS. (Image dimensions specified in classes are still not supported.)


As quality assurance is not fully complete on beta builds, technical support cannot be provided. However, if you experience any issues with this beta build, please report the issue in this forum. We appreciate all the feedback we can get on beta builds. This will allow us to strengthen the next stable dot release. The last stable build will remain in the Download Center and you can always revert to it should you experience problems with the beta.

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Many thanks, works great now! :)

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