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From version < 27.6 >
edited by Sergiu Dumitriu
on 2010/10/25
To version < 27.7 >
edited by Sergiu Dumitriu
on 2010/10/25
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Change comment: Updated default image quality

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114 114  For a long time it was possible to scale attached images on the server, thus reducing the download time and ensuring consistent scaling of images across browsers. This is achieved by appending ##width## and/or ##height## query string parameters to the URL of the image. This feature has been further enhanced:
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116 116  * It is now possible to force the same aspect ratio of the original picture even when both width/height parameters were used (the ##keepAspectRatio## parameter). In case the requested width and height don't match the original aspect ratio, the image is resized to fit inside the rectangle defined by the two parameters, i.e. the resized image will not exceed the requested dimensions.
117 -* The size of the generated JPGs can be further tweaked by specifying an encoding ##quality## (the configurable default is at 30%, but will be changed to 50% before the final release). This does not affect lossless image formats such as PNG.
117 +* The size of the generated JPGs can be further tweaked by specifying an encoding ##quality## (the configurable default is at 50%). This does not affect lossless image formats such as PNG.
118 118  * The WYSIWYG editor also supports the width and height parameters, setting them as needed when manually resizing the image in the editor.
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