|Erik||06/29/2010 10:57 am|
|I'm trying NOT to download very large images, all of which have a height OVER 2048 pixels (if portrait) or have a width OVER 2048 pixels (if landscape). It seems that I can limit Offline Explorer to skip images with a height over 2048. That would still result in a lot of large landscape images. Likewise, I can skip images with a width over 2048, but that would result in a large number of portrait images. Is there a way I can skip both layouts of large images using Offline Explorer?|
|Erik||06/29/2010 11:23 am|
|Also, is there a way Offline Explorer can show me what dimensions it THINKS an image is? This would be a useful debugging tool, I think. Right now I have explictly disallowed an image dimension of 2000x3008, but it keeps downloading and the downloaded file has these dimensions. If I knew what Offline Explorer judged it to be, I think I could improve my filter.|
|Oleg Chernavin||06/29/2010 01:01 pm|
|So far, there is no way to see the dimensions of the downloaded images in the log. Can you please give me a couple of links to such images, so I could test the detection code quality?
Regarding the filter - you can set it to filter images bigger than 2048 x 2048 and it will not allow any image if their height or width will be bigger than 2048. For example, 100x2048 image will be not loaded.
|Erik||06/29/2010 03:55 pm|
|I sent the project settings as an email attachment to your reply, thanks!|
|Oleg Chernavin||06/29/2010 04:16 pm|
|I sent you an E-mail as well.