Added additional options that can be defined in wp-config.php for quality and max file size
Removed the option to disable the functionality provided by this plugin on the media upload page as it seemed impossible to integrate into the new media system
Fixed the problems with the new media upload system
Added the ability to override the resize width and height in the wp-config.php file.
If the user hasn't got a browser that supports HTML5 or Flash then the plugin now shows a warning message: "The Adobe Flash plug-in is required for automatic image resizing in your browser". At which point the uploader will act as normal and not try to resize images automatically.
If the users browser is not Chrome or Firefox then we force the upload runtime to Flash which means images will be resized regardless of browser. The downside to this is drag+drop will no longer work. If drag+drop is more important to you than image resizing then you can disable this new functionality in your settings -> media.
Added resize quality setting. You can modify the setting in the admin settings -> media
Made this plugin resize images automatically once enabled rather than having to tick a box. The option (tick box) is still visible on the media uploader should you wish to temporarily disable this plugins functionality.
Max upload message is now hidden when this plugin is enabled as it's not as much of an issue. The upload limit is still physically there, it's set by your web host. Your resized images just stand a much greater chance of being below this limit.
Requires: 3.0 or higher Compatible up to: 3.6.1 Last Updated: 2 years ago Active Installs: