• Tried it. Sharpen images (turned on by default) seems to work but the images become very dirty, but it gave me hope. JPG compression was on default value 62, with wordpress compression being 82 I bumped it up to 100 to see if that helps but sadly the uploaded image remain blurry.

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  • Plugin Contributor hemenderki

    (@hemenderki)

    Hello @papigiulio!

    Thank you very much for you review and feedback. I tried the settings that you mentioned and at least for me I got a sharper image on 100 JPEG quality.

    Please make sure to empty cache if you upload an image with the same name after you deleted it from the website. Otherwise the browser will “remember” the old image instead of showing the new one.

    Maybe that is not were the problem lies, just a suggestion. 😊

    Let me know if you need more assistant.

    Thread Starter Papigiulio

    (@papigiulio)

    Thank you for your reply. I actually tried it with multiple images (incrementally saved) but could see no difference. I’ll try again with the empty cache solution to see if it works.

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