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  • When I click on either of the Scan buttons, a nice feature would be the capability of seeing what are the remote images I’m about to cache. Since some posts may or may not be important to have cached images.
    This way, I would like to see something like

    bp0.blogger.com (results: 6) [Cache from this domain] [List remote images]

    The “List remote images” button should expand a list with the images URL that are about to be cached, and if possible, the weight in KB of them. This way, we will be able to take smarter decisions about what origins to cache and what not.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cache-images/

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  • Plugin Author Milan Dinić

    (@dimadin)


    Thank you for your feedback. Although your idea is good, it requires a lot of work so I can’t implement it now.

    Maybe I will in the future if there is a request for it.

    I thought it would be easy since the script actually shows “(results: X)” for every remote domain and this idea simply could list one and every X remote URL for that given domain. I thought that the plugin actually generates something like an array for every remote domain containing the post id where the remote address was found and the URL for that remote address. ok 🙁

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