First off, thanks for such a wonderful plugin!
Everything is working smoothly so far with the exception of one thing.
I’m using this pluging: http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-popular-posts/
That plugin gives me the ability to create a widget in the sidebar. Within the widget, I can specify dimensions of the thumbnail. The widget is pulling the image from the post thumbnail size and then creates a separate thumbnail with that size.
For example the thumbnail url is /coolpicture.jpg
Let’s say I set the widget thumb nail settings to 120x120px. The popular post plugin will pull that image and create a re sized image in the same directory as the thumb (media uploads) and the image will be /coolpicture-120×120.jpg
The problem is that /coolpicture.jpg has had it’s exif stripped but the new thumbnail that was created somehow still has the exif data.
that’s the conclusion that I’ve reached after hours and hours of trying to figure out what was going on. (i was running performance tests)
any idea how I could fix this?
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