I just experienced the following issue, that I think would be marvelous to address in a future version.
I had a photo, alligator.jpg. I put the Medium Size in a post, so the html code looked like <img src=’…/alligator-300×225.jpg’>
When I replaced the photo with ostrich.jpg, which had a slightly different aspect ratio (ratio between width and height), the filename of the medium size of this photo is now alligator-300×200.jpg. Obviously, that’s going to break the medium sized image in the post.
Would it be possible, when replacing an image using the ‘just replace’ option, to also update these links in posts and pages for all sizes?
For example, in the situation above:
– alligator.jpg is about to be replaced, so save what each of the sizes links are, such as: alligator-300×225.jpg, alligator-600×250.jpg, etc.
– After creating the different image sizes for the NEW alligator.jpg, take note of what the new sizes are, such as: alligator-300×200.jpg, alligator-600×500.jpg
– Then in the find/replace process, be sure to update all links pointing to the old image size with the correct link to the new image size?
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