• Resolved turbohenry



    When assigning to a product in Woo a new image without removing the old one first, the old image shows up in the category of the newly choosen image. It seems as if the old image now is dragged into the category of the new image.

    …But its all just visual so after a refresh its all back to normal.

    I want to ask something else: The plugin size is just unreal with only 68 KB in comparison with the other managers! I love it. (or is anything getting loaded from the internet additionally?)

    Are you going to keep it small and fast or blow it up till 3 MB?

    I hope i can use it for a long-lasting shop site πŸ˜‰

    Anyway thanks for the great plugin so far!

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    Hi @turbohenry,

    Thanks so much for reporting this funky behaviour with WooCommerce. It’s kinda expected, though. As the selected image always shows up in the media grid view when using the media modal. Like you said, it doesn’t actually re-assign any categories πŸ™‚

    About HappyFiles’ plugin size and performance: No, nothing else is loaded from the internet. I just tried to make the user experience as smooth and enjoyable as possible.

    That is why HappyFiles is 99% faster and uses 99% less memory than other plugins (source: https://wphive.com/plugins/happyfiles/)

    No worries, HappyFiles is never going to be 3 MB, but with new features being added over time, it will increase from where it is now. Not noticeably, though. Btw, total file size and “felt” performance don’t increase at the same pace. Especially when coded well πŸ˜‰

    Thank you for being part of the HappyFiles family!


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