Worked perfectly on an up-to-date WordPress installation.
My site uses a plain old theme, not a page builder, and it does not have any fancy image related plugins (except this).
Indexing, analyzing results, moving, testing, then deleting is a safe way to proceed: Once the files (suggested by the plugin and selected by the user) are “moved” to another folder, one has to verify the integrity of the site by actually browsing it. If everything seems fine, the files can be deleted immediately or at some later point in time. If something gets broken, some or all files can be moved back = full/partial undo. I love how this plugin puts the user in charge.
I also appreciate that this thing detects/reports invalid metadata, too.
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