very usefull after changing my website themes, generate almost my new thumbnail .
Still works really well. It deletes the old pictures and gives you detailed feedback of what it does.
Moved the website to a new server, in the library, missing preview images.
4 thousand pictures.
Thank you for this plugin.
After a migration, that I took no part in, I couldn't trace back to why ~90% of "featured images" attached to around 200 posts did not show up in the blog home.php page. Also, the Media Library thumbs for these images where not showing up. When you clicked into one of these "blank thumbnail images" to access its respective "Attachment Details" you could see that it was pointing to a good URL but was missing meta data like image type or size etc. After a variety of troubleshooting efforts (eg. switching to core theme, deactivating all plugins, refreshing core files etc.) nothing worked. Other file restoration plugins didn't work either - or like Add from Server was only a partial fix. This particular Thumbnail restoration PLugin worked like a charm. It not only restored the media library thumbnails and meta data on about 90% of the files (over 1300 images) but also resulted in all of the 200 + posts with attached featured images working again without additional work! Thanks Again!
flawless, does all!
Sometimes you just need to go back and bash the whole library. I use this mostly during development, when I have just reworked the grid and a bunch of column widths and custom feature box sizes have changed. Works great.
I was having some really horrendous database/caching issues that borked image display on both the back-end and the site itself. I have no idea where this issue came from or what its exact nature was -- but I do know that running this plugin fixed it instantly. So, make of that what you will.
Worked perfectly. Helpful when changing themes.
Really delete old thumbnails and regenerate it!!! Much better then Regenerate Thumbnails"
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