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Old 11-22-2019, 06:29 AM   #65
slowsmile
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@beiti...I've just downloaded the current CustomCleanerPlus plugin and set the "Reformat smaller images option..." and tested it in Sigil on several test epubs that contain smaller images and it worked OK.

The base width is set to 650 px but I don't think that really has anything to do with your problem.

And just because your epub image dimensions were set as <img src="../Images/img00002.JPG" width="143" height="192" alt=""/> in your xhtml file does not necessarily mean that img0002.jpg was stored in the epubs Images directory with those same height and width dimensions.

So, before you run the plugin, I would check that all your smaller images in the epub xhtml files have the same h/w pixel values as the same images stored in the Images directory in your epub because the plugin always uses image pixel dimensions that are stored in the epub's Images directory -- it does not use the image pixel values that are used within the image tags in the xhtml files.

Last edited by slowsmile; 11-22-2019 at 10:37 AM.
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