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10/14/2019 05:44:29 AM (8 weeks ago)
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mikeschroder
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  • Ticket #48299, comment 1

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    11Thanks for the report! This is an interesting question/issue.
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    3 For (1) I agree! This could be confusing to users who intend the "full" size to be exactly a high resolution original. The original does still get left for use, but it's not clear to the user where to find it. @azaozz Do you have any thoughts on this?
     3For (1) I agree! This could be confusing to users who intend the "full" size to be exactly a high resolution original. The original does still get left for use, but it's not clear to the user where to find it. @azaozz @joemcgill Do you have any thoughts on this?
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    55For (2), I don't think it's bad that folks upload large images, because it gives them a quality master to start with for quality resizes -- one that can remain for the future for WordPress to use again if they change themes or need even larger sizes as devices (and the internet) evolve. Ideally, I think users should never have to worry about what they upload to WordPress -- it should "just work" (See: [https://wordpress.org/about/philosophy/ Design for the Majority]).