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  • #7890
    Lesa Boettcher
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    I used the acme fix images plug-in and almost all of my thumbnails are the correct size. How do I fix the couple that aren’t? Also, when creating thumbnails, some of the images are awkwardly cropped, can I go into those thumbnails and edit them as well?

    #7896
    acmesupports
    Moderator

    Hello Lesa Boettcher,
    Thanks for your questions. You can easily use the acme fix images plugin for single image too.
    1. Go to Media > Library
    2. Select the image you want to crop
    3. In the Right Bottom section you will get the options for Acme Fix Images
    4. Click there to fix that image only.

    Hope this above steps will help you to fix the selected image.

    Regards,
    Acme Supports

    #8007
    Lesa Boettcher
    Participant

    I’ve gone in and can see the right bottom fix image button, but it doesn’t give me any options except clicking it to I guess run that image and fix it. But when I did it, it didn’t change/fix the thumbnail? And when I tried to edit/crop, etc the image myself, it didn’t work. What am I doing wrong?

    If you look on my home page at boozyepicure.com, you can see that the chausson au pommes post has the wrong size thumbnail, and the cocktail thumbnails below for bee’s knees and black manhattan are cropped to show the center of the photo which basically shows the stem of the glass.

    Next steps?

    #8010
    acmesupports
    Moderator

    Hello Lesa Boettcher,
    I think your site is under construction, because while visiting the above given URL, it is showing that Website Coming Soon. And have you mentioned the image size as we suggest on the Settings > Media ? Try once by viewing this documentation too.
    Hope you will get the solutions.

    Regards,
    Acme Supports

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