I've got the following problem: My pictures are too big (in dimension, not in file size) to be displayed nicely in a browser window, which is why I let phpGraphy generate low-res versions. However, this takes up too many server CPU resources for me, and it takes too long when the low-res version is first generated. Thus, a new option "display_res_max" would be great. If this was set to e.g. "800x600", any image that exceeds 800 pixels in width or 600 pixels in height would be just displayed proportionally smaller (using the "width" and "height" attributes of the "img" HTML tag) without any low-res image being generated.
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