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How about an automatic downsizing feature for images to be uploaded as assets in doodly?
It seems that not just a few doodly users are having issues with downsizing an image to import as an asset. It is especially frustrating when trying to import svg file images. Automatic size adjustment to fit images to the upload size requirements would definitely save us a lot of time and nerves. Thanks for considering this request. Best regards, Joel


Joel Moran shared this idea 15/01/19 22:15
Joel Moran 21/01/19 05:38
I know there are a number of SVG editing tools that can reduce the size of files; and I have tried a few of them already. What bugs me is that even after having reduced my file to way less than the max. specs in doodly, it is still being rejected as too big!?! But I cannot figure out why. For example, I have a file that according to https://www.iloveimg.com/resize-image/resize-svg is already reduced to 1200x847px. Yet it is still not accepted by doodly. If you would just give me tips how I can make my svg files fit into the doodly specs, I would be very grateful. Have a nice day!
Bill Hernandez 31/07/19 18:45
I have the same problem as Joel. I have a file that is already reduced to 1200x847px. Yet it is still not accepted by doodly. Please advice on how to fix this. Cheers!