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    is there way to disable contao compressing images because when i upload image contao aut compress image and quality is lost.
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    Check your system settings. Contao does not resize images directly after upload, unless you have a maximum image width and height set in your system settings.

    Assuming you mean the JPEG compression - there is no way to "disable" that, since JPEG is inherently a lossy image format. You can set the JPEG image quality to 100%, but that would also affect any image resized for the front end and probably isn't really what you want.
    Last edited by Spooky; 08/13/2018 at 14:34.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooky View Post
    Check your system settings. Contao does not resize images directly after upload, unless you have a maximum image width and height set in your system settings.

    Assuming you mean the JPEG compression - there is no way to "disable" that, since JPEG is inherently a lossless image format. You can set the JPEG image quality to 100%, but that would also affect any image resized for the front end and probably isn't really what you want.
    So, what u think is best for me?

    Where i can set that "100%"?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spooky View Post
    Check your system settings. Contao does not resize images directly after upload, unless you have a maximum image width and height set in your system settings.

    Assuming you mean the JPEG compression - there is no way to "disable" that, since JPEG is inherently a lossless image format. You can set the JPEG image quality to 100%, but that would also affect any image resized for the front end and probably isn't really what you want.
    After i disabled max upload w and h, my images uploaded at full size.

    Thanks for replying and help. :D

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    No problem


    Btw. obviously I meant "lossy" not "lossless"... -_-

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