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Is it possible to disable html generation of greyscaled images, to save some requests (to make page load faster).
I know the display: none; tip but It’s not what I’m looking for.
Thanks by advance
In helper-slideshow.php line 278:
//get the filtered (eg greyscale) copy
if($image_string && isset($avia_config[$this->img_size]) && function_exists(‘imagefilter’) && $this->allow_overlay == true)
$image_string = $image_string.avia_get_filtered_image_copy($image_string, $avia_config[$this->img_size]);
//if we didnt get a valid image from the above function set it directly
if(!$image_string) $image_string = $slide;
Comment that code, it will disable grey thumb in html.
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