'sizing' dialogue

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Hello!

First off, awesome addon. I'm only wondering how to understand the sizing dialogue. It seems that there are multiple img widths, etc, and I'm not sure I'm understanding it correctly.

It seems to me as if the dialogue is saying, "If the viewport is at min-width x, then show this img-width/img-height, and if it's at min-width y, then show that img-width/img-height."

I could (and in fact probably am) extremely wrong, so it'd be awesome if you could enlighten me! :)

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pixelfood replied on at Permalink Reply
Was there ever a response? i have the same question
litteraria replied on at Permalink Reply
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Never received an answer on this, unfortunately.

For that particular site, I ended up not using the addon. FWIW, I ended up using the Fruitful theme instead, which has a really nice full-width, responsive slider with it.

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