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Fixed

March update: edit a .JPG image deletes EXIF, creates lowercase copy

Rudhra 7 months ago updated by Vlad R 5 months ago 2

Note I haven't edited photos with FileRun before, only since last week I am really starting to use FileRun :) 

Current behaviour:

When I change the saturation of an image123.JPG and save it, image123.jpg is created, this copy is stripped from its EXIF data.

Expected behaviour: 

The extension should remain the same (case sensitive) when files are modified. (Exif) metadata should not be deleted.


Answer

Answer
Fixed

The fix for this bug is included in the update that is now available for installation via the FileRun control panel. (See https://docs.filerun.com/updating for installing updates.)

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Started

We'll fix it so that the case of the extension gets preserved and no duplicate files is created. Thank you for pointing it out!

Because the editing is done client-side, in the browser, we can't preserve file metadata, but we'll research this more.

Answer
Fixed

The fix for this bug is included in the update that is now available for installation via the FileRun control panel. (See https://docs.filerun.com/updating for installing updates.)