but that are not the dimensions of the largest image in the set, unless the largest scale is 1.
Is there a simple method to get the dimensions of the largest image in the set?
I have another problem for the implementation:
The current implementation of the srcsets generates a srcset string with the largest image first and with the smallest image last.
For the PhotSwipe implementation, The smallest image should be first and the larges image last.
Is there a simple metod to get the current sequence reversed?
BTW: How can I enlarge the size of the image dimension printed in the middle of the image if I use FINEST as logging level? The text is for some sizes unreadable for my eyes has you can see in this test album.
Getting the largest variant was discussed in the 24 beta thread, which you participated in. The answer, however, is currentObject.getRenderer().getCloseupRenditions().get(0).getWidth();
For your second question, read the renditions list and create your own list in reverse order.
Sorry Rob, I am not a JAVA programmer, so I do not understand that.
I need ready to copy code!
Third question, have you tried using the text image filter?