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Easily accessible from your WordPress admin menu, the WP QuickDraw Dashboard shows how much of your website images have been processed for later accelerated rendering with WP QuickDraw features. Dashboard updates happen automatically during processing and whenever unprocessed images are detected in your Media Library. Since image sizes under 256px or over your WPQuickDraw tier limit will not be processed the gauges may never ultimately show 100%. However, even unprocessed images will always appear on your webpages normally without WP QuickDraw features.
WP QuickDraw Processing
WP QuickDraw Processing is turned OFF by default. After installation and activation (and use of an API License Key if you have WP QuickDraw Pro) this setting should be turned on so that processing runs autonomously in the background whenever the the HifiPix API can be reached through an internet connection
WP QuickDraw Lazy Loading is turned ON by default. This setting detects which images are off-screen from a user’s device and only loads the very small initial image into those locations until and unless scrolling triggers WP QuickDraw to continue progressively render the image.
NOTE: To avoid a conflict WP QuickDraw should be (and may be automatically) disabled until you disable similar lazy loading features implemented by another plugin.
QuickClear Rendering – Available with WP QuickDraw Pro
QuickClear Rendering is turned ON by default. Images will appear as if they are immediately of very high quality but emerging from the background, resulting in a far more natural progressive rendering.
Show PNG images as pPNG – Available with WP QuickDraw Pro
All PNG images are rendered in the lossless HifiPix pPNG format for far faster visual rendering than the standard PNG format. This setting is turned ON by default.
TrueZoom – Available with WP QuickDraw Pro
WP QuickDraw TrueZoom’s default is ON and senses whenever a user requests higher detail, either by standard pinch-zoom gestures, by standard keyboard/mouse commands or even by rotating a device for a larger image display, and then delivers that additional detail if available from your original image.