@mishav Seems like it is possible to have an animated gif on the canvas if you disable exif and rotation. As one user did here: https://github.com/Foliotek/Croppie/issues/157. But in bubble I was not able to do this, only the first frame of the gif shows. Cropping is even more tricky it seems.
I’m wondering if there is a way to get the file value from > Browse a Croppie’s workflow?
So that if the filename contains “gif” it just saves the image directly without going though the Croppie canvas.
You can do this with a normal Image uploader. By putting the Image uploader’s value as Croppie’s dynamic image.
But this makes the process slower for normal images (jpg,png) compared to the > Browse a Croppie workflow, since it has to upload the image first. (In my testing: 3x faster for a 700kb image, even more if image is larger)
@boostsalesgroup Actually I did some further testing and it seems when the Croppie element gets resized due to screen width, uploaded images aren’t centered. Not only that, the whole image gets cropped when you save. The right side of my image has a white portion taking up 1/4 of the space (database image).
This is probably because when it resizes, only the width gets resized not height.