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It's good to know the developer pays attention to the reviews.
About my request, "Reload all images", I hadn't considered the "override cache" option, to be honest. Yes of course that is good for this purpose. Thanks for telling me about it, I completely overlooked it, I was just very happy with the "load missing images" feature.
Although actually I can theorize a case where that wouldn't work, for example in webpages that have images with src attributes randomly assigned on the server side. Every time the page is reloaded, we get a new src attribute and thus a new image, while just reloading the images would make it so we get the latest updated version of the same image. I don't really have any examples of websites that do this to give you, it's just a situation that popped in my head because I did this once in a personal website (long long ago).
PS: I think you should consider making some kind of public e-mail address for larger discussions like this.
Gotcha. No promises, but I'll think it over.
Someday, there'll be an issue tracker on my site. Someday. It's just a question of time, which there's never enough of, is there?
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Almost perfect, if I could make a small feature request that I've wanted for a while: a new option to reload all images regardless if they have been successfully loaded already. Something like "Reload all images" in addition to just "Load Missing Images". Would this be possible?Esta valoración es de una versión anterior del complemento (4.1.5).
It's possible that it's possible (I have a few theories), but is there any reason one would use such a feature over Override Cache?