Ok, so I’m not the most prolific poster in the world, but for the next two weeks it’s going to get quieter as I’m going on holiday to sunny America.

I normally wouldn’t have mentioned this but my traffic has gone through the roof over the past few weeks since the release of my JavaScript image cropper UI.

Please continue to get in touch with any queries etc. about the cropper, or anything else, and I’ll try and catch up with everything as quickly as possible upon my return.

Just another quick update to the JavaScript Image Cropper UI to bring it to version 1.1.2, this update includes a single fix to ratios. I had noticed when I put together the demo page and added the widescreen (16:9) ratio demo that there was something a little off in my ratio calculations.

This was brought to my attention again in a couple of comments by Andy Skelton, who also supplied a patch to the issue.

See the 16:9 ratio demo to see the patch in action or head over to the code page for the downloads.

Thanks again to Andy for submitting this patch so quickly.

Just another quick update to the JavaScript Image Cropper UI to bring it to version 1.1.1, this update includes the following:

See the demo page to test the new fixes or head over to the code page for the downloads.

I’ve just updated the JavaScript Image Cropper UI to version 1.1.0, this update includes the following:

  • Added method to reset parameters – useful for when dynamically changing img the cropper is attached to.
  • Added method to remove cropper from image.
  • Fixed bug with IE constantly trying to reload select area background image.
  • Applied a more robust fix to Safari & IE rendering issues.

I have also updated the demo page to include a new demo that uses the new ability to dynamically change the image or remove the cropper, this is also included as one of the tests within the downloads.