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    Free Thumbnailer tool
    Check this out:
    http://www.shopwiki.com/wiki/thumbnail/

    hosts the thumbnails as well as makes them for free

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    Link doesn't work. Try again?

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    my bad
    second try - sorry about that!
    http://www.shopwiki.com/wiki/thumbnail

    thought the "/" would be needed.... D'oh!

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    Interesting. This is just like the solution I've built for myself. If you don't like the size of datafeed thumbnails this is certainly the best way to control it.

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    I tested the penguin sample URL, width 50 X height 100 looks the same as width50 X height50

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    Quote Originally Posted by atonca
    I tested the penguin sample URL, width 50 X height 100 looks the same as width50 X height50
    It retains the original WxH ratio, so I think uses the width. Maybe the height is a minimum height value.

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    exactly, it pads it with blank space to keep the aspect ratio

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