Two issues I ran into last night -
1 - I have a Instagram-like blog, basically each post is an image, and only one image. In the blueprint , the image file section is set to require 1 minimum/1 maximum - each post must have an image, and only one. When trying to replace the image that I had loaded, Kirby would not allow me to replace a .png with say, a .jpg, or vice versa - Kirby would only allow the same image type. It would also not allow me to delete the image in order to load a new one, which forced me to delete the entire post and start from scratch.
2 - One section of the site is an index, where the images from the blog are cropped by Kirby so that they are a bit smaller; this worked fine until this evening, when a new post had an image that was noticeably cooler in tint in the cropped image that it was in the correct, uncropped JPG. Worked around this by uploading a PNG to replace it (see #1 above)…
Not sure if I’m doing something wrong here or if it’s a quirk. I’ve done workarounds in the meantime but would like to understand what’s happening, and if it’s my error or a bug of some kind.