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  1. I have an issue where I want to have an image resized, but have both a cropped and non-cropped version available (of the same size!) The code to do this is simple: $imagefull = $image->size(320,320,array( 'cropping' => false); $imagecropped = $image->size(320,320,array( 'cropping' => true); However, this only creates ONE variant of the image: eg. imagename.320x320.jpg So the same image is shown twice in the output page, instead of the two options Can anyone suggest a clean way of doing this? (ie. not duplicating every base image) Is there a way of creating named Image Variations? And do these names go into the filename to guarantee uniqueness? eg. $image->addVariation($name,$size,$options) or similar Thanks
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