I can only assume this is intended behaviour but I've found that if I upload an image that does NOT need to be resized, Perch seemingly will NOT compress the image when generating a version of it.
e.g. if I upload a file at 4000px by 1460px, and I have the Perch image tag as `<perch:content id="image" type="image" width="4000" height="1460" crop="true" quality="60" />`, Perch will simply copy and rename the image so I'll have two files that are exactly the same size:
- some-image-w4000h1460.png (same size as `some-image.png`)
What I would expect to happen is that Perch would compress the image while copying it, as per the quality="60" setting, so that `some-image-w4000h1460.png` would be a smaller size than `some-image.png`
If clients upload an image at the correct size I'd like Perch to compress the image.
Is this an oversight by any chance?