Hi All, I upgraded my Image Crop Module from 3.1 to 3.3 to solve the memory leak issues, however I cannot get it configured the same way. The problem is in the max width/height that can be configured in the widget that it cannot be set correct anymore: In the app as it was in 3.1 the image was resized to max 800 pixels width. That would look like this: In the modeler the Image Crop Widget was set with these settings: Now with the new upgrade of the modeler, the same picture is suddenly not limited anymore: The picture I am trying to upload is a 3800:1400 px image. So it is bigger then the max width. I have looked at the CSS and it shows that the max width and height for the picture are gone: Old Firebug: New Firebug: I can see the following 3 things need to be adjusted in firebug to get the limit again: <div class="jcrop-holder" style="width: 3840px; height: 1200px; position: relative; background-color: rgb(0, 0, 0);"> <div class="jcrop-tracker" style="width: 3844px; height: 1204px; position: absolute; top: -2px; left: -2px; z-index: 290; cursor: crosshair;"></div> <img src="/file?fileID=82&jpv1zb8e" style="left: 0px; position: absolute; width: 3840px; height: 1200px; display: block; visibility: visible; border: none; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; top: 0px; opacity: 1;"> <img src="/file?fileID=82&jpv1zb8e" style="border: none; visibility: visible; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; position: absolute; top: -243px; left: -889px; width: 3840px; height: 1200px;"> (this one is not necessary) I have checked all my CSS and SCSS sheets in my original and upgraded version but they are exactly the same. Furthermore I have checked my object at the point on the screen: they are exactly the same in original and upgraded version. Does anybody have any idea where I can find the issue/configure the max width on the screen? I also have tried adding styles myself on the image crop like: max-width: 100% removing one of the max criteria (so f.e. only max width). I have tried using a picture with more height then width. Cannot get the maximum back.