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Issue #1

Mostly not an issue but it is interesting to know what real difference between image (<img>) and icon (<pic>) to understand how we may use a <pic> and how we may not.
If we show in template image like <img> we see that IV page use not better quality (like says checklist) but some kind of optimal quality for current frame (or screen).
And if somebody uses <pic> with @width instead of <img> for big images, he get really original image quality (if @width had original width value at first).
For this article in this template we see that <pic> saves original @width=1280. But if we do <img>, my notebook gets smaller images. But (!) shown link to images identical in both cases.
Besides manual says that "Icon" is a small image inside the text (f.e.emoji) and in checklist we can see only "risk grabbing the 3x version of an emoji".
So, question is: may we or not (like in this template) to transform real images (not inside the texp) to icons (<pic>) with no special reasons for it?
And if we may, at least what will be bet
Accepted by admin
<pic> shouldn't be used for regular images that can be displayed as <img>
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Feb 14, 2019