Both of these tend to shrink the image and then crop it to the dimensions listed.
What I want is to just crop out the center of the image at 475 x 310
add_image_size( 'test', 475, 310, array( 'center', 'center' ) ); add_image_size( 'test2', 475, 310, true );
BTW I'm using the regenerate-thumbnails plugin to recreate all the images after I make a new add_image_size() deceleration.
I've uploaded the image to though my post. Rather than what I want which is crop the image at the pink box it is first scaled down and then cropped to the smaller dimension. Seen below is the new image from my wp-content/uploads directory produced from
add_image_size( 'test', 475, 310, array( 'center', 'center' ) ); also the same result when I change that bit to
add_image_size( 'test', 475, 310, TRUE );
What am I doing wrong?