The Advanced tab allows you control over color profiles and some other miscellaneous features.

Color Conversion using ICC profiles is enabled by default. If you wish to disable it you can do so using the 'Use Color Profiles' control. This will speed up operations requiring color conversion at some significant cost in terms of image quality.

When a color conversion is performed ImageGlue will need some default profiles. It will always need an sRGB or RGB destination profile and it may need a CMYK or other profile if the image does not contain one. ImageGlue contains default profiles but you can specify your own replacements by entering a path to a 'Color Profile Directory'. Remember to ensure that the IIS user (IUSR) has read access to this directory.

ImageGlue uses interpolated transforms for high quality image resizing, rotation and transforms. If you have a very high end video card it may produce equal quality results without placing a load on the CPU. If this is the case you can disable interpolated transforms.

If your code does not handle errors properly then they may get missed in production output or stress testing. By checking the 'Record VBScript Errors' checkbox any errors will also be directed to the Windows NT Application event log as warnings. The log can then be checked periodically to ensure the integrity of your web site.

Impersonation is accessed using the Impersonation Parameters. Although convenient the use of Impersonation may be a security risk and so you must manually enable it if you want to use it.

The Maximum Image Dimensions allows you to limit the size of images accepted by ImageGlue. The load placed on a server is often related to the width and height of the image to be drawn. This may be equally true whether the image is drawn on a small canvas or on a large one. You can manually limit the width and height of images using the Graphic object but IGSettings provides an easy way of ensuring that images larger than a predefined size are automatically rejected.