I have a file upload in my form that uses DropzoneJS. One of its features is automatic upload. What I notice can happen is anyone can go to the form and pick images, and they’ll upload to your server immediately. If they click remove, the image is still on your server. If I have a limit of 5 images, I can add 5 and then remove them and add 5 more, and 10 images (plus thumbnails) will be uploaded to the server. I can keep doing this until I get bored or the server runs out of space while never submitting the form. I can add 1,000 images to the server through the form and only leave one on the form and click submit. This will only show one file on the submissions page. Is there a way to change this behavior without switching back to the default file type?
Also, when you set image compression, it will save the original file in full fidelity + the compressed file + the thumbnail. By using compression, you can almost double your server storage usage. Is this a bad JS library, or is it implemented oddly in wsform?