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My media library takes too long to load because there are hundreds of images it's loading up for me to choose from.

Sad thing is, I don't need all those choices. I don't hardly ever reuse images. Just giving me the choice of the last 10 or so that were uploaded would be great.

So, the question - how can I limit the number of images displayed in the media library?

Chris
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I'm not sure if this is exactly what you want, but may lead you in the right direction:-

http://www.webgurus.biz/how-to-limit-wordpress-gallery-thumbnails-in-the-loop/

Also, you could also look at storing your images off-site and not in your library.
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