Source View: wp_editor_set_quality

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229                 * manually without the `$quality` argument.
230                 *
231                 * set_quality() has priority over the filter.
232                 *
233                 * @since 3.5.0
234                 *
235                 * @param int    $quality   Quality level between 1 (low) and 100 (high).
236                 * @param string $mime_type Image mime type.
237                 */
238                $quality = apply_filters( 'wp_editor_set_quality', $this->default_quality, $this->mime_type );
239
240                if ( 'image/jpeg' == $this->mime_type ) {
241                     /**
242                      * Filters the JPEG compression quality for backward-compatibility.
243                      *
244                      * Applies only during initial editor instantiation, or when set_quality() is run
245                      * manually without the `$quality` argument.
246                      *
247                      * set_quality() has priority over the filter.