I'm trying to write a hub right now, but I either can't find the option for half, quarter, or full width in the photo capsule box when I click "edit". I'm using Firefox, is it a browser issue? I haven't written in a while on here, did I just forget to do something or where to look?
HP "improved" the photo capsule taking away those options. What you are seeing is the new improved one size fits all version we have at the moment.
As @RachaelOhalloran mentioned, small image display options have been retired.
There is a bit more information in this thread from when the change was made.
That's kind of bullshit. In order to do what they want and float a picture capsule to the right side, I have to put text on the left, when before I could simply have a half or quarter width picture in the middle. I agree with the people who reacted negatively to this.
And they're going to radically change the way hubs are made without an email or announcement?
by Tranquilheart 5 years ago
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by Ronald E Franklin 13 months ago
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by Dan Harmon 16 months ago
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by Sondra Rochelle 4 years ago
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by Titia Geertman 4 years ago
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by Liz Elias 11 months ago
Hello-- I've been working diligently to edit all the hubs listed under 'which of my hubs will be affected.' I've gotten it down to under 200, but there are still many to go through.It has been gratifying to see the list shrink, and titles disappear from that list as I go. However,...
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