In Thumbnail view of photos , it will be more easier , if the pics are displayed when the mouse is moved over the images, rather than clicking the thumbnail to slowly display the photo. Many times it takes longer time.
It will be an excellent update if implemented.
If Larry or Fawntia sees this thread, they might have some answer.
by belief7139 years ago
I would love to be able to add multiple pics to a hub and have them displayed horizontally instead of just vertically!A B C D E Fvs. justABCDEFAnybody with me?
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