I'm bringing this topic up again for the third time. Maybe this can be resolved? 520 pixels for an image is pretty useless if the original image is a couple of thousand pixels wide and the detail can't be viewed (doing the two finger gesture thing only shows more pixels and interpolates. It doesn't show the original detail). Originally it was possible to at least view an image at greater resolution by opening it in a new tab, but now it still seems to be limited to 520 pixels. On desktop, images are a bit better and they can be resolved to 1024 pixels wide by clicking, right clicking and then clicking zoom image. For diagrams, it's pretty much essential to be able to make out fine detail such as annotations.
Edit. Sorry for the rant but I'm trying to create lots of graphs and it's frustrating that they can't be viewed
Rather than resizing images to 520/1040 pixels on upload (which is what currently happens if the x resolution is too great), why not compress images but display at 520/1040, but a reader can still view at original resolution? Alternatively limit the file size that we can upload, and we can compress manually ourselves, but preserve resolution.
Maybe images could be auto-scaled to fit the viewport when clicked/tapped on if that's possible?
by Lionrhod 8 years ago
Been fixing my lens/hubs and this morning I worked on the story about my Dirty Family Secret.Everything looks okay (though I'm concerned how to deal with that duel module) except for one photo in the slideshow.On Squidoo, this photo looked just fine. Hub Pages blow it up huge as possible and of...
by ruthwalker 8 years ago
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by promisem 5 years ago
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by Melanie Shebel 3 years ago
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by Larry Slawson 2 years ago
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by Billie Kelpin 7 years ago
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