How about some feedback on what we like? I for one have lots of opinions on how things should work, feedback on what isn’t working, etc. But I also respect the ginormous challenge, risk/responsibility of taking on this new NPN endeavor and it’s only fair to give this new format time to sink in. I have zero vested interested in making this the way I want it… but of course want very much to see this succeed.
Having said that, I thought I would mention a feature that I think is great regarding image display. I’m fairly certain that the coding is smart enough to display the larger view that best displays in YOUR monitor. Some may be using a tablet or laptop, say 15-17" max. Others have huge 27"+ monitors. My biggest is 24". Whenever I click on the smaller post image, it opens up the larger view - within my own monitor dimensions. Benefit? No scrolling to view. And you can also go to full view (F11 in Windows) and see even more.
What is even better is by clicking on the larger popup image, the max resolution image appears. This of course creates the potential for scrolling on vertical image, but what is nice we get to see a much larger view, and of course more detail.
To maximize this feature, I would recommend uploading at 1500px, as is the site recommendation. I’ve seen no loss in quality at 1500px at 60 jpg web save.
To operate this feature, you start by clicking on the image post, smaller view. this opens the “larger view” which will be dependent on your monitor. If you have a big 30" monitor, maybe you see the full 1500px vertical image (I wouldn’t know…) If you have a small monitor, you still see the full version that fits to your monitor. While viewing the larger view (darker, semi-transparent bg,) hovering your mouse shows 2 behaviors. 1. hovering over the image you see your regular mouse pointer (a hand in my W10 case). Clicking inside the image reveals the full resolution image. When you click outside the frame of the larger view, the image closes and takes you back to the post. (This is indicated by the little circle with the “-” in it, indicating zooming out or back.
Anyway, long winded post to say I really like this feature!