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  1. MacNara

    Photos in Bird identification forum

    A small thumbnail and a reasonably-sized image linked to this would be much more friendly. I find your woodpecker photo far too large (relatively to everything else on my large screen). I would much rather have the thumbnails (four or five horizontally) and the choice of which to see full-size...
  2. MacNara

    Photos in Bird identification forum

    Well, I thought that the Gallery had always been open to members and non-members (photos come up on Google image search), but I may be wrong. But at the moment, the Gallery and Opus are freely available. See my unlogged-in screengrab below (from another browser, not this one logged in by...
  3. MacNara

    Photos in Bird identification forum

    I notice that recent posters are including fullsize photos in the main post - rather than thumbnails. I find this a bit odd. As I said, any thread anyone glances at will download all the fullsize photos (maybe it's different on a phone, I don't have one). But often the thumbnails is all you...
  4. MacNara

    Photos in Bird identification forum

    Well, I can't get it to work here. Maybe it's something to do with my cookie settings or something. The other buttons work, just not the download button.
  5. MacNara

    Photos in Bird identification forum

    I thought it was not the case, Delia (as I said, photos from the Gallery show up in Google image searches, but if a person could only see thumbnails, there would be no point). But as you can see from the attached screen shot, here is a full-size Gallery picture, and as you can see, I'm invited...
  6. MacNara

    Photos in Bird identification forum

    This is about photos in the Bird ID forum, not the Opus problem. I think that the new photo attachment system is rather less efficient and more fiddly than the old one in several ways. (This refers to my experience on a desktop Mac using Firefox on a 27-inch screen, 2560x1440.) When I opened...
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