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Ticket Information - ID: #1232

ID:Category:SeverityReproducibilityDate SubmittedUpdated By:
0001232Browser ProblemsnormalN/A10/19/22 01:54AMJerl
Assigned to:geltas
View StatusPublic
Target Version:N/A
Summary:Pics are way too big from browser, is it even normal? +How to organize 'favorites'? There's no folders?
Description:Hey, I've never used this kind of sites before, love it so far but I would like to know two things pls:

1) Are literally all pics supposed to be soo huge so I have to scroll a few times to the bottom to see the whole pic? It's so weird and inconvenient. Again, as I said, I'm new to this sort of things (image boards, arts, etc). I'm browsing from laptop, Windows. Firefox browser. I checked the 'options', theres 'Disable Image Constraint: Image will break outside of your viewport if this is enabled. This will make looking at large images difficult'. Well this is disabled. But still all images are huge as hell and looking at them is difficult...I even set my browser zoom level to 90%, still doesn't help much, can't go lower because then I wouldn't be able to properly see the previews or text on the site.

2) How to organize 'favorites'? Is there no way to create folders there? How people manage it? It's a mess when I'm saving arts from different fandoms, I would like to sort pics by folders so I could always easily find all the arts I saved of a certain pairing (ship). Maybe there's another similar feature but I'm just blind or dumb? Tell me.
Additional Info:
Jerl replied at 2022-10-19 13:50:27
The trac is for reporting bugs and requesting new features. For help using the site, please ask on the forums.

Images displaying the size that they do is intentional. You can turn on samples to be served a smaller version of large images, but if the samples are still too big, you will need to zoom out in your browser.

There is no way to organize your favorites, and this is also intentional. If you want different lists for different things, I recommend using personal pools.