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Apr 26, 2018 19:31 as a reply to  @ post 18614269 |  #166

For me, I hate re-sizing and getting my pictures to look good. I also like the idea of being able to post a 1600 photo... I have always hated the 800-1000 pixel size because I feel like I can't see enough details. I also dropped my Flickr account many years ago so I haven't had a hosting site. So that is where I am coming from............


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Apr 26, 2018 20:04 |  #167

With my 15" laptop, I have the same difficulty as teekay. AMASS! scales an image to the width of the display area but not the height. I often can't see the top and bottom of a tall photo at once. It can be a problem when judging. I shrink the page to get the whole composition and unshrink it to see detail and sharpness. This way of compensating works well enough for me. I don't know a way to satisfy all the preferences of people who have different equipment.


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