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"featured" banner obscures the thumbnail image Answered

That banner that says "featured" might as well say "obscured!". Those little thumbnails are hard enough to see already. When you put the featured banner over it it cuts it off and hides a major portion of the image. Howabout putting golden radiance around the image, or angels with garlands, or something good? You guys are already covering the screen with a parchesi-monopoly worth of stuff, why do you need to deface my nice thumbnails? You own the screen all around my tiny thumbnail. Put your signage there where it increase the contextual information value of the screen instead of overwriting that image which is supposed to be worth a thousand words. By that calculus, that word "featured" is a net loss of 200 or so words. That featured banner sucks pixels!

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The Jamalam
The Jamalam

Reply 11 years ago

What did he actually say?

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Keith-Kid
Keith-Kid

11 years ago

I secondify this claim!

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cormac3050
cormac3050

Reply 11 years ago

I thirdify it!

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DJ Radio
DJ Radio

12 years ago

maybe they should make a smaller banner and put it on the bottom of the thumbnail.

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11010010110
11010010110

Reply 12 years ago

or stop jpeg'ing everything !

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Yerboogieman
Yerboogieman

Reply 12 years ago

I'm not going to png

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11010010110
11010010110

Reply 12 years ago

now we are in bandwidth crysis and jpeging stuff is a good way to cut down use but png gives higher image quality (allthough higher size in photos) so images are more clear

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noahw
noahw

12 years ago

We hear you TimAnderson. I've been pushing for some larger project icons around the site too, which would also help this problem. Suggestion digested.

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Flumpkins
Flumpkins

Reply 12 years ago

digested? LOL!!!