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Old 11-21-2007, 02:56 AM   #12
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Why limit to such a small size? The bigger the better!

Well, that is not strictly true, especially if your monitor is 1024x768, my preferred 900 is too tall and makes you scroll. In part I like the bigger because I hope that people will still be looking occasionally at my stuff a couple of years down the road when 1280x1024 monitors are more common.

Still, I think 760 is way small and 800 too small, even. I want to see the details in the image also.
I don't like having to scroll, and I don't like forcing people to scroll.

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Can you not see the detail in these images? By the way, image size doesn't always make the difference in whether you can see detail or not. What if it's a HUGE image but the subject matter is small?
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