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Vanilla Add-on Thumbnail Size

edited May 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
I am just wondering if anyone else finds the thumbnails on the Add-ons page way too small to be of any use? Often I just want more information without having to install the add-on. I think the thumbnail should at least link to a high-res version in which one can clearly see the theme/style/extension in all it's glory.

Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand words.

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    lechlech Chicagoland
    Including a few added screenshots would be a nice feature, however it's not absolutely necessary given the nature of a few extensions. However it would be useful for styles where necessary.

    You're thinking of feature like those found at updates.mozilla, aren't you?
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    edited May 2007
    Yeah, isn't mozilla secretly using Vanilla for its Addon section? Thought I read that somewhere...

    Anyway, yeah, although more images would be nice, my main beef is that the one image shown in the Vanilla Add-ons section show is too small to see any detail. Or it's just a cropped version. And certainly DO NOT have an image link to a popup image of the same size image. I see that time and time again. So silly.
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    edited May 2007
    larger images and larger file size.
    btw the Addon comment box allows html. the extension developers can add lot of big images in it.
    Like I did with my Nuggets Extensions.
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    StashStash
    edited May 2007
    http://lussumo.com/addons/index.php?PostBackAction=AddOn&AddOnID=240 http://lussumo.com/addons/index.php?PostBackAction=AddOn&AddOnID=283 Examples of what Schiz was talking about. I agree it would be nice if you could just click on the thumbnail and get a bigger picture ThickBox stylee, without having to load up the whole page.
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    edited May 2007
    Yeah, although developers CAN enter html and use large images doesn't mean they do. Schizo excluded. :) Thickbox with next/previous functionality would rock!
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