What is this thing?
I just published some 130meg+ pictures. They are huge. When viewed in IE 6, they start displaying big, then snap to a smaller size. If I run the mouse over the lower right hand corner of the picture, a little box (with arrows in the corners) appears. Clicking on the little arrow-box thing enlarges the picture.
Its a feature of IE6. I'm not sure if you can turn it off. You might want to poke around in ie6 settings
Is each image 130mb? that is huge. You might want to use irfanview or photoshop to scale them down -- they will load faster and still be detailed enough for most anyone at 600x400 pixels.
I think thats what you get if you adjust the display size of the picture on the webpage for other than its actual size.
I usually optimize images to make them smaller but these were so much better than our usual pictures and the Ga Tech girls have rocket speed Internet, so I just left them alone. Besides, my daughter #1 is in some of the pictures.
tk: re image resizing
tk - It makes the image fit in the Window, which is a good thing. Otherwise I'd only see the top/left 2% (just kidding).
Actually, I don't mind it particularly now that I know a little more about it. I hope other folks who see the pictures will know that it's there.
It's got to be said, the defenders should be watching the attacking player rather than the ball! ;)
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