I think we’ll get used to… lol
But…it’s a pity because my past photos, whose sizes were different, now are all blur…is there a way to fix this?
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I like how you can see the community at the top at the same time as you’re viewing somebody’s page. It will take some getting used to though, since I’m not quite sure where to look for everything yet!
But the one large photo looks good. And it’s kinda cool how you can see all the related photos at once without having to scroll down the page. :)posted almost 7 years ago
I really like it! But I have the same issue as YOUTHAGAINSTFASHION. My old pictures look blurry. :( Also, the way the tags are formatted now is a little messy, I think. I liked the old format better where the brands and descriptions are listed together.
Thanks for your work!posted almost 7 years ago
I was so confused at first but now I like it. It’s very clean but the tag thing is weird.posted almost 7 years ago
I also have to agree with the way the tags are formatted. I also like how the additional photos are thumbnails, this makes it so much neater.
It’s going to take some getting used to.posted almost 7 years ago
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i guess i don’t like the way that the other pics became small. i post other pics to document other angles and details of my outfit. thumbnails just don’t show those fine detailsposted almost 7 years ago
I suppose I’ll get used to it, but for now it’s quite disconcerting and I don’t quite feel so friendly towards it.. lol. But I do like the tags :)
But I have the issue with it being not so viewer friendly as before. Maybe it’s just me, but everything looks so huge on my monitor screen. Last time all the main stuff used to fit nicely into one glance, and I really liked it. Not so fond of the supporting pictures being thumbnails either. I just don’t bother to click to look at them more closely anymore. Also, the Times New Roman headings – but I think that is just a html fault. However, my biggest problem is that the bigger pictures amplify the problem of picture quality for those who do not have the equipment to take pictures using a higher megapixel camera.
But I suppose give it some time and most will get used to it. Thanks for the effort!posted almost 7 years ago
The tagging is a great feature, but now you can’t identify the single item all on one line, so it can be a bit tough to figure out exactly what a person is wearing unless you’re reading super carefully.posted almost 7 years ago
hmm… i don’t mind it, but i think the pages and pictures take a lot longer to load. i’m on a slow internet connection so i’m a lot more reluctant to look at the separate pages that the individual photos are on. i think i liked the old format where you could look at the main photo in more detail if you wanted to, now the large size photo is all you can see. i’m also more reluctant to click on the thumbnails just because it take so long for them to load for me :[
has anyone else on a slow connection noticed the page takes longer to load, or am i just being more impatient than usual?
i’m also not really keen on the tagging thing, it makes it harder to find out what separate items people are wearing, unless you read them closely..
I haven’t been a Chictopia user that long, so I haven’t really ‘gotten used’ to the old page format – I do like the way the extra pictures are thumbnails though – less scrolling is better!posted almost 7 years ago
I like the new layout, but what I noticed a few days ago was that the new font for the photo title was serif, which looked really good against all the sans-serif on this site, but today I noticed that the photo title is back to Arial, unfortunately. That’s really trivial, but it was just a little something I noticed.posted almost 7 years ago
haha, like everyone else, i’ll get used to it. but my one suggestion is that there should be a thumbnail for the main photo, because as it is, once you click on the supporting photos, you can’t go back to view the main picture anymore unless you go back to the blog.posted almost 7 years ago
“but my one suggestion is that there should be a thumbnail for the main photo, because as it is, once you click on the supporting photos, you can’t go back to view the main picture anymore unless you go back to the blog.”
Actually, you don’t need to click through the thumbnails to scroll through all the photos. If you click the larger photo, it’ll then change to the next photo. I don’t know if I’m making sense, but if you’re viewing the last thumbnail, click the large photo and it will go back to the main one.posted almost 7 years ago
Still seems a little inconvenient to not be able to just click to the main photo again, though.posted almost 7 years ago