Montana Matt wrote:Yes, I'm not sure why it happens, but some information is not being inserted into the database when photos are uploaded. Thus on the photo page, the code isn't aware of all of the available sizes of photos and it displays the original when it should be displaying the medium resized image.
Talking about image sizes: in the new editor, inserting an image always generates the code for the medium sized version. That's almost always fine, except in those rare occasions where there isn't a medium sized version. I've seen that only a few times, when the original was already relatively small so there was never a need to reduce it to medium anymore.
Another minor point: when resizing an already inserted image in the new editor, from, for example, 500 pixels wide to 970, it would be nice if the medium sized image version would automatically be replaced by the original one if such a version exists. To put it more precisely, upon resizing, it would be nice if the new editor would automatically select the best version available for that new size. For big images this will help to solve the fuzziness, for small ones it improves the speed with which the page will load. Currently I do these adjustments afterwards in the HTML code - unless I forget.
As I said, this is just a minor issue, with a usable work-around, so you may want to spend your valuable time solving other issues. In fact, it seems to me that most people don't resize images, and consequently since the introduction of the new editor the vast majority of images in trip reports are simply the medium sized ones. Smaller ones, which were used frequently in the old editor, seem to have gone out of fashion quickly. I reckon that most people either don't realize they can resize, or just don't bother doing it. I can't say if the same is true for other page types, for while I take at least a quick look at most TR's, I don't do that for the other page types.