Matt Miller wrote:Hi Gangolf,
Thanks for reporting this. I am looking at the problem but can't see what exactly the cause is for the fact that the images aren't showing at their maximum resolution.
If I right-click on the image and open it in a new window, it is very large:
https://sp-images.summitpost.org/103075 ... 1095ff2cb5
So there must be some sort of CSS limitation with the wrapping div that is preventing the image from going to max resolution. Ah yes...I see the issue now...it is with img max-width: 100% and the outer div being set at 770px width, so the image is limited to that width as well.
Hmm, I can't think of a way to fix that off the top of my head. A change was made to the CSS so that all images are responsive now, which is very important for proper responsive display of pages on all devices and to achieve that it required setting max-width: 100%.
Let me do some Googling to see if I can find a solution for displaying "responsive" panorama images. I am assuming instead of the image being shrunk to fit the width of the screen, the behavior you'd like to see is that there is a scroll bar across the bottom as it behaved in the past?
Livioz has realized that if you exchange the code of the picture as it used to be
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with the code of the high resolution picture
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everything remains as it used to be. Now the obvious question is whether it would be possible to automate such an exchange...
On the other hand I fully understand that nowadays you'd want responsive design. Back when we "invented" these sliding panoramas nobody thought of displaying SP on a mobile device and we invented rules like the 770 px rule, assuming the best resolution to view these panos was on a screen of 1024 pixels width.
The times they are a changin' - as Bob used to say ...