April 01, 2022
Testing the video index at the Blue OS Museum, which later inspired Razorback's own.
Alejandro: Yeah, I vaguely recall the same thing, but had a hard time finding it some time between then and now.
I remember seeing a high quality version of this video on YouTube in 2011
eai cara blz gostei do seu site
Two more site suggestions (the latter could be a bit too much for you):
Kugee: Well I just found that the "Back to gallery" is too far to the left and right when it is in the first and latest image respectively when I am on my 1920x1080 laptop screen. I did not notice when I was browsing this page on my (for now) hARMful Samsuck touchphone.
flatrute: Originally, my plan was to scrap the back/forward buttons to avoid confusion with those found in the comments. Some time as I was getting the new code in place, I figured the idea of putting neighboring thumbnails in their place would allow them to remain visually distinct from the comment navigation buttons while showing the user upfront what they're gonna be clicking to.
Kugee: So far the gallery's Back/Forward being the images themselves look a bit weird but other than that subjective opinion things look good!
We vaguely remember seeing a higher quality version of that COMDEX demo sometime back in 2011, and it wasn't until recently that it resurfaced.
Yes, some new additions to the gallery after... three months? Well, to compensate for that, I've added some really important features to help make this more intuitive and get it up to par with Razorback's video index. Now you don't have to squint to look at pictures inline with the web page, nor do you have to settle for the extreme end that is a high megapixel photograph!
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