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cliffordbeshers
cliffordbeshers

Dunes, Death Valley National Park.

Miraz
Miraz

@cliffordbeshers More triangles, I see. 😀

cliffordbeshers
cliffordbeshers

@Miraz Yes!

val
val

@cliffordbeshers Beautiful photo! What was the temperature outside?

odd
odd

@cliffordbeshers Beautiful. I zoomed in, but because of the compression I can’t tell if there is a person at the top of the dune ridge or not.

cliffordbeshers
cliffordbeshers

@val Maybe 50F near sunset?

cliffordbeshers
cliffordbeshers

@odd Two, I think, but they werre so small I didn't see them in real time, only when editing.

cdevroe
cdevroe

@cliffordbeshers ✨ How do I see this larger?

cliffordbeshers
cliffordbeshers

@cdevroe in the web interface, click the image. That stilll isn‘t the full resolution I upload, but it is the best I’ve figured out so far.

cdevroe
cdevroe

@cliffordbeshers Oh! I didn't realize the Mac app didn't load the full resolution image after clicking on it. That is odd @manton?

Beautiful image. Love the cool tones and dof.

manton
manton

@cdevroe @cliffordbeshers Yeah, Micro.blog just doesn't store the full resolution image. The Mac app will load whatever is there. (Great photo!)

ericmwalk
ericmwalk

@cliffordbeshers great photo! Also, a place I have not been before, I think I need to add it to the list.

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jemostrom
jemostrom

@manton question about this, when I see this image in my timeline it's the width of the column (of course), when I drag the image to desktop it's 999667. But when I double-click on the image and open in a separate window it's about 430290 and it doesn't become any larger if I resize the window (all in micro.blog app). My expectation was that the window would show the image in it's max size not in a smaller size than in the timeline.

cdevroe
cdevroe

@manton @cliffordbeshers So, for me, on this post, the Mac app loads a small image, but the web app loads a large image.

manton
manton

@jemostrom We often display images at half the full resolution because most screens pack twice the pixels in, so showing it that way provides all the detail possible. Which app are you using? Mac should keep zooming in if you resize the window.

manton
manton

@cdevroe Huh, so it does. That's weird. Lemme check.

jemostrom
jemostrom

@manton micro.blog for macOS. Yes, but in this case the display in the separate window is less than half of the max size of the image, and I can't change the photo size. I can change the window size but that doesn't affect the photo size, I also tried command-+ but that doesn't work.

manton
manton

@jemostrom Sorry, you're right. This seems to be happening to some images but not others. I'm sure it's something we can fix.

manton
manton

@cdevroe @cliffordbeshers @jemostrom I'm testing a Mac fix for this. Download a beta here if anyone wants to follow along.

jemostrom
jemostrom

@manton 👍🏻 This version works the way I expected.

pratik
pratik

@cliffordbeshers Love it. Mesquite Dunes, right? Spent a night near there. Surreal.

cliffordbeshers
cliffordbeshers

@pratik Yup.