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Welcome to Yesterday
I like the idea of an infinite loading page, but I usually want to see the image resolution displayed straight away, the roll-over to see other info, is pretty slow to load.
I certainly looks cleaner now, but for practical uses you should be able to toggle the info off/on on the very first page
That's awesome. I love the rollover information also. I don't think this was here yesterday when I was doing an image search, though. It stays.
Do not like!! I want image info and structures nav not snazzy bullshit!
I want to see rollover info without having to rollover! More work for user = not good
I'm gladly giving up image info for being able to see more images.
Anyway, you can refine the size of images you're looking for, so why do you need the dimensions?
Dude, you can still filter on the left.
I'm not seeing anything different. Just me??
same here aanderton
This is not new my friend.
I guess if you aren't seeing the difference, the way the images gang up and resize automatically, with an infinite window and image rollovers, then it makes sense that you guys are seeing the old version. Doesn't it?
SO WEIRD! I just tried it out again, only an hour after seeing the update, and it reverted to the OLD version. Was that like a brief preview or something...maybe an accident? I already miss it.
Can't see it... even with caches/cookies/history/etc. cleared.
Haven't had it pop up yet but from the screenshots I'll hate it. I need to know how big the fucking images are so I'm not wasting time looking at small images.
e.g Looking for iTunes album art I want 300px minimum, I remember they got rid of the info last year at some point and it suddenly because a fucking pain
I don't see the new version but my co-worker who sits 5 feet from me does. WTF!
Ya, filter is not enough! I want to see the exact sizes and also what site i'm going to, without rolling over every bastard image. I also want to know what page i'm on and navigate to other pages without having to excessively scroll. To me it's a backward step in usability and forward step towards ipad-esk bullpolp!
this is new?