Helen (heleninwales) wrote,
Helen
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Woe, woe and thrice woe!

I was horrified to see the new Flickr design. All the images just crammed together as though you had tipped a box of snapshots out onto the table and the font has got tinier.

Why is it that the older I get the smaller the text becomes? I know the resolution of the new screens is much better, but that still doesn't mean that I want everything in the equivalent of 8 point.

I am seriously going to have to look into how to alter setting, but then usually if you do that, it messes up the display.

*sigh*

Also, there isn't going to be a sensible way to keep my Flickr use ad-free. I pay for a "Pro" account and have done since I started on Flickr about 5 years ago, but they're doubling the price and the only benefit is not seeing adverts.

*more sighs*
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