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Viewing thumbnails (I hope that's the right term)

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Posted:  03 Dec 2019 06:25
I have a technical question, and in order to explain it beyond missunderstanding I will furnish a practical visual example. This example is from a political website I came across, and I am certain there will be users who feel this is inappropriate and vent their indignation. If you have a 'neutral' website where this phenomenon also can be studied, give me the link and I will gladdly replace it.

After having got this out of the way, here's the issue: At http://www.uriasposten.net/archives/95578#comments there's a comment, #38, containing this link:

https://www.nordfront.se/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/FireShot-Scre ...

There I learned about Fireshot. What I don't understand is how do they make that a thumbnail JPG can be viewed in 2 sizes - compressed and normal. I have only Windows-Fotoanzeige with zoom, no scroll.

Is this a function of their website? Or can I have this performed without a website?
Posted:  04 Dec 2019 10:25
I'm sure, this is a function of the web browser you're using.
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Posted:  04 Dec 2019 10:32
What about making 'something like that' for everybody (I'm a layman, have no real idea)? It appears quite practical, compared to an image viewer that can only zoom, not scroll.
Posted:  04 Dec 2019 11:49
Hmm, I'm not sure where you want it to be implemented. FireShot is an extension for taking captures, this is not an image viewer.
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Posted:  05 Dec 2019 04:20
You're right, my idea is vague. But what I mean to see here is an 'image viewer' (although as a website function) where I cannot just zoom in and out, but have 1 practical viewing size, and a scroll function. Maybe such a software doesn't exist yet, plus it would be handy to have for Fireshot?
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