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mozami says

Just an thought – wouldn’t it be better to have tooltips on the thumbnails when viewing screenshots? That way, if a description for a particular screenshot / thumbnail exists, then the tooltip lets you know what the screenshot is about – before clicking the thumbnail.

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collis Envato team says

hehe it certainly would be more sensible, the problem is I actually put that previewer together using Frames. I know – very old school 8)

So the top part the images is actually a frame and then it just opens the images below in another frame so the top part never reloads. So tool tips would get cut off in the top frame.

I should remake it with a single page at some point perhaps, frames were a neat quick solution :-)

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