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Re: Bigger avatars

Posted: 13 February 2019, 14:19
by souly4
No, but I'm not much into programming in the first place and I trust your statement :)

I saw that apparently there is no poll function in this forum, so to show some commitment I've quickly created one on an external site. While it's mainly meant as a model, I won't oppose if you stick to it in case you indeed decide to pursue this way and include the community ;)
(It would be sensible to create a new thread for it then to get more attention)

https://www.quiz-maker.com/poll2250060xD9A94563-65

Re: Bigger avatars

Posted: 13 February 2019, 16:21
by EllieK
sourisdudesert wrote:Thanks for your feedback.

The previous default avatar is no more suitable with the rounded design, so we need a new one.

However, if someone would like to propose a better than the current one, it can be posted here.



The question mark is very nice; it cleans up the interface and makes it possible to quickly scan and understand the available tables. The grey icons are much more acceptable when paired with the question marks.

Thank you!

Re: Bigger avatars

Posted: 14 February 2019, 18:43
by nandblock
I'm not sure I can tell the difference between a spot at a table that is "optional" and one that is "required"--it looks like the same grey question mark to me. (E.g. I want to be able to tell at a glance if a table for Eminent Domain is for 4 players but a 2p or 3p game is possible, or if the table is specifically for 4p.) It used to be easy to tell this before the new avatar system was introduced.

Re: Bigger avatars

Posted: 13 March 2019, 02:37
by rachel_atwork
What are the pixel dimensions for the main image? I am surprised this is not in the initial post. I need to know what dimensions to make my image.

Thank you!
Rachel

Re: Bigger avatars

Posted: 13 March 2019, 08:35
by sourisdudesert
rachel_atwork wrote:What are the pixel dimensions for the main image? I am surprised this is not in the initial post. I need to know what dimensions to make my image.


The best image size is 148x148.

You're right, this information is missing and will be added on the interface.