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One of the things people have complained about many times over the years is the size and quantity of the images on the website. Personally I've always liked to focus on having the video on the site rather than endless amounts of images, but as connection speeds and screen resolutions have increased so much over the years I have been starting to think it's about time I upped the image amount. So starting with everything from the last few weeks worth of updates, if you click on the thumbnail image you'll now get taken to a selection of larger imagery from that clip.

Going forward I'll be adding lots of large images with any new clip. For the archive stuff, over time I'll try and increase the number of images as much as possible. This is only likely to happen where I have copies in a digital format though, which usually means things from about 2006 onwards. Whilst I could put larger images online for everything off VHS too, as the resolution of the format is low to start with it's just going to be stretching that low-res rather than adding much.

A large amount of new content has been added to the E4 page, taking it from being a page with just a small selection of images from Christmas 2009 to a full channel page now covering the last two graphic packages in quite a bit of detail. Everything on this page now has the larger image galleries as just discussed above too. Any feedback on this new feature is welcome via the usual channels on Twitter (@testvwhirl) or the guestbook.

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