Script Summary: Expands any "thumbnail" and "small" images on the page and displays a "large" or "preview" versions on mouse hover in Flickr.
- Shows a preview of almost any image under the mouse.
- You can configure how large the preview image can be. You can also let the script autosize the image according to your browser window size.
- The script even works on images that were loaded via XHR after the page has loaded.
- The script tries to avoid showing the preview image near your mouse cursor to allow a more streamlined experience. You can also set the preview image to follow your mouse cursor.
- Even when the preview image is large and hides the image that you were about to click, you can instead click the preview image.
- You can access the script's settings/configuration page by clicking on the tools icon at the bottom right-hand corner of the page.
- Holding down Ctrl key will keep the popup preview image from disappearing. This means that you can right-click and save the preview image.
- Tweaked the preview image positioning algorithm.
- urlLookup: If the requested image size is not available, store the next best image's URL for quick lookup later on. This only persists for the current page load.
- Remove "spaceball" image protection elements from the DOM whenever we can.
- Removed the uso updater script dependence because Greasemonkey 0.9.18 and above already comes with an auto-updater.
- Fine-tuned the image positioning algorithm.
- Added "Ctrl" key override to persist preview image.
- Added support for a delay timer and a corresponding configuration item under settings.
- Added support for the setting the preview image to "Snap to Cursor".
-Fixed the unnecessary image requests issue from previous update. Minor bug fixes.
- Now if a large version of the image is not available, the script will try to load the next smaller size instead of displaying the generic "Image unavailable" image. I may need to revisit this code later to prevent possible unnecessary image requests.
- Added configuration options to let the users specify "Auto-Size" width and height percentages.
- Added configuration options to let the users choose which images to expand.