You and I have known each other for a long time. One year, 11 months and 3 days, to be exact. And in that time span, we've had our fair share of difficulties which, up until now, I've turned a blind eye upon in lieu of severing our erstwhile working relationship.
Oh sure, when you caught me red-handed stripping out your banner ads, I've let it go and I've placed the ads back.
When you've cutoff the rss feed to non-pro account members, I've let it go (and thankfully you've made it available to me again).
Oh, and when you've forced me to upgrade to a pro account (read: paid) so that I can continue to edit my custom html -- when it was previously free -- it was a hard pill to swallow, but even that I've let go.
But this... hoo boy, this may be the last straw...
What happened is sometime last week, when I uploaded you a photo, I've noticed that the pic that you've rendered was more pixelated than usual. After some investigative effort, I found that you've somehow set your Max Image Size field to 460px instead of the usual 640px, and you did it without my consent. And as bad as that sounds, here's the kicker: you wouldn't let me set it back to anything above 460px!
So my pics continued to be pixelated. And I received neither warnings nor error messages whatsoever. I mean, you have my number. Was it too much effort to call?
So now I'm thinking, this can't be bug. But after repeated queries with no explanations, I am convinced that it is. And apparently a lot of people in Google Groups were wondering the same thing. One guy found a workaround: revert to an old
Which leads me to conclude that the bug lies in the new templates: I think the new 2006 templates imposes a max image limit size on a template-by-template basis (I've noticed the new ones have a limit of 547px), and somehow the template that I was using on you had a limit of 460px. So, starting you over with a deprecated template freed me from the size limit.
And your nagging.
So alas, I got you looking the way you were before. Like starting over? Hi, my name is GP, and our love-hate relationship is making me wanna jump ship and open a Flickr account.