tony-n-okc wrote: The new Portfolio page doesn't seem to show the badges acquired anymore. Is that coming back or part of the new design?
John Landolfi wrote: How does one edit their own collections and gallery? EG, there's an album in my collections that has nothing in it, How do I get rid of it?
garyrhook wrote: I think the layout is an improvement.
Most of my albums are still missing thumbnails, as they have been for months now.
The last photo in each album is mis-managed, made to be as wide as the rows above, and the image enlarged and clipped to the require width, rather than the last row being partial, with the images appropriately sized.
So: two bugs, one long-standing.
tony-n-okc wrote: Doing well, thank you Alex. I consider the badges as identifiers to others who might view my gallery or profile. They let others know how long I've been involved with PT and how often I've interacted in the forums. I felt they present some level of credibility to comments I make or the photographs I present. Thanks for the great work you do on PT and the forums you provide us with.
John Landolfi wrote: Thanks, Alex. Got back from Ita;y in March, and I'm off to Seattle in a week. How's the family?
John Landolfi wrote: I'd love to see you both, and Caleb! I'll be leaving on July 30, after almost six weeks. I think Naomi would object to an extended stay...
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