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Well heres a suggestion for google

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#1 TheEgg


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Posted 19 November 2009 - 09:57 PM

Sometimes I search google images. An image sometimes takes me to a very LOOOOONG page. Usually a blog. First, I can't stand pages with too much on them with the scroll bar becoming a grain of rice.

But anyway, I find it hard to find the image on the page so I can read about it and find the context of it. So google needs to put an option in the top that says "find on page", and it will use like an anchor to to take you to where the picture is on the page.

Also, google needs to let you have control of the top frame again like they used to. I remember when I used to be able to grab the bar and squeeze the top google frame all the way up. Now the only way to get rid of it is to close the frame. Which even on high speed broadband, takes too much time to reload. Even wasting a second of my time bothers me.


Edited by TheEgg, 19 November 2009 - 09:57 PM.

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