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Whippy

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Ever since I started posting here I always thought that you had to set the latest image in a submission to be the first one in the series in order for people to see it when they clicked on your updated image. I never knew that the link the watchers actually got was a link to page you updated because every artist I was watching either uploaded everything all in one big swoop or reordered the latest image to be "first" and not "last" in the set.

It still kind of bugs me even now to see an old first draft thumbnail show up on a newly updated submission. So which why do you guys like to see the images ordered? Newest to oldest? Or (default) oldest to newest?
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Added: 5 years, 5 months ago
 
InfamousMustelid
5 years, 5 months ago
Newest first imo.
Whippy
5 years, 5 months ago
That's my favorite way too.
furloverguy84
5 years, 5 months ago
If the new one is used first it will let people know just by looking at the picture that it has been updated, although it does tell you of an update using the old picture if you had made one, still seeing a snippet of the new picture makes better sense.
Whippy
5 years, 5 months ago
True, it does give newcomers a chance to see the latest without all the hassle. It does make more sense too. Mmm, guess I'll start ordering them that way again hehe.
furloverguy84
5 years, 5 months ago
Well that's all up to you. :)
FoxWolfie
5 years, 5 months ago
Either way would be fine with me, it only it was consistent across the site.  They way it is now, I have to stop, and reread the description and hope the artist mentions which is the newest, if the content alone doesn't make it obvious.  You are one of only a few artists who actually describes each additional entry to a submission. I wish everyone would do that.
Whippy
5 years, 5 months ago
Hehehe! ^.^ Well I figure since the images themselves have no numbers, it helps direct the viewer to the proper one.Oh!! I should add that to my list to suggestions! Numbers on top of each image when you roll over them.  I'm glad you find my descriptions helpful though! Shows that all those descriptions really do help people ^.^ *huggles*
Klandagi
5 years, 5 months ago
I prefer oldest first, which is why I don't browse this site too much.
Whippy
5 years, 5 months ago
But...the default order IS oldest to newest. That alone prevents you from browsing the whole site? 0_0
Klandagi
5 years, 5 months ago
I checked with an admin on it. The default is newest to oldest.
Whippy
5 years, 5 months ago
Uh, nope. I just updated one of my images. The new image is placed all the way at the bottom of the stack, the last position. If I would've let it stay that way, the new image would be way over on the right of the list. I've always had to shift the new image to the top of the stack (left most position when  you're looking at it in the gallery).
Klandagi
5 years, 5 months ago
Something must be off with my profile then.  I get new stuff first, old stuff last.
AltheAlbinoFox
5 years, 5 months ago
Are we arguing two separate things then? Submissions, vs. pages within a submission, perhaps?
Just because, many an odd argument comes out of a little miscommunication...
comjuke
5 years, 5 months ago
newest first but sometimes I over write an old  version
RufusTheRat
5 years, 5 months ago
I usually like the "newest" first, unless the rest of the images in a set are "alternate" version of a pic, where no picture is "more finished" than the other (Ie, like "Boxers version", "Briefs version", "naked version").
stinkinweasel
5 years, 5 months ago
Honestly I'm good either way, if I see there's an update I look it up, even if the thumb or preview is the same as before ^^
MystBunny
5 years, 5 months ago
If it's like.. a comic or something, you can put a cover page first or something, then people interested in that comic will know there's a new page available, but if it's a more finished version of one pic, re-ordering it might be better.
PeachClover
5 years, 5 months ago
Delete the drafts when you are finished with the pic, because unless something was significantly altered from the draft, there is no need to keep the WIP when it has been completed.
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