Suggestion for the picture gallery torrent browse view
I've noticed recently that more and more torrents that have no picture to display are landing in the picture browse view. The user ends up with mysterious blackout zones in the presentation (not that big of a deal), but when your cursor slides over what appears to be an empty space, you get treated to a flash of info popups or category panels for whatever phantom torrent haunts that specific space. I've attached a screen grab from this afternoon showing what it looks like when six phantom entries land in the same neighborhood in the display.
Is there a way to change the picture page display to only show torrents that have at least one picture to display?
It seems only logical that the picture page should require a picture to make it onto a user's screen.
I've always found the picture browser to be the fastest way to find content, glance at the file details or screen shots as needed, and start downloading. Making this adjustment would ensure that picture challenged phantom posts can never become unwanted distractions derailing the non stop never ending flow of offerings that the picture page interface delivers.
BTW the phantom items were all "Future Boy" torrents. I tracked them down in Search view to ensure the dark spaces on the picture browser display were truly caused by torrents without any preview pictures. The "Future Boy" torrents did not have any pictures.
You should report…
[there is available report button below each torrent neglecting rules]
They do that most of the time posting too many torrents w/o following correct procedures…
11.Any information, e.g. the title, categories, pictures and description must correctly represent the content of the files shared with the torrent and avoid misleading members about the content. This applies as well to additions, votes or comments made by other members than the original uploader. In doubt, rather than providing wrong information, omit it.
At least one good quality picture is mandatory for the torrent presentation.