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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad asn for hostname in answer, potentially bad ns for domain in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (3): Managing Events in Shotwell‭ by Colleen Shirley‭ on askubuntu.com
 
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Linked punctuation in answer, potentially bad keyword in answer (78): Google Chrome edit bookmark dialog hangs the browser on Ubuntu 20.04 ✏️‭ by joephill32‭ on askubuntu.com
 
 
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9:03 PM
@DanielT I made an edit in this answer of yours where I used a nice technique to make the screenshots a bit smaller in the body of the answer while keeping their full size on click. They appeared huge, probably because you use a 4k monitor.
The technique uses [![image description][x]][y] instead of [![image description][x]][x], where x is the link to the smaller version of the image, which is displayed in the post's body, and y the link to the original image.
To make the smaller versions of the images I copied the links of the original images, changed their numbering, and just appended m to the filename of each image file, right before the .png extension.
There are more letters except m that can be used to easily resize the imgur images, each corresponding to a different size. You (anyone) can read more about that in this SO meta post:
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Q: How to reduce image size on Stack Overflow

Rajesh LoganathanHow do I reduce the size of an image in Stack Overflow questions? I have found large size images in many Stack Overflow questions. I feel the formatting does not look good. While moderating I have not found any option to reduce the image size. How do I reduce a large image while moderating questi...

 
9:45 PM
There were not only blurriness but JPG compression artifacts (which shouldn't have happened because it was a PNG not a JPG). Yes, I'm on 2736x1824 + 150% zoom. I tried to replicate your suggestion using the width="400" img tag parameter. What was surprising to me is that the SE .md validator rejects alt= width= but not width= alt=. EDIT: SE chat converted the above image to .jpg but the images in the post are .png but still the left is blurry and the right clear
 
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Potentially bad ns for domain in answer (1): Accessing Minecraft Terminal when it's ran through systemmd‭ by uncle moose‭ on askubuntu.com
 

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