I noticed this the other day. On auctions where you can zoom in on the pictures, the file name ends with "32" and on auctions where the seller didn't allow zooming, the file name ends with "12" or some other number. Well, over half of the time you can change the "12" or whatever other number might be there to "32" and view a much larger image if the seller actually uploaded a large image to begin with.
For example... this auction had one of those disappointing "12" images that [email protected] won't let you zoom in on. It's pathetic to look at these and even more pathetic to save to your computer for reference.
Well, here's the difference between 12 and changing to 32:
I thought I would post it in this section of DBF because it is only viewable by members, and thus [email protected] may not find it and change their code, especially if I don't spell [email protected] properly.
And... because those images above will be deleted from [email protected]'s server(s) within a few months, I am going to go ahead and provide uploaded versions of the same images here:
Last Edit: Sept 5, 2013 18:22:47 GMT -6 by Branjita