Specifically, we have huge previews of images in our 'what's new?' list (when not in grid view).
From here we can promote, fave, or remove the image from our queue. You can also see 90% of the image plainly.
Are views tabulated simply by viewing it in this manner? I don't think they are. The only way to register a 'view' on a piece is to click into it. And the only thing you can really do by doing that, that you can't immediately do from the 'what's new?' list is comment on it.
So, you could end up with pictures having more faves than views, right? Which is absurd.
So, unless i'm totally wrong about this, i'd like to know what people think on the subject. I know that i'm glancing at artwork in this huge preview, and then closing it. If i don't have something to say on it, that artist doesn't get a view from my interaction, even though i definitely looked at it for a few seconds.
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