What else to say? Colors arent as few as they could be, I know.
I can zoom it out just fine. But then I don't use Pixel Joint's zooming function. I use Image Zoom extension for Firefox and just hold down the right mouse button over an image and use the mouse wheel to zoom in and out on any image I damn well please. It's a far superior and more comfortable method than the - and + buttons there. By the way it's a nice little image. Quite smooth.
These would make some nice tiles for a side-on platformer or such.
Thank u Jeremy! I used Opera it make blur, FireFox is ok!
I'm not taking a patronizing tone, I'm just explaining how I thought.
I'm posting it zoomed in because I feel this is the easiest way for everyone to view the detail in it. I'm sure a lot of people here uses Chrome, including me. I simply save them the trouble of copying/saving the image if they want to view it in detail. Although I suppose I could have uploaded the small file in native resolution, I'll think of that the next time I post something.
it looks like part of mockup or bigger picture
No reason to take a patronizing tone, i read your comments. And as has been explained, there are fixes for browser zoom issues. Ctrl+scroll will only zoom back to original resolution, if you didn't submit at 1x it won't shrink the original image.
If you would have cared to read previous comments you would have seen that I pretty much explained why I did that. And to zoom out you simply hold down ctrl and scroll.
If submitted at 1x, we can view it at its native resolution as well as zoomed, this way we can only see it zoomed.
I'm using Crome, and I can't see the flaw in doing this other than it might not give proper information when searching.
Which browser are you using? IE (ew) and FireFox don't blur, afaik there's no fix for Safari or Chrome.
At least for me it gets all blurry when I zoom in.
people here like to be able to zoom at their leisure; why not post at native resolution?