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I just thought that this might be a good idea when posting an answer on SU a little bit ago. I posted a few pictures with the obligatory free hand circles and then remembered that some users cry out when users post pictures and say replace with a link. We could add maybe a flag, to the markdown to 'collapse' a div or something similar or to default with it collapsed and have a link saying something to the effect. 'Click to expand images'

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Those users should probably upgrade their Hayes 300 baud acoustic modems. (dintz.com/in-depth-getting-connected-a-history-of-modems) – Robert Cartaino Mar 10 '10 at 2:09
    
From what I have seen they don't complain due to bandwidth but more from the aesthetics. – MrStatic Mar 10 '10 at 2:14
    
Tell those users to not go near meta.stackexchange.com/questions/41660/… then ;) – perbert Mar 10 '10 at 11:51
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You can always just add a thumbnail into the answer with a link to the full picture, like this:

[![Snuggie jumps][2]][1]

  [1]: http://imgur.com/v49jt.jpg
  [2]: http://imgur.com/v49jts.jpg

I guess people complaining from the aesthetics will like this more?

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Beware, free hand circles are only mandatory on meta.

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Yea, who is/are crying for freehand circles on SU? I would like to see that :P – o.k.w Mar 10 '10 at 2:07
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Free hand circles are mandatory in life for me. :) – MrStatic Mar 10 '10 at 2:12

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