I went to all the trouble of creating a nice, long 3000-by-200 pixel theme header image so that the entire image I intended would show up on the right-hand side of a browser window, and when I submitted it, you guys hacked off the entire left hand side of the image so that it then super-enlarged what remained of the right side and thereby cut off most of the entire center and bottom half of the image when it’s finally approved to be applied as a theme.
Here’s what I submitted:
And here’s what the system does to that image, which then gets super-zoomed-in on to make it look terrible when it’s finally applied to a browser:
What’s worse, your system gives us no way to alter or adjust the image shape or anything after you approve it, so now it just looks terrible. Can’t you guys get this sorted out?
Finally, notice that what your system is doing, if we went to the trouble to submit a very long and narrow image so it would ultimately fit in the header just the right way, is that it cuts off most of the left side – possibly if there’s a lot of empty blank space there, for some reason, even though you actually want all that blank space so it doesn’t clash with the tabs and all the text on the left side of the header – and then creates a truncated, “more appealing” image.
But then it takes that image and zeroes way in on it, in order to achieve a very long and narrow final image that will fit in the header window – which is exactly how we’d designed it to begin with, but instead with ALL OF THE IMAGE WE WANTED.
Am I really the first person to complain about this? Because I know you’ve been publishing user-submitted themes for a very long time now, and I can’t imagine I’m the first person your system has done this to, and so I can’t be the first person who’s complained about this.
So when will you finally fix this?