Yea I'm not sure what the best solution is... I don't currently run deepstack (but plan to in the future) I understand the need for the larger images to read the annotations. I quite liked the smaller preview animations as it was easy to mouse over and scroll through several. With the current behavior it is semi-jarring to scroll through and go from small to large small to large... My eyes have to refocus to a larger image and then back to the alerts list to hover over the next alert.@mrfrankmrfrank @sebastiantombs That is an recent change in UI3.
It was done because deepstack can make annotations on a high-res JPEG file associated with the alert. Things like drawing a box around an object and labeling it "person 96%" or whatever. At the small size, these annotations were not typically legible. So now when Blue Iris indicates it has a Hi-res JPEG file associated with an alert, UI3 will load that at full resolution instead of the smaller thumbnail when you mouse over the alert. This is configured in Blue Iris Camera Properties > Trigger. But perhaps deepstack integration can also cause these images to be created? I've never actually used deepstack.
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There are also some new settings related to the preview animation, including the ability to turn off the animation when a high resolution JPEG is found (in order to actually give the user time to read deepstack's annotations).
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If needed, I suppose I could add another setting that prevents the Hi-res JPEG from being shown at all, so the preview will just always be normal size.