Photo lovers can spend hours browsing Flickr. However, if you want to view a photo in different resolutions on Flickr, then the process involves opening the photo, clicking on “Actions” and then selecting the resolution from the next page. The process is lengthy and can become boring after doing this for some photos. How about an easy solution that directly presents photo resolution options on the main photo page.
View Flickr Photos in Different Resolutions Directly
That’s where a userscript known as Flickr: Show All Sizes comes in. This userscript adds a link to the bottom of every available photo/image which points to all the available sizes of the photo.
After installing this userscript, you can see that it has inserted links of all available sizes that the uploader has made available on Flickr. All you need to do is to just click on the resolution that you want to view the photo. These links appear beneath every individual photo, as you can see in the above image. You’ll need to wait for a few seconds for this userscript to load on the page.
This script is very useful for Flickr users who want to view image in different resolutions, without going through a lengthy process. You can just click on the image size from the bottom of the screen.
This is useful for those who want to set that image as a desktop background, but you need to look at the license information before downloading that image.
This “Show All Sizes” userscript is available for Firefox and Chrome. Give it a try from below link.