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Show older images on model page when a new version is released

Currently, all images are tied to the version of the model when the image was uploaded.This means that whenever a new version of the model is uploaded, the older images will no longer be visible, unless the user click on the older version of the model explicitly.I understand that this is to help users only see the images that are supposedly created by the new model, but that is not necessarily the case, because sometimes users don't update their current model because they've grown used to it, or because they use an online service that has not updated to the latest version. But they will continue to upload images to the "new version" anyway.Most people probably browse images via the "Most Reactions" so that they can see the "best" images for that model, either to just appreciate the image or to get ideas. They are probably not too concerned about which version of the model was used to create the image. Most of the time, prompts for older version works just as well on the new version.So it is a pity that these highly rated images suddenly "disappeared" when a new version of the same model is release. Many users, specially the new ones, probably don't even realize that they can see older images by click on the version tab. Even old time users like me sometimes forgets that.At the very least, it would be nice if civitai can provide an option for users to see "images from old versions", which IMHO, should also be the default.

NowhereManGo 6 days ago

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My model merge can't be used on your site without my intervention.

I know I'm in the wrong. I just didn't feel genuine about having my model merges in create mode. While users couldn't replicate images even close to what I put up. I wanted them to be able to do this https://civitai.com/images/2646045?modelVersionId=167180&prioritizedUserIds=880137&period=AllTime&sort=Most+Reactions&limit=20. But now that these tools have been unpublished. They no longer can. If y'all can have these tools in create mode, that would be greatly appreciated. I know these sources coming from some random user has it's security risks and y'all are just looking out for the original creator and subsequent users innocently downloading possibly unsafe and complete copycat files. I didn't mean anyone harm, just trying to spread creative possibilities to others.

mm2324 7 days ago

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Improve image upload

With the current setup, I find it frustrating to upload lots of images. I often want to share many images, but can only upload 20 at a time, and then the process of adding a tag (which is silly to be mandatory), is lagging, unreliable, and doesn't always stick. It takes me minutes for each upload, when all I want to do is drag/drop images to the website. I think this process could be improved.How about increasing the cap to 100 images, and not enforcing a tag to your post?Honestly, I wish posts were optional. It's great to be able to group uploads together like this, but the limit of 20 images makes it arbitrary. I think collections are a better solution to this behavior.Right now, for maximum exposure of an image, you are incentivized to upload it 1 by 1. This way it will ALWAYS be shown when in a gallery.If you upload 20 images, each image has a 1/20 chance of being exposed, which means that each image gets less views and impression opportunity.I think there's an inherit flaw here, but it may be intentional design.It's just that the design can be worked around if you are patient and upload one image at a time, and spend the time to manually tag each single-image post as required.This is why I think this design is flawed and could be reconsidered.

mnemic 8 days ago

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Model Gallery vs User Gallery

Right now when uploading images to a model, you do it through a post.This is fine, but it also means that only ONE of the images will be shown off in the Gallery section below your model.What if instead each model has 2 galleries. One gallery where the owner of the model can post any number of images (quickly), which are not uploaded via a post. You should be able to batch at least 100 images and just get them up there without having to go through the "lengthy" Image Post process with tags. Just use the model tags automatically or something like this.At the top of the gallery, there's also a button to go to the User Gallery. This gallery itself is placed below the model gallery. This is where all other images go. And instead of showing 1 image post, it shows all images.As the model owner, I can also highlight images from the User Gallery. Either to show them at the top of the gallery, or in a special "Highlighted Images" gallery in-between model and user images. These could be a bit larger maybe, or get some special framing.This way we encourage community interaction, while still showing off lots of artwork.

mnemic 8 days ago

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