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7/1/11
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fatulipam

Where did the exact size of the image search?

"Where did the exact size of the image search?"
any, large, medium ikon - exac size can not be found -I think is very practical and simple was the exact size of the search, please put it back
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ent1776
7/2/11
ent1776
I agree!  I used this often.  It's especially useful for finding desktop background images that are an exact fit to your desktop. 

The image search option needs more size-specification features, not fewer.
princess49
7/2/11
princess49
I agree too. I loved this feature that let us pick the sizes of the images. Now  we can only choose from icon, medium, large, but i liked before when we could choose 1024x768 or 1600x1200 etc. Please bring back those options!
Preos
7/2/11
Preos
We need this option back in the normal search at the left box...advanced search is not efficient.
Andre Bach
7/2/11
Andre Bach
Please Bring back the option, let us choose the size 
3 options is a poor choice from google 
Google user
7/4/11
Google user
It's still there, but it's under "Advanced Search."
ExUser
7/4/11
ExUser
Going to "Advanced Search" is inconvenient.  It involves navigating away from the page I''m on with extra clicks.
The old location on the main interface was so much more convenient.
puadxe
7/4/11
puadxe
Yeah this was a step back, please give us that option back, I used it very regularly. I am not fond of these apple-esque sacrifices of functionality. Or even just give us the option to customize it ourselves. That sort of customization is the reason I prefer a lot of products over others (like firefox).


TrevorLaneRay
7/5/11
TrevorLaneRay
The availability of the "Exact Size" filter was extremely necessary to the computer user sphere.
Let me reiterate; it's EXTREMELY NECESSARY!
Get it? I'm pretty disappointed in the over-simplification of the interface to that degree.
Yes, the current design is a step up. The exclusion of this feature from the search tools was a bad mistake.
Fix. Now. Please. We beg you...
faxedhead
7/5/11
faxedhead
I agree also, and I found that using Advanced Search and specifying an exact size didn't work anyway!!  E.g. search for images that are 16x16 but the results were all different sizes!  So it appears to be broken anyway :(
missie427
7/5/11
missie427
I hope google listens to it's users and puts this back!
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Keith Davis
11/10/12
Keith Davis
I'm glad Google's working to bring this back, but in the meantime I've been pasting &tbs=islt:2mp,isz:ex,iszw:1920,iszh:1080 onto the end of my image searches.
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