Credit for image should not cover the image
James Cobban said: The copyright on most of the images made available on FamilySearch does not belong to Intellectual Reserve Inc and therefore it is necessary and appropriate that the copyright holder should be thanked for granting permission to FamilySearch to make those images available. However it would be nice if this thank you did not cover up part of the image display area. At present it is positioned over the center of the top portion of the image even if there is unused space immediately above that spot and the popup cannot be closed or dragged to a less intrusive position by the mouse. Even when I view images in a half-screen window there is enough unused space above the credit in the header bar between the paging controls and the print tool for the credit to be moved up. I do a lot of my work with two screens on my desktop so I frequently have the image window open in full-screen mode while I update my records on the other screen. In this case there is even more room to move the credit out of the way because there is nothing between it and the top of the browser window, but indeed the site just makes the credit popup *wider* so it takes up even more of the space for viewing the image. This forces me to reduce the zoom level of the image so it will fit below the bottom of the credit notice which causes added eyestrain for my presbyopia.