Thumbnails on new image picker are mighty small
Sometime recently there was an update to the image picker, the thing you open to select a feature image for a folder, gallery, or page as well as for a few other purposes. Once you get to a list of images in a gallery, the picker now displays 100x100 pixel square thumbnails with a preview button to blow them up. The preview button is helpful, but those 100x100 thumbnails are quite physically small on a higher resolution monitor. I find it hard to know what I'm looking at sometimes, and browsing almost everything with the preview button is a slow way to decide on a feature image. For reference, I'm running at QFD resolution (2560 x 1440). If those 100x100 thumbnails were on a 4K monitor, I'd guess few could see them at all well. May I request either sizing control on the thumbnails, as is the case for photos in the Organizer, or some sort of responsive interface design that takes the monitor resolution into account and offers up more pixels in the thumbnails on the higher res screens? Using the image's actual aspect ratio, rather than square thumbs, would nice too. (Oddly, I have actual-aspect-ratio thumbs in old galleries, but not in just-created ones.) The code appears to be using Small images, up to 400 x 300, so a larger thumbnail would not be pushing the resolution of the underlying image.
(Not quite sure where this discussion goes: it's not quite a bug but it seems to be more than a feature request given it addresses a recent change.)