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I certainly support this measure. I recently purchased a UHD monitor and even
with thumbnail size preference set to 300px the images are often too small to
see sufficient detail to make use of them. 

When the bulk of monitors were 1024x, the 300 px limit was sufficient, but in
the era of "retina" displays and now 4K monitors this limit is actually
hindering usability of Wikipedia.

I understand certain developments within Media Wiki Viewer may lend themselves
to this change given the caching issue with the image secsets to be used.

360px would be welcome for sure but it may be the right time to look at even
larger thumbs given pixel density developments.

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