akirabyte the user always will see "the same pics" (asc-desc) from the beginning and near , people will not scroll for hours to discover all of them, also browser memory will overload without pagination to intention to load all those amount of pictures.
If I am the visitor of that page, am I then expected to start clicking "shuffle" instead of scrolling? As a visitor, if I was genuinely interested in these photos, I would definitely not do this to start viewing different photos. At some point, once the shuffle is clicked more than once, the visitor will start seeing the same photos they have seen before. Sorry, but this is not effective for browsing photos.
akirabyte people will not scroll for hours to discover all of them, also browser memory will overload without pagination to intention to load all those amount of pictures.
So if they aren't gonna scroll, how are they even gonna view even 10% of the images? Should they click shuffle until they have seen a fair amount of the images? Even if the user clicks shuffle, surely they should scroll after they click shuffle, else it's not really logical.
akirabyte I really thing it's is cool, entertaining, and useful for big galleries.
It might be cool and entertaining, but I don't personally think it's actually useful. Anyway, thanks for the request. It really wouldn't be to complicated to add, so maybe! But I don't think it will be enabled by default.