I do not use images in Tinderbox documents very frequently, but I’m considering doing a few projects with Tinderbox that will involve more images. “More” is probably 20 or 30 PNGs around 200x300 – roughly. Could be more or less. I usually do these kinds of projects in Curio, but the lack of user-definable attributes for text notes is a problem for these new projects, which need more intelligence.
So, before going down this path, I want to avoid investing in a document that then begins to perform poorly.
Which leads to the headline question: how many images (in a Tinderbox document) are too many for good performance? Is there a rule of thumb?