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250 Imagewidth

At this width, the portable infobox actually performs better than the non-PI. Note how the text of the caption is so wide that it pushes past the width of the picture and creates unattractive whitespace around the image.

The PI, however, is able to cope, and renders a true 250px box.

Original non-portable infobox
250 NPI (but the caption text pushes it to 288)
Pheles appears
Phele's (Shakugan no Shana) unrestricted spell, "Kaze no Tenrin" is able to adapt itself and gain power as it passes between person to person, eventually culminating into summoning a clone equal in power to the original.

Power/Ability to:

Use powers that can adapt themselves.

Portable infobox


300 imagewidth

At this width, the boxes are equal. If there's a significant difference between the two, I can't spot it.

Original non-portable infobox
300 NPI
Pheles appears
Phele's (Shakugan no Shana) unrestricted spell, "Kaze no Tenrin" is able to adapt itself and gain power as it passes between person to person, eventually culminating into summoning a clone equal in power to the original.

Power/Ability to:

Use powers that can adapt themselves.

Portable infobox


400 imagewidth

At this largest width, we can see that the non-PI does not automatically change over to a legible font-color for the title. It sticks with white, while the PI knows to switch to something you can read.

Also, the PI retains its relationship between the {{{row 1 title}}} and {{{row 1 info}}}, so that the style looks exactly like it does at every other width. The non-PI doesn't.

Original, non-portable infobox
NPI 400
Pheles appears
Phele's (Shakugan no Shana) unrestricted spell, "Kaze no Tenrin" is able to adapt itself and gain power as it passes between person to person, eventually culminating into summoning a clone equal in power to the original.

Power/Ability to:

Use powers that can adapt themselves.


Portable infobox
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