I reverted your abolition of right aligned images in the "IDE Window: Package Options" page because it is inconsistent with the other similar pages which use right-aligned images to shorten page lengths and keep associated text close to the relevant image in a browser window. Trev (talk) 22:55, 6 February 2021 (CET)
As for me, I don't like right-aligned pictures at all (even I would say I hate it).
As for this particular page, your last revision on my screen (1680x1050, 96 dpi) looks very bad (something like heap of mixed dominos). Last revision from Alextpp looks good:
I would suggest very limit usage of right-aligned pictures and use right aligning only for logos like "For Windows/Linux/Mac only", "Lazarus Code" and etc.
FTurtle (talk) 12:39, 7 February 2021 (CET)
OK! I reverted my reversion. It's odd though - I tested it, before reverting, on SeaMonkey, Firefox and Safari web browsers and at different resolutions 1920x1080 and 2560x1440 and 2048x1152 and all was fine.
As for right aligned images - I just followed the existing format which I thought was good because it kept the text near the image so you didn't need to keep scrolling around the page as you now do to see the image and the text at the same time.