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  1. agent0014

    agent0014 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've searched far and wide, and as far as I can tell no one else is having this problem. Whenever I try to set my background to a picture I've downloaded, it offers the crop options, but only offers the size/ratio for a single screen pane. When I crop and set it, I get a stationary background image that doesn't move at all when I flip from panel to panel in my desktop. I have no idea why it's not cropping my backgrounds to the wider ratio so there's a transition effect when swiped to a different pane. I'm using OpenHome, so I wouldn't be surprised if that had something to do with it... but I can't imagine why it's working the way it is. If I choose a background from the "wallpaper gallery" or through an app the background works normally. It's also not a resolution issue, since I've tried it with images I've used as hi-res wallpaper on a PC from interfacelift. Any ideas?
     

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  2. CriticalCritic

    CriticalCritic Well-Known Member

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    LOL! There was a guy last week that was desiring just that effect! Honestly, I don't know how you did it, or how to undo it, but if you figure it out, there's someone that wants to know.

    Sorry for being absolutely no help:eek:
     
  3. agent0014

    agent0014 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ha yeah now that you mention it I seem to remember someone asking about that in a thread. Figures I'd stumble upon the solution for that without knowing how, and manage to create my own problems!
     
  4. agent0014

    agent0014 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    So I managed to switch back to the stock home and added the wallpaper there, and it worked as it should. Now when I switch it in OpenHome, it works as normal. I don't know what caused the issue, but it seems to have fixed itself. Maybe it's some hidden setting in OpenHome that the devs are still working on that I triggered somehow... really have no idea. Problem fixed though!
     
  5. InstantKarma

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    It's not just Ahome, I just had the same problem on my MyTouch using Pandahome. Had to clear the defaults from Pandahome and go back to the default to fix it.
     
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    agent0014 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've now had it with a new phone and GDE... so it looks like a potential problem with ANY homescreen replacement? I wonder what's really causing it.
     
  7. Thefoodman52

    Thefoodman52 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, does the same with 91Pandahome. >.> go figure. It may be our 1.5 that's messing it up... there's nothing else like this on any of the other forums. This kinda sucks.
     
  8. njbianco

    njbianco Well-Known Member

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    I fixed this problem by using the app Wallpaper Set & Save
     
  9. Solo

    Solo Well-Known Member

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    I recently tried to use custom wall papers but the the crop feature only lets me crop the middle there for not letting me have the subtle "pan scroll" effect So tried using the concrete droid wall paper which I found on google images. So after downloading it etc. I made folder called wallpaper and now for some reason After I rebooted my phone I can know crop the entire image. Not sure if I found out by a fluke or it was just random. I'll try it on another wallpaper later. Peace.
     

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