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Support Photo frame widget issue

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by g4rvd4, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. g4rvd4

    g4rvd4 Well-Known Member
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    Hi,
    I've noticed what appears to be a bug. In both the 'photo frame' and 'picture frame' widgets that cone with the phone, of I try showing a picture of high resolution then only a part of the picture is shown in the frame.
    Is anyone else experiencing this?
     

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  2. CarsnGadgets

    CarsnGadgets Well-Known Member
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    appears to be a what? sorry dont understand.
     
  3. g4rvd4

    g4rvd4 Well-Known Member
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    Edited. Sorry, typo. I meant bug.
    Oh by the way, the same thing seems to happen if I try to set a high res image as wallpaper. Only a corner of the image is set as wallpaper.
    Is anybody else experiencing this issue?
     
  4. Smokinjoe18

    Smokinjoe18 Active Member
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    I believe it's not an isolated issue it's just the way they are shown as the background/picture frame is a certain pixel dimension the picture/photo you are trying to use is larger and it can only show the specific size. P.s same here on my phone.
     
  5. g4rvd4

    g4rvd4 Well-Known Member
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    Thanks for confirming. But before you set a pic as wallpaper or in a frame, you get a rectangle to choose what portion of the pic is to be shown. I guess that part of the app doesn't work well.
     
  6. Smokinjoe18

    Smokinjoe18 Active Member
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    Yeah the rectangle is giving you you the max pixel size that can be shown but I agree very poor you can reduce the rectangle to show an up-scaled image but you cannot select the whole image (if larger) to be scaled down to fit.
     
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