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Discussion in 'Android Themes' started by Ben, Oct 27, 2008.

  1. Ben

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    how do you shrink pictures to fit your phone better as a wall paper???
     

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    I download high quality images in .png format then resize them online using picnik.com
     
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    Brilliant! I love that webapp!

    Did you install the Firefox extension for it too?
     
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    i didnt know there was one!!! Thanks!
     
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    Use a photo editing program such as "legal" version of PhotoShop CS3... and [Edit Image Size] to exactly fit your background to...
    ___ 640px by 480px .. hope that helps, I have great clarity on my wallpapers.
     
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    What him said!

    I prefer paint.net for little things such as that if you're in Windows. Will need .net framework from Windows Updates though. Otherwise Gimp will work well, Windows or Linux.
     
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    U can resize it on PS.
     
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    There is an app you can download from Faststone that is free, legal and an excellent view, resize and (minor) manipulation utility. I've used various versions for years and it works very well. There are several other photo utilities as well.

    Regards,
     

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