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Old 10-11-2011, 05:47 PM   #32
tomsem
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Originally Posted by jswinden View Post
Here is what I wrote: "Pictures display best when they are smaller than 600 x 800 pixels. A picture width of 520 x 640 displays well. If you Enable Full Screen Mode from the Menu, then 600 x 800 pixel images will work. It is a bit flaky, but if you page through a few images it seems to clear up any issues and then displays them okay."

I attached a screen capture of the menu. I cannot see how to pan and/or zoom, but I have not played with it much. After all, viewing pictures on an E Ink device is pretty lame IMO.

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Thanks for the screen capture, the Menu looks the same as before.

There were also options tied to the Aa key before, but looks like those are inaccessible. I think pictures larger than 800x600 will be scaled to fit, the only question is if you can zoom & pan with the more limited keyboard. Of course if you can't zoom, there's no point in having the images larger than 800x600, even if they scale to fit.

If you can bring up the virtual keyboard, however, perhaps the keyboard shortcuts still work:
'f' toggles full screen mode
'r' rotates image 1/4 turn CCW and then back
'q' zooms in (when not in Actual Size mode)
'w' zooms out (")
'e' reset zoom (")
'c' toggles 'Actual Size' mode (displays at 100%)

Presumably the 5way pans as before when you are zoomed in.

Alt+G used to refreshes the pixels and removes 'ghosting' in the image viewer in image viewer, I don't remember the K4 shortcut equivalent mentioned in this thread, but that should work.
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