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Topic # 7991 26-May-2006 15:08
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Hi folks,

I am a new proud owner of an SP5, having carried around the brick of a PDA2K until its recent untimely demise.

I have installed SBSH Facade and loving it. There's one slight issue though - every background image I installed (all at 240x320) was never displayed correctly. The image looked horribly grainy and it didn't fill the whole screen. There's a blank strip around between 5 to 10 pixels high at the bottom of the screen, just above the bottom bar.

I have no idea of this is an issue with SBSH or just imate in general. Has anyone else encountered this problem before? Any ideas for fixes?

Cheers,
Dany.

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  Reply # 36729 26-May-2006 15:23
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Alright...I know it's bad to reply to your own post but this is just an update.

I just noticed this is not an SBSH thing. I have removed it and the problem remains.

D.

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  Reply # 36732 26-May-2006 15:42
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<Sigh> This is DEFINITELY a Friday! I've done this three times already, one on the .NET mailinglist...

I've answered my own question. The reason was the sample XML file for Facade's home screen missed out the target-height and target-width attributes.

All fixed now...

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 36734 26-May-2006 15:55
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Well, good to know it's working, and having this documented will help someone else in the future...




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