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Topic # 89609 6-Sep-2011 08:40
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Hey guys,

Have had the HTC Sensation since it launched, amazing phone, love it... pretty much the best phone I've ever used,

My only gripe with it is, the pictures.. the newest are at the bottom, so everytime you want to Facebook or Email a picture.. you have to scroll down to the bottom...

Any ideas or ways to change this?

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  Reply # 517282 6-Sep-2011 08:47
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are you talking about in the Gallery application?

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  Reply # 517314 6-Sep-2011 09:33
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Yeah, or anything that works via the Gallery App..

I.e. Uploading pictures to Facebook via the Facebook app, Then select Photo > Gallery > Camera Shots > Oldest photos are at the top...

I'd love to re-arrange it so oldest photos are at the bottom, makes more sense to me...

The Samsung Galaxy for example has the newest photos at the start

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  Reply # 517325 6-Sep-2011 09:46
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Try the gallery app QuickPic see if that works better for you. You should be able to select it when uploading to Facebook etc

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  Reply # 517708 6-Sep-2011 18:56
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I smell a new mod coming lol

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  Reply # 518248 7-Sep-2011 19:23
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QuickPic is much better than the stock app +1 to that suggestion (I think nearly every experienced Android user will second that recommendation).

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  Reply # 519402 10-Sep-2011 22:47
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I agree would make life a lot easier with the newer photos at the top, i take a lot of snaps and it gets annoying scrolling. CdT would be awesome if you could put this in your next rom

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