ImageView.SetImageUri

by yves...@gmail.com » Sat, 14 Mar 2009 02:11:46 GMT


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 I want to display some pictures like the "Picture" app does, display
them in a thumbnail mode. Some of the pictures are big, like
2100X2800, so, when I called SetImageUri, nothing happened. And then I
resized those pictures to a smaller size, like 210 X 280, and the
SetImageUri does show the images now.

I read from other posts saying this might be related to the emulator,
but when I use the picture inside of emulator, these pictures could be
shown. Any ideas?


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