Sakura limitation for image viewing

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by nicklessguy, Feb 23, 2009.

Feb 23, 2009
  1. nicklessguy
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    Member nicklessguy GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi there!

    I have quite a few big JPGs in my card, with maps from my town and the ones nearby, they obviously won't fit entirely in DS ram memory.

    I use moonshell to open them because it got a real time buffering system, so when you slide to another area, it buffers from the card and shows the requested section.

    However in M3 Sakura, it scales down the image, so it can be shown entirely, and it prevents me from seeing details, like street names. If i zoom in, it gets very blocky.

    Anyone knows a possible solution for it, or am i stuck with having moonshell on the card just because of it?
     
  2. thedicemaster

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    did you try the touchpod media viewer?
     
  3. strata8

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    When you're viewing your image, press SELECT. There should be some sort of scaling option in the menu that slides over.
     
  4. nicklessguy
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    Thanks a real lot, it worked better than i thought!

    Didn't notice there was a menu accessible with SELECT.

    There is an "auto-fit large jpgs" option there, i just unchecked it and now it shows properly and i can't even notice the buffering (in moonshel it took ages to read other sections of really big images when i moved quickly through them).

    I guess it's finally bye bye moonshel.
    Sakura rocks too much!
     

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