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  1. #1
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    there must be explicit themes for each resolutions?

    or the s60 know how to scale a theme?

    i'm thinking @ nokia 5500 s60 phone with resolution 208x208

    'cause and i notice that the 208x208 is not listed in the carbide.ui resolution dropDown

  2. #2
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    Re: there must be explicit themes for each resolutions?

    If you have theme with scalable icons, the icons will scale to the needed size. As scalable icons user vector graphics (SVG), the image should not be distorted...

  3. #3
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    Re: there must be explicit themes for each resolutions?

    Please download and try new version of Carbide.ui (3.1.1). There is also preview for the resolution 208x208.

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    Re: there must be explicit themes for each resolutions?

    "the image should not be distorted..", At least what I have seen with SVG images and themes is that they are scaled without preserving the original ratio, thus they indeed will get distorted, also 5500, also cuts some parts annoyingly.

    yucca

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