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    Cool When the screen has changed from landscape to portrait in S60 5th,

    When the screen has changed from landscape to portrait,how should I make sure my picture displayed appropriately?

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    Re: When the screen has changed from landscape to portrait in S60 5th,

    Well you need to implement HandleResourceChangeL() function for this purpose and draw you image accordingly to the orientation .Like for 5800, you need to have a image of width 360 for portrait mode and of width 640 in landscape mode.

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    Re: When the screen has changed from landscape to portrait in S60 5th,

    Quote Originally Posted by vineet.jain View Post
    Well you need to implement HandleResourceChangeL() function for this purpose and draw you image accordingly to the orientation .Like for 5800, you need to have a image of width 360 for portrait mode and of width 640 in landscape mode.
    Thank you very much.

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