I have a file that contains text something like this
SNAPSHOT snap-021ede4a vol-bc3f89c0 completed 2012-11-19T06:05:26+0000 100% 170495546006 850 Created by CreateImage(i-6adc0515) for ami-977dfafe from vol-bc3f89c0
TAG snapshot snap-021ede4a project PAC
TAG snapshot snap-021ede4a Name AWSVA-ADPACLD01V
TAG snapshot snap-021ede4a environment DEV
SNAPSHOT snap-02456b66 vol-c54
I have a canvas that is constantly being redrawn using a runnable. On this canvas a user can place bitmaps from a list and then drag these images around and place them as desired. I would like to give the option to snap images when in close proximity to each other but I am not sure what is the best way to go about this.
ubuntu has this window snap feature that lets a window fill half the screen when dragging it to either side so that you can have 2 windows side by side. I would like to know if it is possible to resize the snapping to a third and two thirds of the screen like in windows 8 with metro apps?
I couldn't find any information on this, i am not even sure if it is called "snap" in ubuntu.
If you’re looking for the stock Android camera experience, you might want to check out Snap Camera HDR. It’s based on the stock Android 4.2 camera with some added features and it was created by XDA forum member dzo. The goal of Snap Camera was to bring the 4.2 interface to Android 2.3+ devices.