What's the point of the horizontal rectangle box? When ever I set a background, the image in the vertical box is the only thing that ever shows up.
I am using nexus 5 and I am having trouble setting a non scrolling wallpaper. I swear I set a non scrolling wallpaper the first time around. When i selected an image it simply flashed a vertical and a horizontal crop box on my image and i could select whichever one i wanted.
Last night i decided to change my wallpaper (huge mistake) and it never showed me those options again.
I am wondering how I would approach setting wallpaper from image URL.
At the moment, I am using wallpaper manager to set the wallpaper from an ImageView.
The problem with this is that before the images gets sent to the ImageView, the image is resized and scaled down so that when the users are scrolling through the images, it will save memory and give a better image viewing experience.
I need to detect which is the clicked image in my application. I try a lot of ways of to do that. I generate Imageview objects dinamically from a Integer Array and i detect that one image is clicked but not which.
I need to put two rows of images but i need that the movement of this images be booth at the same time, not individually.
I used gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background picture-uri 'file://PathToImage' to set an image as a wallpaper. This does not do the job properly. For today's bing image, script here changes my background like this
This happens at random and sometimes it sets the wallpaper properly. Using GUI, setting the image as wallpaper by right-clicking on it works properly every time.
Whenever I select a picture from gallery to set it as a background, it shrinks (if size exceeds the device resolution). So I want to crop the selected image before setting it as a background. But somehow its not setting it as background after cropping. Must be a silly mistake I know but I'm not able to figure it out right now.