I have burned 4 different copies of 13.10 to DVDs and, when I run the live DVD, to try it, I get gibberish on the bottom half of my screen (black on top half). These copies were downloaded and burned at different times either in Windows 7 or in Ubuntu 12.04. The gibberish has occurred all four times.
i'm developing an android app with a webview, inside this webview i have an iframe at bottom of the page with height size of half of my device screen.
This works perfectly on android 3 and 4.x devices but on android 2.x the iframe is render at top of page.
My iframe contains a slideshow of photos using jquery and contents of iframe is getted from remote server.
I want to desing a rotary half wheel menu on android with eclipse. I have a full wheel image and I want to place it to the bottom of screen. I must place that full wheel's midpoint on the bottom of screen for obtaining half wheel menu. I have tried that code on xml
When I receive an incoming call on my phone, the top third of the screen shows the callers picture. However, the bottom part of the image is cut in half and not scaled to fit the area. The area below this point is all black with just a picture of a phone in a circle at the bottom half of the screen.
I noticed that when I go into expanded desktop mode on Pa beta8v2 there is a black bar at the bottom of the screen. It kinda cuts off at the middle of the icons and was wondering if there is a way to make the wallpaper go all the way down. Thanks in advance
This script is awesome. I modified it to allow re-sizing the current window to top half, bottom half, and top-left, top-right, bottom-left, and bottom-right. Let me know if anyone wants a copy. I don't know anything about using GIT so not sure how to get it on there...
right, i managed to get 11.04 into a usable condition on my netbook, usable being the operative word.
I had graphics driver issues that meant rebooting if i wanted to watch video in full screen, after closing the lid. and occasionally windows would just break up into what i can only describe as digital noise.