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Image viewer question for someone more knowledgeable??
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sadsack
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Hi Chaps....

I just wanted to know if it was possible to create an extra folder inside the built in image viewer, I'm hoping that you guys know what I'm talking about, it's the image viewer where you can change the images shown either as a mixed stack or by sliding the little switch at the top of the screen it shows the images in a squared pattern, (so that you can see all of them).

 

Now I know that the image folder on the 10g2 holds the images, but is it possible to create another folder for your own personal images so that they show up on the same screen but next to the original image stack.

To be honest, I've just typed this and even I'm confused now..... lol ...  but I'm hoping someone might be able to give me an answer.

 

also Why cant you change that bloody analog clock to a digital one, (I know you can, but I dont want an alarm clock). I'm wondering if this might suit my needs better.....

http://www.apktops.com/3d-digital-weather-clock-3-1-5-ad-free.html

 

Thanks chaps for any replies

sadsack

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i think i got the jist.. now as far as i am aware u cannot create a folder in the image viewer , though you could create one inside your pictures folder via the built in files application or infact any application such as astro file manager create the folder then simply move your pictures over

 

i suspect it will be easier if you plug your device int your pc, then turn on file sharing, then create a new folder then do it that way

hope this helps.

alex

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Thanks for the info Alex, I'll give it a bash....

I had a look at something Damo suggested from here.... http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/arnova-10-g2-apps-games-themes-sounds/wallpaper-size/

with your info and this post it could be just what I need.

All the best

sadsack

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