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Postby Russ » Wed May 12, 2010 6:16 am

When I send a vertical image the top and bottom of the image get cropped. The small thumbnail shows the whole image though. I'm using a Lumix LX3 with today's version. Older version had same issue so not a new bug.
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Re: Bug reports area

Postby TheBrew » Wed May 12, 2010 1:38 pm

If you pinch the picture, does the missing parts show? (Is the image just zoomed a liiitle too much)

If you tap the picture once, to show the complete picture without navigationbars, do you see the whole picture?
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Re: Bug reports area

Postby Russ » Thu May 13, 2010 1:07 am

Pinching and double tapping don't fix it. Even while zoomed in only part of the image is available. I could email you an image.
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Re: Bug reports area

Postby Ranger 9 » Thu May 13, 2010 3:42 am

Russ wrote:Pinching and double tapping don't fix it. Even while zoomed in only part of the image is available. I could email you an image.


I just noticed the same issue (and posted about it in the WARNING thread.)

I'm using a Lumix G1. Do you suppose this could be Panasonic-specific (e.g. ShutterSnitch not reading the orientation flag correctly?) Guess I need to go fire up the Nikon and shoot some verticals and see what happens...

UPDATE: Shots with Nikon sent by WT-4 do the same thing -- verticals are cropped to horizontal format. So I guess it's not Panasonic-specific...

FURTHER UPDATE: Now that I finally figured out that the ".cache" files are the ShutterSnitch previews and the ".jpg" files are the originals, I can see that the .jpg files are NOT cropped -- it's only the ShutterSnitch previews that are being cropped.

There doesn't seem to be a way to turn off the auto-orientation flag on the Lumix. Anyone else able to try that experiment?
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Re: Bug reports area

Postby Russ » Thu May 13, 2010 3:56 am

Just tried with my Canon 1d mk iii and see same problem when I have the auto rotate option on and shoot a vertical.
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And another thing...

Postby Ranger 9 » Thu May 13, 2010 4:15 am

I hope we're not going to get TheBrew too discouraged with all these! But...

When I start a session using an Eye-Fi card, I often get a warning dialog saying "An Eye-Fi card is trying to connect but it doesn't seem to like your authentication key."

The images transmit anyway, even while the dialog box is still on the screen, or I can click the "Okay" button and everything proceeds normally. So I assume it's just a spurious warning... still, thought you might like to know about it.
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Re: Bug reports area

Postby Russ » Thu May 13, 2010 6:36 am

Yes, I see the same auth warning but the image transfers ok. Wonder if the first attempt fails then a retry works. It does seem to take a bit of time to do the first transfer so maybe a bug fix here that also improves response time.
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Re: And another thing...

Postby TheBrew » Fri May 14, 2010 7:18 pm

Ranger 9 wrote:I hope we're not going to get TheBrew too discouraged with all these! But...

When I start a session using an Eye-Fi card, I often get a warning dialog saying "An Eye-Fi card is trying to connect but it doesn't seem to like your authentication key."

The images transmit anyway, even while the dialog box is still on the screen, or I can click the "Okay" button and everything proceeds normally. So I assume it's just a spurious warning... still, thought you might like to know about it.


Thanks a lot Ranger - you just helped me with half of the bug-hunting there :) Can you send me an original jpeg that will be cropped incorrectly? Then I can test with that and get the bug squashed!

Also - yes.. So irritating with that authentication alert.. A timeout problem I guess. Version 1.1.3 has been in review since yesterday and will fix this issue. Let's hope it's approved quickly.

I've decided to put feature additions on hold for a little while, and concentrate on tracking down every bug I can find / hear about. There seems to be a bug either with the way I use the FTP server component or with the FTP server itself. A socket problem that occurs randomly.. Very very strange bug.
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Re: And another thing...

Postby Ranger 9 » Sun May 16, 2010 1:38 am

TheBrew wrote:Thanks a lot Ranger - you just helped me with half of the bug-hunting there :) Can you send me an original jpeg that will be cropped incorrectly? Then I can test with that and get the bug squashed!


Yup, just shot a test image and will email it now...
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Re: Bug reports area

Postby TheBrew » Mon May 17, 2010 8:15 pm

Just a little update: This one's fixed in version 1.1.4.
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