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    Hello stackers... been a while. I was wondering if there is any way to resize pictures from internet or thumbnails to fit as fullscreen on my 8310.. Is it just a picture editing software or is there one that anybody recommends. and perhaps some one would be so kind to let me in on the pic size of the 8310. Thnx in advance
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    The screen size is 320x240 and you can use a wallpaper maker for it like this one

    http://wallpapers.crackberry.com/wallpaper/maker
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    I don't know of a way on your blackberry but you can resize the image by using a program on your computer like Photoshop or event Paint. The size is 320X240. If using a program like Photoshop you can simply re size the image by going under the edit menu and clicking on image size and change it to 320x240. If using paint you have to use the first tool on the toolbar and highlight the entire picture and change it to the size you need which is displayed in the bottom right hand corner of the Paint window. Then go to the edit menu and click on attributes and change the size to 320X240. I hope this helps you out.

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    hey thnx T_Bone. Is there a way to fox it from looking so grainy

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    thnx requiemx55.. But it is real grainy I am downloading a thumbnail off the internet if that helps any
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    I don't know any more than they do, the grainy part is a problem...

    Look for some programs.



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    Thumb nails are to small to try to resize and if you try to resize by streching them out in photoshop, they will come out streched looking or grainy like you said. What you want to do is find an image that is closer to the 320x240 size or bigger. The wallpaper maker is a good tool as well.

    If you want some wallpapers that are aleady sized, then try zedge.net.. They have quite a few.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrob6 View Post
    thnx requiemx55.. But it is real grainy I am downloading a thumbnail off the internet if that helps any
    Did you try clicking on the thumbnail while on the internet site and see if it brings you to the webpage? There is an option at the top that says click for full image. There you can click on the full size and save that image.

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    thnx everyone I will give it a try

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrob6 View Post
    thnx everyone I will give it a try
    Try capture it.this might do the job for you.

    http://www.thetechmogul.com/CaptureIt/CaptureIt.jad
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrob6 View Post
    Hello stackers... been a while. I was wondering if there is any way to resize pictures from internet or thumbnails to fit as fullscreen on my 8310.. Is it just a picture editing software or is there one that anybody recommends. and perhaps some one would be so kind to let me in on the pic size of the 8310. Thnx in advance
    This is the great site that I use to resize jpegs and it's free: www.wallpaper.hellaphone.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by calm_tiger View Post
    This is the great site that I use to resize jpegs and it's free: www.wallpaper.hellaphone.com/
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    Is it updated for the new devices? I use the crackberry wallpaper maker because it has updated for the new BB's.
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    Yep, it includes the BOLD and STORM. I don't think it has the 8900 yet. All you have to do is request it. They didn't have the BOLD last year until I requested it with others I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxmatts View Post
    Is it updated for the new devices? I use the crackberry wallpaper maker because it has updated for the new BB's.
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    I was mistaken it does, as a matter of fact, also include the 8900 also

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    When finding walls always think big and resize down to 320x240, makes for much clearer images. I use gimp to resize and also Able Batch Converter, but mostly gimp. there's alot of great apps out to make this pleasant

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