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    Diashow shows photo 50% size

    When I'm using myRemote it works very nice
    I'm from my beginning (2,5 years ago) struggling with the size of the photographs showed on the tv-screen
    When i show one photo after the other, the photo fills the screen completely
    When change to diashow-mode then the size of the photo's change to 50% (50% lenght and 50% height);
    so there is ABSOLUTE NO FUN showing with the diashow mode!!

    Long ago i had mailed over this problem (to jointspace i believe), but never received a reaction

    Have other user's the same problem?? can it be resolved???

    (My tv is Philips LCD-37pfl9604h , i use my app and from iopd or ipad 2)

    thanks for any resolution
    Frits Farinaux, Riotterdam
    Last edited by farinaux; 11-21-2012 at 04:23 PM. Reason: not correct typing

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