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Old 04-25-2007, 02:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We recently released Version 3 of our Image Manager Software for BlackBerry. Ascendo Photos allows you to transfer images from your desktop, display Slide Shows, Screensavers, set Home Screen & more.

Skip to description of V3.1 updates.

We have added many features that users have been requesting including:
- Automatic discovery of images on your Windows PC.
- Image display as thumbnails, drag and drop to BlackBerry emulator.
- Automatic image positioning using Best Fit & Fit to Screen.
- Transfer several images to BlackBerry at once (batch load) using USB cable or Bluetooth.
- Additional image editing tools like rotate, brightness, contrast.
- Ability to set Private flag to password protect certain images and directories.

We have also improved many features that have made Ascendo Photos a best seller.
- Add, Edit or Delete multiple Photo Galleries. Move image from one Gallery to another.
- Choose from 100 icons to display next to Gallery names.
- Display Slideshows with several transitions.
- Set Screensavers that automatically initiate after user defined inactivity delay.
- Zoom in and out, reposition images.
- Send images by email.

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Impressed with your software, not with your support. I downloaded the trial and it seems to work very well but when I emailed a question to support two days ago, I have yet to hear a reply.

As good as a product is, decent support should be part of it. That said, it doesn't appear that AP supports media cards other than being able to save a copy of a photo onto a card for use with BB's built-in Media Player.

Any plans in the future to be able to use the desktop component to upload directly to the media card and use the BB component to view them?
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...it doesn't appear that AP supports media cards other than being able to save a copy of a photo onto a card for use with BB's built-in Media Player.

Any plans in the future to be able to use the desktop component to upload directly to the media card and use the BB component to view them?
Hi Larry,

As discussed in our email exchange, RIM only recently gave developers access to APIs for managing the SD card and we are trying our best to take full advantage of them. Your suggestion is a very good one and we are looking into providing this feature in future versions.

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Marc - I guess my original email to you guys got lost in the ether. Since then your communications with me have been great.That's what it's about... Great software and great support. Thanks for being a champ.
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Default Version 3.1 Updates

Here is a list of things that we added or improved in Version 3.1 of Ascendo Photos.
  • Added ability to set background colors for images. Useful for eliminating white space when images are smaller than screen.
  • Added "Change Gallery" menu option to move an image from one Gallery to another.
  • Corrected implementation of Private Image feature so that if user checks off the Private box, the images will not be displayed during slide shows.
  • Decreased minimum Delay between Slide Show images to 2 seconds.
  • Added field headers to image List View.
  • Improved automatic image resize so that user can specify Best Fit, Fit to Screen or Actual size before image is displayed in emulator.
  • Changed default setting for rotation step to 90.
  • Fixed track wheel/ball scroll through full screen images.
  • Added "Send Several Pictures to Device" (batch load) feature to File menu.
  • Corrected Rotate Clock-Wise and Counter-Clock-Wise icon arrows.
  • Several improvements to menu option names and screen labels.
  • Added key stoke alternatives to track ball when moving between image in full screen view. Click on SPACE, N or B to display next image, P or O for previous image, and ENTER to quit full screen view.
  • Transferring photo to BlackBerry sets backlight timeout to 20 seconds so that screen doesn't power down before transfer is complete.
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