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Posts posted by jcwmoore

  1. I figured that the lower resolution images on the note itself was to allow more fluid scrolling.  But what I didn't expect is that the images would still be low resolution after tapping on them and going into full screen image mode.  Going in to "Mark up" (Skitch) does improve the quality, but by the time I zoom in, the quality is still no where near what the native gallery app is for the same image.

  2. I scanned in some pages from a book earlier today to do some study and prep for a presentation I'm giving at the end of the week.  I attached all the images into a note (tagged so I could find it) and continued with my day.  I get home and pull out my android tablet to review the stuff and use skitch to highlight and markup, but when I pull up the note I found the images and text within to be somewhere between barely and not legible.  I'm not talking about view the image in the actual note, I'm talking about after i touch the image and the full screen image view opens up.  I would expect the images to be of low quality in the note viewer on android because that is how it is on the desktop.  In order to read any of the text i have to open the image and zoom in, so I expect the same on the mobile versions.  Before posting I checked google and found this post, 28226-pics-are-shown-in-low-resolution-in-native-android-app/, I don't really want to save the images into a PDF because the documents that I scanned are filled with charts and graphics and I value the ability to scroll through the note and see them at a glance.   Any suggestions as to how (or if) I can tell the app to download the full images? I've attached screen shots of the note/image in question from a desktop client and the android client, zooming on both was necessary to read the text.




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