Saturday, July 25, 2009

iPM (interactive Photo Manager)

Posted on 14:23 by SlipKoRnSaad

Interactve Photo manager is for mobile phones which uses multi-touch alternative.


- s60 5th - ActionScript Media Management Service API used for getting PathAndFileName
- latest FL needed (version 3.1)
- latest firmware V21.0.025 / v30.0.011

some content error may occur - for avoiding any "content error" please run the nokia galery (which will make all the thumbs for your photos)

participating to

key features:

-multi-touch alternative for single-touch mobile devices (zoom/rotate/pan controls)
-chaos order (thumbs allover the screen, like a pile of real photos thrown on a table)
-photo grouping (make groups, add/remove photos to groups)
-kinetic movements
-autoscroll when drag photos
-autosave custom arrangement (groups and photo arrangements)
-only photos loaded (from folder images/camera)


-drag photos, drag to margins of the screen to pan while dragging
-press the group button and then draw an area witch includes the photos you want to group; then name your group
-drag photos over a group to add them to a group
-enter a group by press&holding on a group icon (it will zoom in and eventualy enters the group)
-remove photos from group (press the ungroup button when in a group, and then pick photos, when finished press again the ungrup button to toggle of ungrouping)
-press delete button to delete photos (physicaly or logicaly)
-press&hold on a photo to zoomin and view; enters zoom/rotate/pan controls (the zoom/rotate/pan button activates automaticaly)
-when in zoom/rotate/pan mode, double tap to set an control point for zoom/rotate, then drag photo from another point to zoom/rotate; single tap the photo to go to pan mode

(recomanded to enter zoom/rotate controls with press/release/press/drag when double tap(press/release/press/release) is bugy and might not work afther first doube tap)

Drawbacks (not related with flashLite programming):

-the thumbs are not made from the aplications, have to run gallery to make the thumbs for us...
-not use of sensor data (as a document run it pops-up the confirming dialog, and is rather useless because of the rotate/zoom controls)
-no copy protection yet (will make one with activate online SN/IMEI encription)

According to author : it works on nokia 5800 with all updates (flash lite 3.1 and firmware v21.0.025) and doesn't work on N97

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