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Imageview optimized dimensions

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Imageview optimized dimensions

Postby Raffaele Chiocca » Fri Jul 13, 2012 12:08 pm

Hi, in my app i use the user's touch to change the image of an image view, the problem is that when the resolution of this image is 800x800 changing the image is very slow, when the resolution is lower(600x600) it changes the image but the antecedent still remains!! do you know what can i do for solving this problem? thanks to all
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