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    Wallpaper FAQ

    This section is for series 40 & 60 wallpapers. From my experience the best filing to use is JPEG with low or medium resolution because it doesn't use as much memory on your phone. Keep in mind that the pixel sizes differ between models. Series 40 (5100, 6100,6200, 6220, 3510i, 6800, 7210, 7250) all go by 128 x 128 in pixels. Series 60 (3650, 7650) go by 176 x 208 pixels.

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    I've notice that most pictures saved from Photoshop is over 7kb with low or medium quality.
    There is one solution that I've find useful in reducing the file size.
    That is open the rendered JPEG from Photoshop into Microsoft Paint and save it again,
    after that most of your pictures are 4kb and under.
    I hopes that helps

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    Thanks for the tip Adam!!!

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    Thumbs up 3510i Pics

    I've found that using wallpapers of 128 by 128 will not show correctly (full screen) on the 3510i.

    If you resize them to Width 96, Height 65 you can get them full screen.

    Hope this helps.
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    minor addition,the 8910i is under the 95x65 picture size.
    Achtung baby.. Tonight we play it my way !!!

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    i cant even get my images to become wallpapers am i suppose to save them in a certain place. How come im never given the option to make the image my wallpaper. oh i have 3650 by the way

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    it's really easy to email yourself these pics thru www.nowmms.com

    much easier than trying to transfer by cable or whatever

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    about 95% of the images i save are below the 7k mark Adam. I don't know what your level of knowledge with Photoshop is so I don't mean to sound like Im talking to a newbie.. But you do know that there's a slider on the right of the save screen ( when you go to Save a Copy As ) that adjusts the optimization level to get it where you want.

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    Photoshop gives you a few different methods of saving an image as a jpg. The one that yields the smallest file size is the Save For Web option.

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    Re: Wallpaper FAQ

    Originally posted by Darla
    This section is for series 40 & 60 wallpapers. From my experience the best filing to use is JPEG with low or medium resolution because it doesn't use as much memory on your phone. Keep in mind that the pixel sizes differ between models. Series 40 (5100, 6100,6200, 6220, 3510i, 6800, 7210, 7250) all go by 128 x 128 in pixels. Series 60 (3650, 7650) go by 176 x 208 pixels.
    You're wrong.

    It's 176 x 134 for Series 60

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    If you don't have cable, IR og BT, try www.euploader.com for transferring your wallpapers (or whatever files you want to transfer).
    It's free - requires wap...

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    about 95% of the images i save are below the 7k mark Adam. I don't know what your level of knowledge with Photoshop is so I don't mean to sound like Im talking to a newbie.. But you do know that there's a slider on the right of the save screen ( when you go to Save a Copy As ) that adjusts the optimization level to get it where you want.
    Also to add on, when saving from MS Paint, the JPEG quality is horrible. and when saving to a GIF format, it doesn't give you the choice to save primary colors, it just saves it with a standard universal 256 color format, in Photoshop you can save primary colors. What I do is I make my background in Xara X, then save it as a BMP, open it in Photoshop, and save it as a GIF that probably has he same quality, just smaller.

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    check out my website


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    nice site...like the flash intro...can I have permission to add some of the wallpapers to my WAP site?

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    Originally posted by jimboscomp
    nice site...like the flash intro...can I have permission to add some of the wallpapers to my WAP site?

    yeah sure... but first let me know what site u have... and put a link of my website to your wallpaper pages also.

    thanx
    peace

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