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Are you accessing Facebook via desktop/laptop, or a mobile/touch device?
Desktop: right-click on the image, then Save to your desktop out default location. Compose the new email or reply to the original. Click the Add Attachment (paperclip?) And select your recently saved image.
Mobile: Long-press on the image in Facebook/Facebook App, then Save Image. Compose/reply using your email App, then add Attachment, locating the image in your Gallery>Downloads folder.
The best way to adjust the screen is to adjust the screen resolution until you get a correctly proportioned image. First display an image such as a square or a circle on the screen. Go to Control panel - Display - Settings tab and start with 1024 X 768 screen resolution adjustment click Apply and the check your image. Repeat the adjust screen resolution select the next highest screen resolution setting, repeat thia process until you get the best image.
black screen blur image showingcannot see subject to be photographed when camera power on,if press to take photo nothing shows, just black screen. it was fine one minute then nothing the next. battery is fully charged, memory card ok.
Not really. Most cameras, including the P90, are designed not to show images not captured on that device (or at least the same model device). If it's a paper map, you could always try to photograph it. Photographing something off a computer screen is a little harder.
Strange. Are you sure it's the TiVo at fault? I'm thinking when you turn off the unit and back on again you're actually forcing your TV/Monitor into the correct input. When it next goes into black and white, try selecting different TV AV inputs, normally a square or circle with an arrow in it on the remote control. If this fixes it, I'd suggest that you have another piece of equipment connected to your TV that's fighting for control.
Do the pics show when you press the playback button? Does the menu display? If the display works, then check the menus to see whether image review got turned off. If the display doesn't work, it needs to be repaired/replaced.
Try playing back pictures you know were captured properly ( either with another properly working camera or with your camera before the problem with quality has appeared ). If the image is ok in playback but 'noisy' in capture mode then the CCD sensor is faulty /on its way out. Ask Canon if they repair CCD faults on this model free of charge.
Picked up this monitor about half a year ago, a Viewsonic A91f+, and have been having some issues for a while now concerning what appears to be shifting in the monitor image, but that is about the best I can describe it as.
It is most noticable when a large dark area meets a light area, like text or window edges. This "shifting" only occurs on the right side of objects and seems to show most often after I switch resolutions more than a few times, usualy due to gaming. Ive also noticed it happening from running random programs that dont require resolution changing/flickers but this happens FAR less often.
-photograph of the effect-
As you can see, its pretty subtle on a darker background, but Ive had no luck carturing it on a light one. Anyone have any idea as to what is occuring on this monitor and how it could possibly be fixed?
Possibly an issue with magnets? For a while, I did have a small headset hanging off the the monitor on the side that the images "shift" towards, but even taking those off and away havent fixed it.
Currently the only fix I have found for this is to shut my monitor off for 5-30 minutes, depending on how bad the "shifting" is when I find a time break long enough to fix it.