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Viewing my Photo's.


kenny55
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Can anybody explain why when i just want to view my photo's they show normal size followed by a smaller version? Also where is the spell checker. Thanks

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chub_tor

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How are you viewing your photos? Is it via the Windows 8 App or via Explorer on the Desktop?

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Hi, Windows 8 app.

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kenny55

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hi, this is not resolved, pressed the resolve button by mistake. Any advise would be appreciated. thanks carolyn

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rdave13

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You can just untick the green tick again. I only use skydrive in the photos app, but if you use these social network sites within the app, it might be normal?

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I have just looked at Setting in the Win8 Metro App and cannot see why you are getting both small and large photos. Have you looked at your Photo App settings to see which sources are being supplied to the App? Mine has only Pictures Library ticked but there is also an option to tick SkyDrive, Flickr and Facebook - perhaps they are the source of the thumbnails.

Spell checker for Photos, what relevance has this? For labeling perhaps?

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